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StoneSour
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StoneSour Dec 20, 6:17am - #355085 

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Audio guys , quick help

I recently installed 2 12" subs with a 460W amp. I really dont wanna run any risk of having fading lights or even my batt dying on me.SO what do you guys recomend: A new batt?(optima/sears gold line) or a Capacitor ? Thanx for the help.
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FloydianSlip6
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FloydianSlip6 Dec 20, 6:23am - #355086 

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since that really won't be a very high powered system a cap should work just fine.
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Axio
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Axio Dec 20, 8:39am - #355087 

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i think a cap would be good for now, but if you intend on doing anything else that requires a power usage, i'd reccomend both.

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celicadragon Dec 20, 2:01pm - #355088 

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get the cap and if money is no problem an optima batterry and a stinger alternator and a grounding system would have yuor electrical system working nice and powerful

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Live42day
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Live42day Dec 20, 3:32pm - #355089 

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No one mentioned this: Make sure you use 4 gauge power wire! Hehe thumbsup

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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