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    Battery relocation pics

    For you guys looking to relocate your battery heres what it looks like mounted in back. I used a R-Rated 2nd waterbox eliminator kit and put the battery where the waterbox used to be. The Battery tray is mounted to some 1/4 inch standoffs that are threaded into some 5/16 holes in the fiberglass tray beneath and than epoxied in.
    For right now the battery is just along for the ride until I get some new battery leads made up and run them to the front of the craft.
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    That installation looks very clean and OEM. I like it.

    Jason

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    Dave,
    Looks like you have a boost gauge adapter plate behind your bov. And a line going somewhere

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    Very nice turbo, where did you get the tray and how many amphour batt is that? Model#? weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleman62 View Post
    Dave,
    Looks like you have a boost gauge adapter plate behind your bov. And a line going somewhere
    The line goes to this:
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    Nice.
    How accurate is the stock gauge verses your aftermarket one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthshaker View Post
    Very nice turbo, where did you get the tray and how many amphour batt is that? Model#? weight?
    The tray is from a old ski that was parted out. Battery Specs here: http://www.odysseybatteries.com/battery/pc680series.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleman62 View Post
    Nice.
    How accurate is the stock gauge verses your aftermarket one?
    Its kind of hard to tell because the stock gauge doesn't have a fine enough scale,just 0,5 and 10. But it seems real close

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    Sweet !!!

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    all you have to do is thread or pull the stock batt cables from the front to the back with the selinoid box, they are plenty long and them some, very easy to do, the just clip the plug from the front selenoid harness and extend it to the back, we moumted out selinoids in the back as well

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