MOUNTING: The ‘quick release’ magnet system will hold the panel under the dash until you need to check it. Just drop it down to work on it, since there is approximately 18” of movement in the wires for ultimate flexibility. Never has servicing a fuse box been any easier!
ENGINES: We’ll make this system compatible with a Chevy, Ford, Mopar, or any other make of engine. We can build one for YOUR application.
ACCESSORIES: Wiring is included and we give you the printed feed wires to plug into the color coded connectors located in the kick panel area.
IGNITION SYSTEMS: Accepts the ignition systems of your choice: Stock/Original, MSD, Pertronics, Accel, Mallory and others. The wiring system that knows what you want to use and is easily accessible. We'll wire it for a stock points system, HEI, or any other system at no extra charge.
ALTERNATORS: RON FRANCIS WIRING supplies a minimum standard of 8 ga. wire for either stock applications, 100 amp units, or even higher amp units. We also offer 6 and 4 ga. wire for any alternator you plan to use - no extra charge. Many suppliers offer a 10 ga. (or less) alternator feed wire that cannot handle your new high output alternator.
STEERING COLUMNS: We offer a large variation of choices of steering column connectors with your original stock column or buy one from Flaming River, ididit, GM, Ford, Mopar and or your local yard.
LED USERS: There is a definite COST SAVINGS for LED users with our ‘LED-Ready’ flasher system that requires only one special flasher when LED lamps are used either front or rear. Why? See below..*
• 24 fuses - You won't run out
• 4 are Select-A-CircuitTM - choose ignition or battery fed circuits by moving the fuse in the slot
• Horn relay included
• Electric fuel pump relay included (or other use up to 20 amps)
• Quickly attach 4 more relays from other systems or from our catalog. (total of 7) Pre-wired ignition feeds for them
• Cost Savings for LED user
*LED bulb replacements offered for any application draw less current then a regular incandescent bulb normally used. Since the traditional "can" flashers require a couple amps draw to flash, your system will now require a special low amperage flasher which can vary in price dramatically. Make sure if you have a combination of LED's and regular turn signal bulbs in the front or pull a trailer, you'll need a high quality unit that can handle this combination.
To determine which plugs you have on your steering column, go to the REFERENCES Department (left menu) to see our Steering Column Plug reference chart.
To determine which plug(s) you have on your Alternator,go to the REFERENCES Department (left menu) to see our Alternator Reference Chart.