Hey Less Weight!
Looks like it's completely automatic.
If I have the correct model (TM291), there are manuals online.
You are correct. It is too high. I cut out the bottom of the battery box down to the first lower level of the battery box, the exact size of the bottom of the battery, so the battery was captured on the bottom. Then I mounted the battery with large plastic ties. I seached out slightly lower SAE...
Sorry about my late reply. Not enough hours in the day for me.
This is a photo of my install of the ATX30-HD. It's a little taller than stock so I sectioned the bottom of the battery box so that the battery is completely captured at the bottom. Then I cut styrofoam pieces for all 4 sides...
Just a follow up on my Antigravity ATX-30-HD. I have had zero issues with the battery. I did zero adjustments. Initial erratic charging rates have settled down completely as the system learned the new battery.
Install was a bit of a problem as this battery is taller than stock. I sectioned...
I contacted Chad at Antigravity Batteries. He fixed me up with what I wanted. ATX-30-HD, terminals and a charger are on the way.
Thanks for the excellent service Chad! I'm looking forward to my new parts.
This is a super interesting thread!
I too am a weight loss freek. Especially wth a 3.7 V6. I'm retired. Still go to the local strip occasionally. I think I'm sold on the ATX-30-HD.
Looks like I just missed the spring sale. Oh well, car's still in the garage for winter storage... next time.
I have bad news and good news about the weight.
The bad news is I put both systems on a bathroom scale and I came up with 16 lbs heavier for the GT system.
The good news is it's over the rear wheels and low in the car.
This makes me think that Ford may have done this on purpose...
I've been lurking around this thread for some time. The results the members were getting from this mod were intriguing to me.
So I pulled the trigger and located a complete 2015 GT system ($100.00). I installed it in the driveway with jack stands and the front wheels still on the ground.