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  1. #1
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    Default Relocate GIII switches

    I am thinking about moving the ballast switches in my '07 LSV from their original location to the panel next to arm rest. I have searched old threads and haven't found anything. The only possible problem I've thought of is that they could get bumped by a stray elbow. Otherwise it would make for a much handier location. Anybody got some helpful advice? Thanks
    Scott
    '07 Mobius LSV
    Indmar Assault 5.7
    Gravity III- 1100 lb. in port locker, 2300 lbs total
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    Cab did this search his threads I will try and find it
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    Yup, I did this. Below is the thread. And your concern about a stray elbow accidentally hitting a switch is a valid one so I used a spare switch on the dash as a main power switch for the GIII switches. Once the ballast is the way I want it, I flip the dash switch to cut power to the GIII switches. Works like a charm.

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...llast+switches
    Al

    2006 Mobius LSV

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    And here is the thread about adding a main power switch for the GIII switches.

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...ballast+switch
    Al

    2006 Mobius LSV

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    Al, that is exactly what I've got in mind. And adding a power switch is a great idea. Thanks a lot for your help.
    Scott
    '07 Mobius LSV
    Indmar Assault 5.7
    Gravity III- 1100 lb. in port locker, 2300 lbs total
    ACME 1617

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    IMG_1217.jpg I got the ballast switches relocated today. Thanks Al for the walking me thru it. I was a bit lazier and rather than remove the panel after cutting the hole in it, I used a roto-zip bit in router to cut the hole in the fiberglass. Also, to cover the original hole I got a a push plate for a door at Lowes. It measured 3 1/2"x 15" so it's big enough to give you 2 chances to cut it and drill holes correctly (which my dumb a$$ needed). Even better, 2 of the holes are already in correct position, so you only have to measure and drill 2. Anyway, now it's time to tackle the swivel seat mod. With luck I can get that done tomorrow and be ready to hit the lake. Also Al, I like that you switched out the battery and the wake plate gauges, I gotta get that done too, just makes a ton of sense.
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    Scott
    '07 Mobius LSV
    Indmar Assault 5.7
    Gravity III- 1100 lb. in port locker, 2300 lbs total
    ACME 1617

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    As soon as I can I'm switching them around too. Just wanted to make sure my wire was long enough...


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