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    GPRXP electrical mounting

    Anybody have any pics of how they mounted all of the electrical in their skis?


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    You have seen mine right? I did need to heat the bucket and reshape it.
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    good ol simple 07 electronics in mine...


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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRXP Steve View Post
    You have seen mine right? I did need to heat the bucket and reshape it.
    Well that gives me a good idea on where to start. I know my battery wont be in the front but the rest will help a lot. Thanks Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    good ol simple 07 electronics in mine...

    I wish mine was that easy. It makes for a MUCH cleaner look.

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    Yeah, it is definitely nose heavy with a full tank of gas idling around. A little throttle though, and its all good.

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    Jeff I will take some pictures tonight but what I did was rivit the electronics to the front wall up in the nose. Doing this there is no need to modify the front bucket. Then I mounted the battery in the back of the ski the only cable that needed to be replaced was the neg. off the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvnspeed View Post
    Jeff I will take some pictures tonight but what I did was rivit the electronics to the front wall up in the nose. Doing this there is no need to modify the front bucket. Then I mounted the battery in the back of the ski the only cable that needed to be replaced was the neg. off the battery.

    Scott, pics of your install would be much appreciated. I am just trying to see the different ways that it has been done so I can get some ideas.

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    Here is a picture of the battery mount:

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    Here is how I did it on the SKULL ski


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