While building a race car, reducing weight is the name of the game. That definitely carries over to the car’s electrical system. When wiring up a race car, builders eliminate everything but the necessities and Ron Francis Wiring simplifies that process with its Bare Bonz Race Wiring System (PN BB-16; $279.95).
“What we have done with this one is to remove all the wiring you would need for wipers, lights and everything and replace it with just relays, fuses and, of course, the wiring you need to have,” Bob Steward of Ron Francis Wiring explained.
This system offers 10 circuits and is equipped with three relays and eight fuses to support the alternator, starter, distributor/coil, ignition, dash/gauges, relays and more. However, just because the kit is designed for racing, doesn’t mean you give up quality or protection.
“Our products are all warrantied and tech supported for life—the life of the car, not just the life of the purchaser,” Bob said. “As long as the car is on the road, the owner of the car has our tech support and our factory warranty on our product and the same thing applies to the race harness.”
Understandably, the racing harness was the company’s focus at The PRI Show, but we also learned that Ron Francis Wiring recently expanded its line of engine Mustang wiring harnesses to include a kit for the 2011-2014 Coyote engine.
The Ford 5.0 Coyote Telorvek Wiring Kit 2011+ (PN CY-11; $999.95) features color-coded wiring with all the sensor connections installed. It joins a Ford PCM, engine and transmission—manual or automatic. The company can even flash-tune your PCM to remove the Passive Anti-Theft System so the engine will run in another vehicle.
For more on these Ron Francis Wiring harnesses, check out the company site here.