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Okay so two local shops told me two different things. One said I can buy another shuriken bt-20 since i already have one and use it with my stock battery, and the other said to just buy a shuriken bt-140 for the trunk, but when i go online everybody says when you have multiple batteries they should all be the same battery. So which is it? And btw I have a hifonics Brz1700 that will run two Sa-12s at 1 ohm
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Your going to need some good battery backup for that amp at full tilt...going to pull over 160amps...so with that said your gunna need at least 125 or more amp hours in batteries to sustain the amp..I would do 150 total and you woudnt have anything to worry about with voltage or anything and as far as mixing different batteries its not recommended at all different chemistry batteries and different designs charge at different rates and can deplete one battery to fully charge the we one one...so you could prolly just get the shuriken BT 120 or 140 in the trunk and you will be ok
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You shouldn't mix battery chemistry up.

That also includes mixing brands of the same chemistry because some AGMs are geared toward prolonged output vs high current bursts.
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If at all possible do not mix batteries this includes the stock battery as well they all need to be the same if possible
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Your going to need some good battery backup for that amp at full tilt...going to pull over 160amps...so with that said your gunna need at least 125 or more amp hours in batteries to sustain the amp..I would do 150 total and you woudnt have anything to worry about with voltage or anything and as far as mixing different batteries its not recommended at all different chemistry batteries and different designs charge at different rates and can deplete one battery to fully charge the we one one...so you could prolly just get the shuriken BT 120 or 140 in the trunk and you will be ok
Okay thanks. Since they should both be the same how do I find out which battery fits where my stock battery goes? I have a 2014 Ford Focus and there isn't much extra room for a huge battery.
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look up your stock replacment battery on autozone or call a parts store and have them tell you what it is and ask for the measurments...and find the closest to those measurments
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