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An introductory video discussing details of the Kaizen Relay and Control Module with High Performance Academy at SEMA 2019.

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From 70+ applicants, down to the top five - Kaizen Speed took the Grand Prize at the 2019 SEMA Launch Pad Competition with the Kaizen Relay! It all started in spring of 2019 and we had just submitted our US Patent Application which meant we were finally able to share our concept with the world. Armed with only 3d printed prototypes we set out to test the idea against a panel of industry professionals and an audience of a few thousand people. The response was as good as we could ever expect and we took the Grand Prize - $10,000...

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Voting is now open and we need your support! For fifteen years Kaizen Speed, LLC has been elbow deep in the performance aftermarket and we've always been proud to develop innovative new products for specific makes and models. Now we've designed our first broad market product and we need your help to bring it to life! Help us make the years of hard work worth it. VOTE FOR US HERE Think of SEMA Launchpad as Shark Tank for the automotive aftermarket. SEMA created Launchpad to give a platform to new product developers under 40 to help bring innovative new products to market....

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Try to imagine life without incandescent lightbulbs. There was a time when kerosene was the only way to light your house! Then the incredible new invention came out back in 1879: the incandescent lightbulb! Nowadays there’s actually a good chance that most of the light in your house isn’t incandescent anymore. In all likelihood you probably have LED bulbs where the regular lightbulbs used to go. LED’s are the next generation in lighting because they use less energy, create less heat and can be much brighter. Heck they can even change colors! We switched to LED because it was so...

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The first seed of this idea sprouted in 2016. I needed a way to communicate the idea of interconnecting relays to our CAD designer/mechanical engineer. I’ve worked with engineers long enough to know that they’re going to design exactly what you explain to them and nothing more. So I cooked up a visual aid with some pink Playdough, a fuse, and a couple screws.  The concept was simple: build a relay that shared electrical connections internally so you could gang relays together quickly and cleanly without wire splicing.  (When I need to communicate a concept quickly, I use clay!)   Fast forward...

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