10-Circuit Race Wire Harness/Panel Kit
The Painless answer to all your race car wiring needs. Kit includes a fused and relayed 10 circuit fuse block and a 6 switch contour rocker panel to control it. Circuits include: Start, Ignition, Electric Fuel Pump, Electric Water Pump, Electric Cooling Fan, Headlights/Tail Lights, and Two Accessory Relays.
The black silkscreened switch panel measures 8 in. W x 3 in. T. Also included in kit is a rear chassis for the switch panel if roll bar mount is desired.
Parts kit includes all needed crimp connectors for installation of harness and switch panel, 70 Amp Maxi fuse with holder and cover, rubber grommet, 40 amp circuit breaker for electric fan cooling relay and illustrated installation manual.
Number of Circuits: 10: (8) Fuses w/ 40 amp Relays)
Harness Length: 15 Ft. (to Accessories), 12 Ft. (to Switch Panel)
Fuse Type: Blade & Maxi Fuse
Firewall Passthrough: Grommet
Color Code Based: Universal
Circuit Designations: Printed on Wires
Wiring Harnesses for Winning Racers
Why start at square one when a complete wiring harness from Painless Performance is ready to go? The last thing you need to worry about at a race is a wiring problem. Save time to work on other parts of your racecar. Make sure it is done right with a Painless Wiring Harness.
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