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Thread: Shortening draws / rear aux battery fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Bloody brilliant job Eric. You've put some thought into it and its pulled off! 10/10
    Yeah mate thanks. OVerall happy with how it came out. Battery tucked away at the back using space I otherwise would not have used. Shorter draw means jack all to me. Battery is now in a better spot from a temperature point of view. Away from the turbo/motor.
    If I knew how to weld & had basic welding gear, it would have been a neater job. But this will do for now.

    And this frees up A LOT of space under the hood for catch can etc.. And easy spot for larger air box / snorkel later.
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    Very neat job hodge, nice work mate!


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    Like the idea of not cutting out the draw runners Hodge. Nice work.

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