I'll try to keep this short even though it's been bouncing around in my mind for a year or so. I wasn't sure if this fit better on electronics or motor / props so I'm sorry if I didn't post in the best spot. I have a Tracker PT 175 and installed a 24V TM years ago. I relocated the crank battery to the front compartment and ran electronics, lighting and crank from there. This obviously involved lengthening crank and associated wires. I believe I used 12ga wire. Related or not, I developed a rectifier issue among other ignition related issues. With the help of CDI, I tested components and got new stuff that worked. Part of that project was moving the crank battery back back with the two TM batteries. I liked the front location for the crank battery and want to move it back so all batteries are accessible. The question is, does anyone think relocating the crank battery caused the charging / ignition issues? If so, was it a wire gauge issue? To lengthen the start and other wires, what gauge should I use given the additional length? Or is it just a bad idea regardless to mess with this in general? Thanks!