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JeffGS-T97

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Muncie, Indiana
I'm looking to relocate the battery for improved weight distrabution and freeing up space on the engine does anyone have a kit they have bought or did a custom setup?
 

181161

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Mar 19, 2011
El Paso, Texas
hey whats up man. i recently did a relocation to the trunk of my car. I used an optima battery with a custom tray from ebay. then i used standard battery gauge wire and i ran it to the front. I used a fusible link from an evo x. you can get this from MAP for around 50 bucks. i can post some pics later if youd like
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
hey whats up man. i recently did a relocation to the trunk of my car. I used an optima battery with a custom tray from ebay. then i used standard battery gauge wire and i ran it to the front. I used a fusible link from an evo x. you can get this from MAP for around 50 bucks. i can post some pics later if youd like
Check one off the list i installed a redtop a month ago. I don't think you can get a better battery.
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
I have big fog lights without the bezel. I ordered both sides and want to put a good after market lamp in that fit well with the bezel opening. Anyone have suggestions?
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
I finally found a pipe kit with an extended throttle body elbow and 2.75 inch id to match my bored throttle body and ported manifold (also 2.75" id) not sure why i waited so long. Figure it will flow alot better maybe have some small gains, considering the factory elbow is 2.125" id. I think im getting kind of a bottle neck effect at the elbow.
 

JeffGS-T97

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Muncie, Indiana
I was doing a boost leak test and found a little leak at the TB, I pulled it apart and realized i never increased the ID of the tb elbow it still sets at stock on the factory braided hose. I got a bov mount tube in 2.75id with the matching extended matching elbow.
Anyone have any thoughts how much restriction there was being bottle necked like that?
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
I was doing a boost leak test and found a little leak at the TB, I pulled it apart and realized i never increased the ID of the tb elbow it still sets at stock on the factory braided hose. I got a bov mount tube in 2.75id with the matching extended matching elbow.
Anyone have any thoughts how much restriction there was being bottle necked like that?
 

181161

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Mar 19, 2011
El Paso, Texas
Hey what’s up man. Got some pics for you. Here’s the bracket that I have in the trunk. I currently have it mounted in the spare but it might be moved to the right side of the trunk. Maybe LOLll I’d like to build a new floor so that way i have all trunk space available.
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So the ground is just bolted to a good ground with paint removed. The positive is ran to the front where I have it on the Evo x fusible link. From there i connected all the wires such as the harness and starter. I made a bracket and put it in front of my catch can
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All the parts for the fusible link are available on maperformance. I think it’s a total of three things.
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
Hey what’s up man. Got some pics for you. Here’s the bracket that I have in the trunk. I currently have it mounted in the spare but it might be moved to the right side of the trunk. Maybe LOLll I’d like to build a new floor so that way i have all trunk space available.
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So the ground is just bolted to a good ground with paint removed. The positive is ran to the front where I have it on the Evo x fusible link. From there i connected all the wires such as the harness and starter. I made a bracket and put it in front of my catch can
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All the parts for the fusible link are available on maperformance. I think it’s a total of three things.
Thats done very well nice work, thank you for taking the time to show me your set up. It definitely helps.
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
That’s a cool shirt:thumb:. Any name brand bov works imo. I like the tial I currently have. I’ve had hks, modded 1g and greddy. Greddy was nice too but they’re no longer available
Thanks man i appreciate it. I still have an old type s greddy i need to try to fix up not sure that's possible, it's the purple one everbody had back in the day LOL
 

AWD-Tony

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Sep 11, 2017
Cincinnati, Ohio
Thanks man i appreciate it. I still have an old type s greddy i need to try to fix up not sure that's possible, it's the purple one everbody had back in the day LOL

I had the same one. Think mine was leaking too iirc. It’s been many years ago LOL
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
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Installed a drain line to my vented catch can which has an open/close valve on the bottom. I ran the line to the depth of the radiator so i can drain it without a mess and
I can drain it during an oil change. Anyone else do something like this?
 
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