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Alright, I'm going to be running an saz 2500 at 1ohm in my trans am. I'm going to do the big 3 upgrade and I have a stock 140 amp alt and stock battery. What should I do so my electrical is sufficient? I was thinking running dual deep cycle batteries. I'm also trying to be cost efficient btw. any input is appreciated
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Replace the batt you have under the hood with an AGM battery. The largest that will fit. Good brands to look into are: Shuriken, XS power, and Kinetik; to name a few.

Get a voltmeter too, use it to measure the voltage where your Power and ground wires go into your amp. If you are dropping into the low 12v range (you alt charges at 14.4) add another smaller agm battery in the trunk.
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big 3 is a must what type of Wire are you gunna use for your big 3?
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big 3 is a must what type of Wire are you gunna use for your big 3?
If he hasn't decided yet, this is a good post:

http://forum.realmofexcursion.com/ac...ire-guide.html
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big 3 is a must what type of wire are you gunna use for your big 3?
im not sure yet. what do you recommend?
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im not sure yet. what do you recommend?
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check the guide i posted it has literally all of the 1/0 info that is brand specific.
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i was actually just gonna get my wire from weldingsupply.com, its alot cheaper
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Good deal, there may be an error on the site to your advantage. Add some normal black 1/0 or whatever color you want and check the price. Then, add the same amount of the orange Hyperflex stuff and check that price. I forget what it was but something isn't included and it makes the nicer Hyperflex less expensive than the ordinary stuff. Just a tip
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Good deal, there may be an error on the site to your advantage. Add some normal black 1/0 or whatever color you want and check the price. Then, add the same amount of the orange Hyperflex stuff and check that price. I forget what it was but something isn't included and it makes the nicer Hyperflex less expensive than the ordinary stuff. Just a tip
haha ill try it, thanks bro
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