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I have 01 660, does anyone relocate the box. I moved it to the batt box until it was hot. Also I moved it back but harness is tight. Could some one post some pics before and after mroved if you moved it.
 

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can anyone post a picture of the rear so I can see if I have my harness ran the right way, mine is a little tight?
 

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One the plug clip was broken and since it plugs from underneath, I was trying to keep it from falling out, so I put it in the battery box until I noticed it was getting hot. Two just traying to keep dirt and mud from the plug. Now I put it back factory but I might have my wire harness ran differnet cause it is a tight fit to the plug. So I was hoping for a picture from somone so i can see the route of the harness.
 

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I moved mine to the intake side of the battery box works great there
 

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i have my radiator overflow mounted on the front of my battery box. i bought a 01 subframe, which has the mount for the rectifier already behind the battery box, and just shimmy-ed the harness around to get the wires to reach. its a little snug, but they work fine.
 

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If you want I should b able to post a pic once I get my frame back from my local builder getting some single drag a arms built should be at the end of this week

But I run no air box so I'm not sure if the air box would hit the rectifier but its simple just drill 2 lil holes and bam its on the outside of ur battery box on the motor side its perfect there

I did have it on the back side of the air box but now since I run no box I put it on the battery box
 

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Well I moved it today, I mounted the box on the left side of the airbox, looks good and gives me plenty of slack in the wires.
 
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