Monday, December 31, 2007

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-- The Powerblock Kit --
(minus the Yellow Book)

The PowerBlock

Go beyond Lucas-- Upgrade to a Relayed Switching & Advanced Wired Platform and Get All the Juice You Need!

Do yourself a Favor and Upgrade to our Powerblock harness and give your Baby a Triple Bypass-- Your Lights will be Brighter... Your Starter will have more Cranking power... Your Cylinders will Ignite stronger... Your Dash switches will last Longer, and most of all-- when you Blow a Fuse the Powerblock will show you which fuse Blew.

Travel with newfound Confidence when you install One of our Powerblock harness systems.

Up until now, the MGB or Triumph owner has had only two options for improving the electrical systems in their cars: buy an OEM replacement or one of the many aftermarket wiring systems designed for street rods or custom cars. An OEM replacement only solves some of your problems, but doesn't solve any of the original design deficencies. You're still stuck with poor lighting, slow wipers, and sluggish heater fans caused by voltage drops through the old, worn out switches. The aftermarked kits available up until now are excellent, but they are not designed for an MGB or a Triumph, nor do they solve the problems with old switches. The majority of these kits are designed to mate with the GM steering column and the GM switches that are almost universally used in street rods, not for the switches we have.

The instructions supplied with these kits (usually pictorials) are quite clear if you are using these GM style components, but if not, you will have a heck of a time trying to figure out how to mate one of these kits to your car. Typical of the instructions supplied with these kits is this excerpt: "if you are not using a GM switch, you will have to trace out your wiring to determine how to wire the switch." Huh? How much help is that?

None of them have enough relays to take the load off your OEM switches. Without the relays, corroded contacts in the switches will still have voltage drops that will leave you with dim lights and may even cause the switches to heat up enough to cause a fire. Replacing these switches is expensive and time consuming, and without reducing the loads, the switches will deteriate rapidly, setting you right back where you were.

The Cost of Replacing (5) of your OEM switches could pay for one of our Powerblock Kits!

Well, help is here! Advance Auto Wire offers our own "PowerBlock" wiring kit, made specifically for MGs and Triumphs.

Go Beyond OEM for Your Electrical Needs-- Invest in Advanced British Wiring that Exceeds Expectations!

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Checkout Our Available Wiring Kits!

Get the Only Book you will ever Need for All Lucas Equiped Classics: Lucas Decoded by Dan Masters.

Take a Peak at Rick Astley's New MG Electrical Book as Well!


At 10:11 AM, Blogger The Yacht Broker said...

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At 6:27 PM, Blogger Gog said...

What kind of turn-around do you have for kit building?

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