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Hey all,
Who would be interested in a Taylor battery relocation kit group buy?

Kit includes:
16' red 2 gauge battery-to-starter, 3' black 2 gauge battery-to-ground

3/8" heavy duty battery hold down J-Bolts

13" x 7-1/4" Heavy gauge coated steel tray

All necessary hardware.

Let me know!



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Danny,
They are going to be around $65 + shipping unless we can get a few people in on the deal, then I can bring the price down a bit.



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The kit includes everything you need to relocate the battery to the trunk.. Better weight distribution and cleaner engine bay as a result..

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I'm in!!
I thought maybe would could also get some people from the altima and ser B.B.s on the deal since a battery relocation kit would also work for their cars. Just an idea though.

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Great,
Yeah i've posted it on an altima club board, this board, a honda board ect.

As soon as I can get supergroupbuys.com back up i'll post the buy there and let you all know the URL.



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I might be interested since I just got an Optima battery. The only thing is finding a spot in my trunk for it. What's the recommended way to run the power? Under the car or side foot trim?

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I am also interested. Just need to know when and how much?

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wait! isn't putting the battery in the trunk really stupid to do? our cars are FWD(front wheel drive) thus the require for most of the weight of the car to be over the front grille, If you really want to lose weight and not mess up 1/4mile performance go for one of those crazy 13pds Dynabats I am not sure how well they work though, but they are worth a shot.
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by JCGator42:
wait! isn't putting the battery in the trunk really stupid to do? our cars are FWD(front wheel drive) thus the require for most of the weight of the car to be over the front grille<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
It's a stupid thing to do only if you always go straight. Moving the battery to the trunk helps even out the front/rear weight distribution of the car dramatically, thus improving handling--more neutral cornering, less push, etc. One of my first mods was putting the battery in the trunk, and even though my suspension wasn't very built at the time (it's got a *whole* lot more now...), I noticed a difference in handling. It's worth it if you like good handling--who cares about drag racing anyway? It's a sport for no-skill wannabe's...
 
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