Painless Performance Newswire
    The new Trail Rocker system is the best way to control accessories on your late model JK Jeep. The bolt-in system features a dash mounted switch panel that will control the operation of up to eight different circuits! 

  Jeeps have always been based around having fun on and off the road. They also provide their owners with a mechanical canvass to build and modify their Jeep with aftermarket accessories to fit their use and style. In fact, most Wranglers receive some sort of accessory within the first couple months of ownership! 

  The switch assembly of the Trail Rocker fits like it came from the Jeep factory!

  We're making it easy to wire and control up to eight accessories on the popular JK Wrangler with our new Trail Rocker system. This kit is pre-wired and features a switch panel with five LED rocker switches that mount in the factory dash for a clean, OEM look.

  The heart of this kit, the power center, is a water resistant housing that mounts securely under the hood. It holds eight 30 amp fuses and relays to safely and reliably control a number of popular Jeep accessories. The system is pre-wired and connects independently of the factory electronics so there is no question about factory warranties. More information on the Trail Rocker is coming soon!

  Finish your wiring project right with a FREE PowerBraid kit when you purchase a new chassis or EFI harness! 

  Want to secure your wiring and make it look great while saving a couple hundred bucks? We're offering a Free PowerBraid kit with the purchase of any chassis or EFI harness!

  The PowerBraid promotion is for consumer purchases and runs through December 31st. The retail outlet that you buy the Harness from will supply the PowerBraid Kit, or you can go to our website to fill out an online form.

  Each PowerBraid Kit is supplied with a variety of lengths and diameters of our durable, woven material. Each loom section is laterally split allowing easy installation over your new wiring harness (and even existing wiring). This provides great protection and outstanding looks under the hood and throughout the car. Contact your Painless dealer for more information!

  Could you imagine winning a Shelby GT500 Mustang? How about two - a '69 and a '14! You have the chance by helping an incredible organization, the New Beginning Children's Homes.
  Painless Performance is excited to be a part of the 2014 Mustang Dream Giveaway that benefits the New Beginning Children's Homes group. The NBCH, the sole sponsor of this give-away, is a provider of long-term residential care giving foster children a safe, family environment to heal, grow and be loved. We wanted to share the opportunity to win two Shelby GT500s, a 1969 and a 2014 while supporting an outstanding cause!

  Entry to the drawing ends December 30, 2014. For more information and to enter, go to Dream Giveaway or call 877-700-8946. It's a tremendous cause with a once in a lifetime opportunity to own two iconic cars.

Trade Show Time

  November and December are host to the two biggest trade shows of the year; SEMA and the upcoming Performance Racing Industry show. The SEMA show was held the first week of November and it was an outstanding four day event packed with incredible vehicles and products. We'll be at the PRI show Dec. 8-10 in Indianapolis (see us in booth #1738) to meet with speed shops, builders and racers. 

  The SEMA show sets the stage for manufacturers to introduce their new products and we met with many of our distribution partners and specialty shops to explain some of our new parts such as the Direct-Fit Harnesses for the '69 Camaro, '68-'69 Chevelle, Jeep Trail Rocker system and wiring solutions that you'll see more of soon.

  NASCAR legend Bobby Allison signed autographs with his new Studebaker pickup project (Painless equipped of course)!
  Gearz TV host Stacey David took the time to meet with our customers during the SEMA show.
  During the show, we had three very special people on hand to talk to customers and sign autographs. First is our friend Stacey David, the host of Mav TV's car building show Gearz. It was great to see Stacey talking to fellow builders and asking questions about their projects. Another special guest was NASCAR legend Bobby Allison! 

  Bobby has had a project in the wings for a few decades - a Studebaker pickup with a Buick Grand National engine. The truck, complete with a Painless harness, just missed the SEMA show, but he was happy to come by and sign autographs, take photos and talk to fans. Our own Miss Painless was also on hand posing with fans and signing her new posters featuring one of the nicest '59 El Caminos ever built.

  Miss Painless was posing with fans and signing her new posters. You'll see her at PRI this month!

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