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Battey Relocation

Post by Boost1n-Et » Thu Oct 12, 2006 9:43 pm

hey,
if anyone is doing a battery relocation to boot in the near future,
do ya think you could do an article on it, havent been able to find much on it :D

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Post by shanec86 » Fri Oct 13, 2006 1:07 am

Get a battery box, cable and a fuse... put the battery in the back. run the cable :)

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Post by djvass » Fri Oct 13, 2006 1:13 am

yep that sums it all up!!!
SOLD EVERYTHING TO DO WITH MY ET BUT WILL STILL BE ON HERE WATCHING AND WAITING FOR THAT RIGHT ET AGAIN.

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Post by etking » Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:31 am

nice work shane, spot on, and so detailed, love all those pics you have included! lol, think this one is a job for justin, sure he has a million pics of it haha. Very good thing to do, tidies up the engine bay so much

you will need a battery box for legal purposes and i think u need to vent it to outside the car, but i wouldnt do that till i got told to by the police lol, but battery box is a good idea! also makes putting sound system in a whole lot easier!
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Post by angel » Sat Oct 14, 2006 5:13 pm

etking wrote:nice work shane, spot on, and so detailed, love all those pics you have included! lol, think this one is a job for justin, sure he has a million pics of it haha. Very good thing to do, tidies up the engine bay so much

you will need a battery box for legal purposes and i think u need to vent it to outside the car, but i wouldnt do that till i got told to by the police lol, but battery box is a good idea! also makes putting sound system in a whole lot easier!
you can use a dry cel like odyssey batteries and then you dont have to vent it.

but yes, run the cable from the battery (in the boot) to the started motor, and then ground the battery in the boot in a well grounded place, and make sure you reground the engine if you moved the cable, then fuse it at the battery.
its that easy.

good luck
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Post by Boost1n-Et » Sat Oct 14, 2006 6:36 pm

Cheers Boyz,
Ill let you know how it turns out

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