I think I'm keeping the pass seat as of right now, I wonder if I could build something to hide it under the car somehow, hmm... Thanks for the input, if the pass seat goes away, then that's probably where I'll stick it.
Get a battery box and put it between the fender well and rear inside the hatch on the passenger side for best weight distribution. Cost less than $100 for box and some good wire. Never been a fan of having something that can explode and spew acid sitting right next to me, so passenger seat area or right behind is out for me
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Are these trays battery specific, as in I need to get the odyssey battery?
Yes, they're battery specific, but they list the dimensions for all of the trays. So buy one that fits your battery, though I think getting a battery that's designed for a specific tray makes much more sense.
Engine bay down on the passenger side frame rail. Sits right next to my B-series transmission with plenty of room. I used the PWJDM kit, it's expensive and you could easily make something work for that price. I was expecting too much from that kit.... I know of a few other local guys running this setup for years with no issue.
1991 HF - previously '90 B18A1 now '97 B18C1 1989 Si - running parts car/gone
When the basic reason is "just wanted to do it" the only real need is the owner be happy with the end result. A 100 amp fuse located at the positive battery terminal is recommended and keep the cable well protected from any sharp edges like where it passes through the fire wall.
For most performance concerns the PWJDM type passenger side "frame rail" mount is about the best option. It's simple, has the greatest weight reduction, requires no wiring mods, and clears a cold air intake.
For track performance a rear cabin relocate is only an advantage when you need the CG shift for fine tuning to be competitive near the top of your chosen road race class. A proper track relocate will never be a weight savings so this is not a valid reason to relocate.
When performance audio is the goal the battery goes as close to the Amp power terminals as you can get it.
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