*** Now the biggest issue we're running into with any Electrical calculator is the fact you can't determine what each and every factor will be in the real world. Its virtually impossible knowing what you will see. ***
Keeping the above in mind this doesn't mean that these sources shouldn't be used to Hypothetically determine if your electrical is up to the task of what you have planed. Knowing full well this not to be high priority thing to try and satisfy.
Provided bellow is a Excel spreadsheet that can help you determine if your electrical can keep up with your setup "Hypothetically speaking". Please keep in mind that, especially in the early stage, there may be some issues with my layout. I'm hoping to receive suggestions from the community as to ways to improve the current layout and what needs changed. Notes are included in the spreadsheet but I am more then willing to take questions. I've included an example of my current system within the datasheet. By no means are my clamped numbers anywhere near what I suggest in the example. To give you an example I'm seeing right around 500Wrms TOTAL clamped. I've tossed this together before work so if there are issues let me know... Thanks
the download worked for me.....got the email as well
many thanx for your good work
good luck on your journey
take care and have fun
glade it works.
I know the whole spreadsheet is very basic. Also the link provided in you PM to me is another option its also all speculation. It's very hard to determine what the stock electrical in one Car is compared to another car. Just shows you how virtually impossible it is to determine with any accuracy what will perform and what won't.
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