Some people don't realize there are torque specs for just about every bolt/nut in a car... even the little ones! (Of course, finding those specs isn't always easy)
This is what happens when an overzealous repairer over tightens one of the nuts. A broken battery terminal clamp.
Next to it, a big fat, serious mutha of a replacement cable just waiting to take over!
The before shot, taken in a dark garage lit by car trunk light and an LED work light provides a great opportunity to test the lowlight capabilities of the Canon 1DMkIV and how steady my hand is... (1/10th, ISO 12800 !!!)
Not super-sharp, but an amazing example of being able to get a shot, no matter what the conditions, without having to resort to flashes.
... and after lots of cursing and violence due to the big fat replacement cable being too big and rigid to fit... finally there was an after picture.
This mod is purported to increase engine HP (like every other gimmick!) because the lower resistance allows the battery to charge better and reduce the load on the alternator. Hah! At least I know I can rely on my camera's lowlight claims...