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Cant you just fabricate something to encapsulate the existing box? Or do you have to move it due to mods or upgrades? They sell small "pelican" cases (w/ water/air tight lids), for carrying volt meters, electronic parts, etc. I'm thinking buying the size you need, cutting base out as needed, mount and insulate, re-attach case lid to encapsulate the box, seal it and drive through a monsoon and still dry!
__________________ Cammed, Slammed, Stalled....and STILL a work in progress.
i just did mine.... i will get the few pics of it up that i took when i get a chance. I kept on trying to remember to get pics of the harness while it was out of the car, but i kept forgetting until i got it all back in the car. I removed all the unneeded wires that was in the harness and ended up getting rid of a few plugs up top also, just had to repin a couple connectors.
LOL, Randy. Good to see you still around here man. Good lord that engine bay look killer now, but I think your relocation is above what he is wanting to do, LOL. I'm thinking he just wants to move it down without cutting & extending the harness.
1999 Trans Am Ws6 6-speed--12.9 @ 108.7 w/2.1 60' (street tires)(before H/C/I no new times yet) MODS: MTI Lid--Hooker Muffler--Pacesetter 1 3/4" race LT's--TSP 3" ORY--LS7 clutch--224/.581 114--5.3 Bo White heads port/polished & milled .018"--Bo White port/polished TB--LS6 intake--Patriot Gold dual spring kit--7.4 TR chromemoly pushrods--Racetronix pump