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Old 08-25-2013, 01:17 PM   #1
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Making my own battery relocate

Should I use 2 Gauge wire ????
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I'd use 0 gauge just to be in the safe side . You can go too small but never too big
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I did it myself even made a box for the battery and put carpet on it from my old gt turned out good to me. Bolted down thru a drain plug. I used like 10 gauge wiring. And lots of zip ties.
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I did it myself even made a box for the battery and put carpet on it from my old gt turned out good to me. Bolted down thru a drain plug. I used like 10 gauge wiring. And lots of zip ties.
10 gauge? What? You realize thats super small.. Right?
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10 gauge? What? You realize thats super small.. Right?
I meant 1/0 gauge.
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I meant 1/0 gauge.
Right... Well it looks good all the same! Thinking about Doing that with mine as well..
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Right... Well it looks good all the same! Thinking about Doing that with mine as well..
I did it in all my mustangs. It actually helps launching the car because of the weight transfer to the rear wheels.
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