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What’s In The Box?

Our Infinitybox 20-Circuit Kit is a universal wiring harness.  You can wire practically any street rod, resto-mod, restoration, hot rod, kit car or Pro-Touring car with it.  It gets you all of the electrical control of lights, ECU’s, starters, fans, pumps and accessories that you need plus it gets you the capability to get the latest and greatest control of your car.

The 20-Circuit Kit is a universal wiring system that includes all of the components that you need to wire your car.  It includes our MASTERCELL, two of our POWERCELLs, the primary power harnesses to connect your battery to the POWERCELLs, the primary fuses to protect these power harnesses, the output harnesses from the POWERCELLs, the input harnesses to go from your MASTERCELL to your switches and the CAN cable that connects the cells together.  The kit also includes the manual for the system and the configuration sheet that is your road map to wiring your car.

The harnesses included in the kit are universal.  They have the mating connector for our system on one end.  The other end is a pig-tail.  You run this harness to your switches or your accessories.  You cut it to length and make the connection.

This video features Jay Harris, president of Infinitybox, walking through the contents of a 20-Circuit Kit.


With the 20-Circuit Kit as your electrical foundation, you can add any of our accessories to get a powerful and functional electrical system.

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Fingernail for 2019 Infinitybox Introductory Video

Infinitybox Introductory Video

Infinitybox is excited to announce a new series of videos going through the details of our Infinitybox system.  We’ve shot them in a very simple and effective way to get the point across.  Jay Harris, the president of Infinitybox, will take you through every piece of our system.  He will also walk you through the process to wire your car with our Infinitybox system.

In this introductory video, Jay describes how our Infinitybox system works and how it is different from traditional wiring harnesses.  Until Infinitybox came onto the scene in 2009, little had changed in the way you wire a car since the Model T.  Our system revolutionized the way restorations, kit cars, resto-mods, street rods, hot rods, race cars and Pro-Touring cars were wired.  Instead of a single, central box of fuses and relays, the Infinitybox gives you separate modules that you put in the car where you need them.  The separate Infinitybox modules are connected with a simple and thin data cable.  You can watch the introductory video here.


This is the first video in the series.  There are more coming that go through each of our specific products.  Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel Infinityboxllc and click on the bell icon to get notified when we post new videos.

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BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

Custom BMW E9

Here is another great example of what our customers can do.  This car is stunning and we can honestly say that we’ve never seen another like it.  John Ward of Fuel Bespoke Design in Australia just had a great article published in Silodrome magazine.  The article covers the details of his stunning restoration of a 1970 BMW 2800CS lovingly named “Von Trapp”.  The article covers the car in detail and the pictures are awesome.  Andrew Jones shot the pictures and we heartily thank him for their use in this blog post.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

John started with a pretty rough car for this project.  It took a ton of body work, straightening and reinforcing to get the car to what you see today.  John wanted to do this car as a true restomod:  keep it original on the exterior and interior but put modern features under it.  For example, he replaced the original powerplant with a modern E46 M3 3.2 litre 330HP S54 motor and the E36 M3 5-speed manual transmission.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design.

He also wanted to use the latest and greatest for his electrical and wiring system.  He wired the car with our 20-Circuit Kit, with inMOTION, inLINK and inRESERVE.  The end product is seamless.  You can see no trace of the modern electrical system in this car.  For example, check out the trunk-mounted rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design. Wired with Infinitybox.

Shot of rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell mounted in trunk.

When the trim piece is installed in the trunk, all traces of the electrical system disappear.

BMW E9 built by John Ward of Bespoke Fuel Design. Wired with Infinitybox.

Shot showing how neatly the rear POWERCELL and inMOTION cell can be hidden.

John has a detailed build history on his website.  You can see all of the details on the building of “Vonn Trapp” by clicking this link.

You can also read the full article featured on Silodrome by clicking this link.

We want to extend thanks to John Ward at Fuel Bespoke Design, Ben Branch at Silodrome for the great article and Andrew Jones at Lens Flare Air for the awesome pictures.

Click on this link if you want to learn more about how you can use our Infinitybox system to wire you car or truck project.

Illegal Garage’s Alumacobra Switch Install

We just received a great video from a local customer building a Factory Five Roadster.  Jose G. has been building this car for a few years and he’s wiring it with our Infinitybox system.  He is installing our 20-Circuit Kit with inLINKThis link will take you to an earlier blog post covering his progress.

He has a very slick and elegant aluminum dash that has modular panels.  He can easily remove and install panels for his switches and gauges.  It would certainly make working on the dash very easy.  Jose was recently at the London Cobra show in Ohio and saw a new set of switches he wanted to integrate into his dash.  These are nice looking billet buttons and he wants to use them for his lights, fans, wipers, fuel pump and one-button start.  These buttons are from Billet Automotive Buttons in Australia.  Installing these buttons shows the simplicity and the ease of wiring your car with our Infinitybox system.

First, our MASTERCELL inputs are ground triggered.  This gives you a lot of flexibility of how you can wire your switches.  This simple diagram shows how you wire a MASTERCELL input to your switch.

MASTERCELL Input

Simple Switch Diagram

You can click on this link to get a more detailed blog post talking about wiring switches.

Another significant advantage of wiring your switches with our Infinitybox system is the fact that it takes very little current to turn on an input.  It takes less than 1 milliamp (1/1000 of an amp) to trigger an input.  That gives you the flexibility of using any switch to control the functions in your car.  With a lot of billet buttons, you have to use them to trigger a relay because they cannot handle the full load current of things like lights, starter solenoids and fans.  This is very easy with our Infinitybox system.

Since it takes so little current to turn on a MASTERCELL input, you can use very light-gauge wires between your switches and the MASTERCELL.  Our standard harnesses use 22-AWG wire.  This helps keep behind your dash clean and easy to service.

Lastly, we give you the power of advanced electrical control functions.  In the case of Jose’s car, he’s using our One-Button Start feature.  A single MASTERCELL input connected to a momentary button lets him start his car with ease.  Check out this blog post for more details on our One-Button-Start feature.

Jose just posted a great video to his YouTube channel, The Illegal Garage, showing off how he installed these billed buttons into his Cobra.  You can check it out below.


You can check out additional videos of his Factory Five Cobra build at his YouTube channel by clicking this link.

Click this link to get in touch with our team to learn more about how you can wire your car or truck with our Infinitybox system.

Finished Factory Five GTM wired with the Infinitybox System

Showing off inLINK in a Factory Five GTM

We have been working with a customer to finish the details of a Factory Five GTM build.  This car was wired with our 20-Circuit Kit, inMOTION, inRESERVE, inTOUCH NET, inVIRONMENT and inLINK.  Essentially, the car has the works.  It was originally built and wired by Shane Vacek at Vraptor Speed Works.  Izzy Dunn at Dunn Customz just finished the details on the car for the customer.

This video shows a walk around of the finished car.  It turned out great.  You can see the front POWERCELL mounted under the hood.

In this blog post, we want to feature one of the simplest accessories in the Infinitybox lineup.  That is inLINK.  inLINK gets you wireless control of your car or truck from a simple key fob.  You can turn on your lights remotely, pop your doors and trunk, and enable the Infinitybox security system.

Since your Infinitybox system is controlling the ignition, fuel pump and starter, we can easily stop someone from starting the car and driving off with it.   When you press the “lock” button on the inLINK key fob, we disable the ability to turn on the ignition, power the fuel pump and crank the starter.  Even if someone where able to get in the car with inLINK security enabled, the MASTERCELL completely blocks the ability to get the engine running.  The best part is that this is completely integrated into our Infinitybox system.  You do not need to buy a separate security or immobilizer system and integrate it into your wiring harness.

When you’re ready to drive the car, you simply press the “unlock” button on the key fob and you’re ready to go.

The owner of this car wanted door poppers.  They are using POWERCELL outputs to power a solenoid in each door.  They can push a button inside the car to pop these solenoids.  They also have buttons on the outside of the doors that let them pop the doors.  They also wanted to be able to pop the doors from buttons on the key fob.

All of this is very easy with the Infinitybox system.  Our team custom programmed the door popper outputs to pulse for 1 second.  The customer can push buttons on the key fob or use buttons on the door.  Very simple.

Here’s the coolest part of all.  The customer wanted buttons on the outside of the car to be able to pop the doors.  However, the customer does not want those buttons to work when security is enabled.  That is a very simple thing to do with our Infinitybox system.  As part of our custom programming, we set the MASTERCELL inputs to be disabled when security is on.  That way, no one can walk up to the car and open the doors unless they have the inLINK key fobs specifically programmed to that car.  The video below shows how this works.  You can see how security is enabled and disabled.  You can see how the doors can be popped from the inLINK key fobs and you can see how inLINK security disables the exterior switches.

Thanks to Izzy for sharing these pictures and videos.

Click on this link to contact our team to learn more about what our Infinitybox system can do for your build.

Supercar Blondie Test Drives Tachyon Speed

Eric Rice and his team at RASER have been getting some great press coverage for their Tachyon Speed.  This is a one-of-a-kind super car.  It’s all electric, it’s styled like a fighter jet and it can put out enough peak power to meet the needs of a small city.  Just like any other car, it needs an electrical wiring system to manage all of the functions in the car.  The RAESR team turned to Infinitybox to get the most advanced electrical system on the market to meet their customers’ needs.

The Tachyon Speed caught the eye of Alex Hirschi, aka Supercar Blondie.  Australian-born Alex is a world renown celebrity in the super car space.  She now calls Dubai her home and was recently listed as one of the top 30 most influential women in the Arab World.  Her blogs, videos and TV appearances have been viewed billions of times by aficionados of exotic and super cars.  She is an expert on all automotive thoroughbreds.  Alex made the trip out to LA to meet with the RASER team and test drive the Tachyon Speed.  She ran the car through its paces on the road.  She also had a chance to play with the touch screens and switch interfaces that are controlled by the Infinitybox system in the car.

The Supercar Blondie team posted a video showing Alex meeting with the RAESR team, touring the car and taking it on the road.  Check out the video below.

We congratulate Eric and his team for what they’ve accomplished with the Tachyon Speed.  We are proud to be a part of this car.

Our Infinitybox system was designed for any type of car, truck or race car.  You may not be building a super car but you can get the same functionality and features in your restoration, street-rod, kit car or Pro-Touring build.  Click this link to contact our team to learn more.

You can learn more about RAESR and the Tachyon Speed by clicking this link.