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Old 05-07-2011, 09:47 PM   #1
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Does anyone run a stand alone in the battery location That is fitted for the battery location. But still runs the battery in the front engine bay?
Im just wondering if people are running a light weight battery up front and using a stand alone in the battery tray location?

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I will be relocating my battery to the back. But I also am planning to try and run my stand alone in the stock battery location and would love to see pics and how people did it
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But does anyone run a battery and a stand alone in the same location?

Or move the battery to the driver side.
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They sell ones that fit I'm the fuse area on driver side... I personally think it's cleaner to relocate battery to back just my thoughts
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Relocated my battery to the rear
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with my setup i dont think you would have a problem putting a small race battery next to the standalone or just mount the standalone where the fuses are and leave the battery alone
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Why not just get the kit that mounts it near the fuse block. I run the N2O Outlet plastic cell that mounts by the fuse block without issue.
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Check out stand alone systems on the Nitrous Outlet web site. They have one for the battery tray, and for the driver side.
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Click the image to open in full size.

Here is the fuse area dedicated they are talking about.


Now I have not tried, but I think you could get some of the smaller gel cell batteries or braille type batteries next too the dedicated if you build a bracket for it. I would probably just use the fuse area tho.
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