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    Fullboogie CDI Box Relocation

    Ok, here's the latest and greatest. I really wanted the CDI box out of the way, and after doing the battery box last night, this is what I tackled this morning. This was much, much easier.

    First you have to move the rectifier to the top of the box to have clearance. Then move the bracket with the wiring connectors to the other side, where the rectifier used to be:



    Then lay the box on the mid wall and mark the top flange of the mid wall with the holes where the original box brackets were. Drill your holes. Then pull the SS bracket off the back, bend it like in the picture below, drill holes and mount it:



    This is what you will end up with. It clears everything with room to spare, and is really secure. I actually made an aluminum bracket going from the back of the box to the grab handle bolt and decided to take it off because it's not needed. I may put it on again later. You like???







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    Nice!

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    You better say "nice"! You're the one who got me going on all this stuff!

    Where my crank, beotch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    You better say "nice"! You're the one who got me going on all this stuff!

    Where my crank, beotch?
    answer your phone, Mary!

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    looking good..
    what was ur reason for mounting it there ?

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    To get it the hell out of my way. The 1200 box is huge, and this gives me a chance to delete the battery box and move the CDI box. Cleans up the rear area for working on the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    To get it the hell out of my way. The 1200 box is huge, and this gives me a chance to delete the battery box and move the CDI box. Cleans up the rear area for working on the ski.
    plus you needed room for the hump on the 1300 waterbox

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    that's straight gangster right there

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    Well, I am the OG.

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    You guys are a bunch of Nancy's!!!!!
    Looks good FB
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