Battery and Coolant Overflow Relocation
John B. Lunsford
Asheville, NC
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To help with traction and free up a place to relocate the coolant overflow recovery tank, I relocated the battery to the trunk. I got the kit Summit Racing sells for about $40.00 and it had everything I needed in it.

Battery Relocation

Battery Relocation

I made the connections for the new positive wire to the old one inside a bracket that I made out of PVC, as it don't conduct electricity. To make sure nothing gets in to touch the connections and ground something out, I just wrapped it with electrical tape.

Coolant Overflow Relocation

I relocated the coolant recovery tank to where the battery was to free up some air flow between the radiator and intercooler. I think this is where it should've been in the first place!

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