Running dual batteries and looking for a complete solution? No problem! We offer two solutions:
- Modify any of our Standard or Deluxe Battery Relocation Kits to allow you to connect the second battery.
- Custom design and build a kit to meet your specifications.
In some applications, the batteries can be located next to each other. In other applications, the batteries need to be located on opposite sides of the vehicle. Either way, you can count on us to deliver a kit that will exceed your expectations. No different from our Standard or Deluxe Battery Relocation Kits, our Custom Dual Battery Relocation Kits will include every single thing you need to install them!
Some Examples of Our Work
Jeep Cherokee Dual Battery Relocation Kit
Batteries located next to one another. (Moroso Battery Boxes and split loom tubing not shown.)
Shown here is a kit we built for a Jeep Cherokee with a massive Warn winch. This kit includes dual runs of 1/0 AWG to feed that winch with plenty of power and eliminate the voltage drop that would be associated with a single run of 1/0 AWG.
The dual 1/0 AWG power cables are each protected via 500 Amp fuses and terminate at a custom power distribution center. The power distribution center provides an easy location to connect the winch, starter, and OEM wiring harness. In addition, this customer requested a Master ON/OFF switch so that he could turn off his running Jeep in the event of an emergency when on the trail. We utilized the Moroso 74102 Super Duty Battery Disconnect Switch as it has an instantaneous current rating of 2,000 Amps! Finally, we fabbed up a special exciter disconnect harness to interface with the alternator so that it would stop charging when the switch was turned to the OFF position.
2009 Dodge Diesel Truck Dual Battery Relocation Kit
Batteries located on opposite sides in the rear of the bed. (Moroso Battery Boxes and split loom tubing not shown.)
Apparently, when you make over 900hp and 1400lb-ft of torque in a late model Dodge diesel truck, the aftermarket turbos and plumbing require a substantial amount of real estate!
The owner and builder of this one of a kind Dodge decided to relocate the batteries to the rear of the truck to free as much space as possible in the engine compartment. This truck serves primary duties as a hauler, so the batteries had to be moved to the rear-most corners in the bed to clear the 5th wheel trailer hitch and fuel cell. This necessitated some LONG runs between the 300 Amp Ohio Generator alternator, between each of the batteries, and from the batteries back to the front. The builder provided us detailed specifications and we designed a kit to suit them that can provide some SERIOUS current to start the engine on even the coldest winter day.
- Single run of 1/0 AWG from Alternator to Batteries, protected via 300 Amp fuse
- Dual runs of 1/0 AWG between Batteries, each protected via 500 Amp fuses
- Dual runs of 1/0 AWG between Batteries and Power Distribution Center
- Custom Power Distribution Center to facilitate simple connections to the starter, intake grid heater, and OEM power / relay center
- Moroso 74102 Super Duty Battery Disconnect Switch – to pass tech at the local drag strip*
- 1/0 AWG Ground Cables for batteries, alternator, and engine block
- 8 AWG Ground Cables for bed, cab, and body
- Dual Moroso Battery Boxes
- A complete assortment of Grade 5 Hardware, Adel Clamps, Split Loom Tubing, etc.
*Nothin’ is cooler than a 9,000 pound truck that can run in the 11s in the quarter!
If you’d like for us to quote a dual battery relocation kit for your 4×4 or truck, we’ll need to know the following:
- Location of the batteries – in front of the bed behind the cab, in the rear corners of the bed, under the bed, etc.
- Orientation of the batteries – side by side with terminals all in a line, side by side with positive terminals lined up / negative terminals lined up, etc.
- Distance between battery (-) terminals and battery (+) terminals
- Distance from battery 1 to frame rail on driver’s side
- Distance from battery 2 to frame rail on passenger side
- Distance from either battery, through floor of bed and to underside of cab (8 AWG)
- Location of a power distribution point under the hood of the vehicle in a convenient location to distribute power to starter, fuse box, alternator, etc.
- Distance from either battery to this distribution point (included in kit)
- Distance from block to frame on driver’s side and block to frame on passenger side (typically 12″ each)
- Distance from case / mounting point of alternator to closest frame rail
1973 Chevy Vega Drag Vehicle
Check out this custom 1/0 AWG dual battery relocation kit we built for a way cool ’73 Vega with a 14.8:1 compression big cubic inch SBC! This customer is running both jumper studs (on the lower left) and a master disconnect switch, which is necessary to comply with NHRA guidelines.
This Vega is more like a show car with gorgeous paint and tin work throughout. Batteries are located on opposite sides of the trunk. This kit includes complete electrical protection for all cables that run the length of the vehicle.
Ford Mustang Cobra Jet Battery Relocation Kit
Got a late model Mustang that you’re making into a Cobra Jet? Let us build you a battery relocation kit that is exactly like the one Ford specs but that can’t be purchased over the counter: even better actually!
Call us for more details on this kit.
Regardless of what kind of application you have, we’ll build a kit that will take the guesswork out of the installation. We go out of our way to simplify the process of installing even the most complex kits.
What Information Do We Need to Fab Up a Custom Relocation Kit for Your Project?
We require as much information as you can provide when building such a kit, so be prepared for a barrage of questions from us! As you can see, we go out of our way to include every single thing you may need to install the kit the correct way without making a single trip to the store. In addition, we also provide written instructions to supplement the standard ones addressing the specifics of your kit.
As these kits are built based on specifications that you will be asked to provide they require 100%, non-refundable prepayment before we build them!