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    Battery relocation pics post em'

    I really hate my battery tray/tub on my GP1200R. Every time I want to adjust the low speed screws, ride plate screw insers, and just anything you want to do it has to come out. I have seen some people here remove it but I can't find a write up or some good pics. So lets see pics from members that have done theirs so I can get some ideas on what to do.


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    I would also like to see pics??

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    Battery Tray

    Heres a few pics. of my triple piper. Click image for larger version. 

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    Cool that answered some of my questions. where did you put the big electrical box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX21 View Post
    Cool that answered some of my questions. where did you put the big electrical box?
    I gutted it and trashed it and rewired and relocated everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudslanger View Post
    I gutted it and trashed it and rewired and relocated everything.
    never thought of that, looks great like that.

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    I did my buddy's single piper like this but mounted the coils in a different location.

    the only thing i don't like is the power valve motor location and i am going to relocate it to the rear as there is too much vibration from the motor and broke the plastic mount.

    If you are planning on doing this mod. ill try to get some pics of my buddy's ski but if you are riding in salt water you might have to get some kind of water proof boxes for the coils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudslanger View Post
    I did my buddy's single piper like this but mounted the coils in a different location.

    the only thing i don't like is the power valve motor location and i am going to relocate it to the rear as there is too much vibration from the motor and broke the plastic mount.

    If you are planning on doing this mod. ill try to get some pics of my buddy's ski but if you are riding in salt water you might have to get some kind of water proof boxes for the coils.
    i dont know if i wanna break up the ebox or not. i dont ride salt water so that dosent matter. gonna have to wait till the winter so i dont miss any lake time

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