- Tue Feb 14, 2017 12:44 pm
You can either tap into the vehicle side wiring near the battery connector or make yourself a custom plug/connector to avoid altering the vehicle side wiring. All you need to do is make sure your added battery is placed in-line with the current battery. Anywhere in the circuit will work (preferably in the main power feed circuit somewhere near the existing battery). You will only need to cut one wire on your vehicle side harness. It's up to you whether you place the added battery on the positive or negative side. It does not matter as long as there is a fuse and/or breaker somewhere in the circuit. If you are using a stock battery you may start tripping the stock circuit breaker when running at 18v. This will depend on driver size, loaded weight and driving terrain.
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