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Speedway Motors Battery Cable Installation Kit, Ends/Switch
Speedway Motors Battery Cable Installation Kit, Ends/Switch

Speedway Motors Battery Cable Installation Kit, Ends/Switch

Universal Fit, 18 ft. Overall Length, 2-gauge Gauge Thickness

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Speedway Motors Battery Cable Installation Kit, Ends/Switch
Speedway Motors Battery Cable Installation Kit, Ends/Switch
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Custom create your own battery cables with this installation kit from Speedway Motors.  Kits feature cables, terminals, clamps, and battery kill switch to complete your charging system wiring.

Kit Includes:

  • (1) 2-Gauge Battery Cable Kit, 18 ft.
  • (1) Bag of 10 Battery Cable Ends - 2 GA, 3/8" Hole
  • (1) 2-Post Battery Disconnect Switch
  • (1) Insulated Cable Mount Clamps, 1/2"

2-Gauge Battery Cable Kit, 18 ft

Two-gauge standard copper battery wire with ends.  This kit is intended for use with top-post batteries. It contains a 2 ft. long negative battery cable with terminals on both ends. The 18 ft. positive cable has a terminal (post clamp) at the 'battery' end, and a terminal to crimp on the other end.

Includes 2' long black negative cable, crimp end terminal, 6 E-Z ties, and 4 short pieces of shrink sleeve.

Two-Post Battery Disconnect Isolation Kill Switch

Remote battery disconnect switch for safety and theft protection. A battery kill switch is required for use with alternators by the NHRA. Battery shut off switch can be remote mounted or where specified for saftey and convenience.

  • 180 amp continuous, 1000 amp instantaneous
  • Die cast lever
  • Fits panel through 3/16" thick
  • Two 3/8" copper terminal studs

910-64500 Instructions (PDF)

Copper Battery Cable Ends - 2 Gauge, 3/8" Hole

Tubular copper battery cable ends with ring-style lugs.

  • .09" material thickness
  • .40" hole diameter
  • Copper material type
  • Accepts 2 GA wire
  • 10 terminals per bag

Insulated Line/Tubing Mount Clamps, 1/2"

You will need these rubber coated fuel line tube clamps and brake line clamps to finish your plumbing job. These tube clamps are made from zinc plated steel, are easy to work with, durable, and corrosion resistant. 

10 clamps per package.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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Each kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
  • Speedway 2-Gauge Battery Relocation Cable Kit, Copper, 18 Ft. Length
    Qty x 1
  • Copper Battery Cable Ends, 2 Gauge, 3/8 Inch Hole
    Qty x 1
  • Speedway Two-Post Battery Disconnect Isolation Kill Switch
    Qty x 1
  • Speedway Insulated Fuel Line Tubing Mount Clamps, 1/2 Inch, Bag of 10
    Qty x 1

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