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post #1 of 6 Old 09-02-2006, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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battery reloCATION

who has a good battery relocation kit and has good prices? i know summit and jegs has a kit but whom else? and i dont need a sealed box a tray would even work.


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post #2 of 6 Old 09-02-2006, 06:28 PM
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dont buy a kit, the included cable is way too small to be effective. pick a box (I chose the Moroso) and a Moroso heavy duty switch then go buy yourself some 0 gauge and 1 gauge welding cable for the best results, you can buy the various fittings you need at any good parts store


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Hey guys, Ive been searching a bunch of threads and havent found the info Im looking for. I saw a footnote under the summit kit--which I wont but since reading the last posters info-thnks-stating that for drag racing purposes, the battery must be located in an actual trunk--not a hatch Im guessing. Has anyone had any problems at the track with having the battery in the hatch?

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check out www.madelectrical.com for battery wiring tips and to buy wire. you can call and talk to mark the owner and he will help you out in selecting what you need. his stuff aint cheap but it's damn good quality

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holcomb has a nice box called the batt cave pro-kit sealed , vented black poly box with 1 ga wires for 110
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yup it is a nice kit already got it thanks :-D this thread can be closed.

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