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MKIIC regs for the front batteries3781 viewsThis is how I mounted all the MKIIC regs for the front batteries. I used a sheet of clear plexiglass to hold all the regs.Sep 23, 2007
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Genset mounting2791 viewsRight side view of the genset rack. Note that it is easy to remove the rack and restore the Sparrow to it's original look. It only takes 6 bolts to remove the rack and put the rear panel back in place.Sep 23, 2007
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PFC-40 Charger in back3712 viewsI currently have the PFC-40 Charger sitting in the back, since it is a LOT of work to make it fit under the hood.
The wood is just to make a flat bottom for the back area.
Sep 23, 2007
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Genset mounting2974 viewsLeft side view of the genset rack. If I decide to continue using this setup, I'll probably rebuild the rack to look a LOT nicer, and paint it to match the Sparrow.
Rather than having a generator, I'd like to put about 2KWH worth of some lightweight battery in the rack. I just need more range to make it to work.
Sep 23, 2007
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Genset mounting2516 viewsThis is a view from above the back over the genset rack. The chain is to keep anyone from stealing the genset while I'm parked.
I do need to come up with a cover for the power outlet end of the genset. While it's meant for outdoor use, it's probably not expecting 60 mph rain to be hitting it...
Sep 23, 2007
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