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what kind of electrical am i gonna need to look into to run a 2608d hifonics brutus at its fullest potential? for alt. specs it would need to run off a GM 3800 motor. so how big of an alt? how many batteries? what kind of batteries? big 3? i just wanna have an idea so i know how much money im gonna need.
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what kind of electrical am i gonna need to look into to run a 2608d hifonics brutus at its fullest potential? for alt. specs it would need to run off a GM 3800 motor. so how big of an alt? how many batteries? what kind of batteries? big 3? i just wanna have an idea so i know how much money im gonna need.

Wouldn't need to upgrade much because the GM is a big vehicle and have tons of Power on electrical. The hifonics amp is over-rated so isn't going to put out true RMS maybe a bit lower. You don't need to spend much on that amp electrical upgrade. Do the big 3 and upgrade your battery to power-master. I head those are great battery just look on the specification.
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Wouldn't need to upgrade much because the GM is a big vehicle and have tons of Power on electrical. The hifonics amp is over-rated so isn't going to put out true RMS maybe a bit lower. You don't need to spend much on that amp electrical upgrade. Do the big 3 and upgrade your battery to power-master. I head those are great battery just look on the specification.
yeah, where were you sir when I asked if they do rated?

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Wouldn't need to upgrade much because the GM is a big vehicle and have tons of Power on electrical. The hifonics amp is over-rated so isn't going to put out true RMS maybe a bit lower. You don't need to spend much on that amp electrical upgrade. Do the big 3 and upgrade your battery to power-master. I head those are great battery just look on the specification.
where have you gotten real world info for the hifonics amp???
gm is a big vehicle,tons of power on electrical????
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what kind of electrical am i gonna need to look into to run a 2608d hifonics brutus at its fullest potential? for alt. specs it would need to run off a GM 3800 motor. so how big of an alt? how many batteries? what kind of batteries? big 3? i just wanna have an idea so i know how much money im gonna need.
do big 3/250amp alt/and good batt under hood

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Wouldn't need to upgrade much because the GM is a big vehicle and have tons of power on electrical. The hifonics amp is over-rated so isn't going to put out true RMS maybe a bit lower. You don't need to spend much on that amp electrical upgrade. Do the big 3 and upgrade your battery to power-master. I head those are great battery just look on the specification.
thats bull****. i have a voltage meter and i can clip the **** out of my amp with ease. and ive had my alt tested. under load it only produces like 40 amps.
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under load it only produces like 40 amps.
either thats one ****ty alternator, or a diode blew out
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either thats one ****ty alternator, or a diode blew out
the guy at the auto shop said all the diodes are fine, and that 40 amps UNDER load is normal. he said its prolly like an 80 - 100 amp alternator with no load on it. its a 94 buick regal. i would imagine the alternators on older cars wouldnt be as good as the ones on newer cars.
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no...that guy is stupid as hell.

an alternator cant be a 100amp alt under no load, then 40amps under load. if its 100amps, it outputs 100amps (or close to)
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an alternator cant be a 100amp alt under no load, then 40amps under load. if its 100amps, it outputs 100amps (or close to)
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I have that same amp on a 18 btl in 8.5 cubes at 32hz with a 220 amp alt and a kinetik 2400 back 1800 front yeah your gonna have to up grade i did it was killin my old stock electrical in my 92 dodge daytona
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