The 2013 Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show‘s Education & Training Program will feature seven seminars focusing on electrical and wiring products and installation.
The seminars will be presented over a two-day period, March 14-15, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
Thursday, March 14, will include six electrical-themed seminars, starting at 8:30 a.m. when Ron Francis Wiring presents its seminar on how to plan a wiring project from start to finish.
The seminar will discuss how to properly plan and install an electrical system into a vehicle, and will provide answers to some of the most common wiring problems. In addition, the company’s experts will also discuss fuel injection and tech tips.
At the same time, VDO Instrumentation (Continental Corporation) will present “Instrumentation Installation,” which will cover how to install gauges and other instruments into your customers’ cars.
The seminar will also go over wiring tech and basic troubleshooting.
During Session 4, from 1:00-2:00 p.m., American Autowire will discuss how to choose the right wiring solution for a project car.
The company’s wiring experts will provide attendees with information to help them select the correct wiring solution for any build or restoration.
Classic Instruments will also be presenting an electrical-themed seminar during Session 4.
The company’s seminar will take a deeper look into Classic Instruments’ new products and technologies.
Topics to be discussed include how to personalize instrumentation and all of the company’s new innovations.
During Session 6, from 3:30-4:30 p.m., Dakota Digital will present “Instrumentation for Today’s Hot Rods,” a seminar designed to inform attendees of the company’s latest automotive instrumentation products.
Painless Performance will also be presenting a seminar during Session 6. The seminar will be about basic electrical topics, and will go over the do’s and don’ts of wiring installation.
The electrical-themed seminars will continue into Friday, March 15, when ISIS Power will present its “Future of Aftermarket Wiring” seminar, which will discuss how to get the newest electrical features in your customers’ hot rods and restorations.
To see the complete list of Education & Training Program seminars, click here.