PAINLESS PERFORMANCE FUSE BLOCKS

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This year Painless Performance Products is celebrating 25 years of Automotive wiring engineering and innovation products excellence. They are a leading manufacturer of automotive electrical systems, fuel injection management systems, electrical components and diesel performance products serving the classic car and truck, off-road, diesel and racing markets.

This summer they are offering a $100 Rebate with the purchase of any Painless Performance  chassis or fuel injection harness purchase  from any Painless retailer between July 15th, 2015 and Sept 30, 2015.   Details can be found at their website.

Whether you are upgrading your wiring or installing the wiring harness on your project, you may wish to consider also purchasing new fuse blocks.

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Whether you are replacing your existing fuse block or need a starting point for custom wiring, simply terminate each circuit wire and attach it to the fuse block which is pre-wired and labelled for a “painless wiring” experience.

P/N 30001 (12-circuit universal OEM style)

P/N 50101 (12-circuit compact universal Race/Pro Street – racing version of P/N 30001)

P/N 30003 (18-circuit universal)

P/N 30004 (20-circuit weatherproof)

CirKit Boss™ – CIRCUIT ISOLATING AUXILIARY FUSE BLOCKSaux-fuse-block

Protect yourself. The safe way to add electrical accessories to any vehicle is with CirKit Boss™.

Use these easy to install add-ons to relay activated fuse blocks safety instead of just tapping into an existing wire or into a spare circuit at the fuse block. They are available with both constant and ignition-hot circuit kits.  Kits include an in-line circuit breaker, relay, relay/fuse block base with preterminated harness and mounting hardware and terminals.  Protect your OEM warranty!

3-CIRCUITS:
P/N 70103 (Normal conditions. One constant hot & 2 ignition-hot circuits)
Uses one 40 amp relay.

P/N 70113 (Normal conditions. Three ignition-hot circuits)
Uses one 40 amp relay.

P/N 70114  (3-ignition-hot circuit high amperage with a maximum total amperage of 70 amps.)
Uses one 70 amp replay.

P/N 70203 (Weather resistant 1 constant-hot & 2 ignition circuits)
Includes cover for fuses. For extreme use where moisture/dust resistant is important. Mounts under hood in unprotected areas.
Uses one 40 amp relay.

P/N 70213 (Weather resistant 3-ignition-hot circuits)
Includes cover for fuses. For extreme use where moisture/dust resistant is important. Mounts under hood in unprotected areas.
Uses one 40 amp relay.

P/N 70214 (Heavy-duty weather resistant 3 ignition-hot circuits)
Includes cover for fuses. For extreme use where moisture/dust resistant is important. Mounts under hood in unprotected areas.
Uses one 70 amp relay.

7-CIRCUITS:
P/N 70107 (Three 20 Amp constant hot & four ignition hot circuits with a maximum total amperage handling of 40 Amps.)
Uses one 40 amp relay.

P/N 70117 (Seven ignition-hot circuits with a maximum total amperage handling of 80 Amps)
Uses two 40 amp relays.

P/N 70118 (Heavy-duty 7 ignition-hot circuits)
Uses two 70 amp relays.

P/N 70207 (Weather resistant 3 constant-hot & 4 ignition-hot circuits)
Includes cover for fuses.
Uses one 40 amp relay.

P/N 70217 (Weather resistant 7 ignition-hot circuits)
Includes cover for fuses.
Uses two 40 amp relays.

Weather Resistant Covers for Auxiliary Fuse Blocks:
P/N 70120 (cover for 3-circuit)
P/N 70121 (Cover for 7-circuit)

4-CIRCUIT FUSE CENTER:
P/N 30002 (Uses blade type automotive  fuses up to 30 amps)
Ideal for in-line wiring applications, i.e. trailer wiring or when adding vehicle accessories.

RELAY BLOCK KITSrelay-bank

Used for powering accessories i.e. fuel pumps, water pumps, throttle stops, fan, nitrous solenoids.
P/N 30107 (3-pack relay bank with one 40 amp circuit breaker)

P/N 30108 (6-pack relay bank with two 40 amp circuit breakers)

There are many more accessories available from Painless Performance to make your vehicle wiring as “painless” as possible. Check out their website under “Accessories” or take a look at their catalogue.

 

 

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