I see a few good threads for relocating the battery to the rear in an S197. But, some seem harder than they need to be, so wondering what I am missing? Right now, with the battery up front, it has the main positive cable (2AWG?) coming from the battery, as well as the one main ground cable (4 AWG?). Also, I have previously run a dedicated 1/0 gauge positive from the positive battery terminal to my 215 amp PA Performance alternator - fused to 250 amps. To relocate, I was going to: Simply run one 1/0 gauge wire (fused to 300 amps) from the battery in the back to a distribution block up front. That block will feed both the original OEM 2 AWG positive wire and the dedicated alternator 1/0 AWG wire I had previously installed. Ground the battery to the body in the back (spare tire well?) with a 1/0 AWG wire. Ground the original OEM 4 AWG ground wire up front (that had gone to the battery) to the strut tower. I see lots about running dedicated alternator power to the rear, dedicated starter power to the rear, and/or grounds from the battery in the back all the way to the engine block up front. I also see folks running solenoids/relays for the power wires. Is that necessary for a street car? BTW, not tracking the car, so the cutoff switch is definitely out.