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post #1 of 8 Old 11-22-2011, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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anyone have any suggestions? im leaning twords alternatorparts.com but was wonduring if anyone have any exp with others. ( not going with db either)

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becareful what battery and alt amprage you run together you could blow the batteries up but try these links nations is expensive & pertty but there sopose to be the best? the quality link is the best bang 4 the buck make sure you know what your alt is puttin out now and what your draw needs to be i wouldnt go higher than like a 200 amp that might even be to much, hope the links help?!
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ive been doing alot of reading and never heard of anyone blowing them up. i know i need to upgrade my cables to 2/0 and fuse it. i was planning on going with a 200 amp. thanks for the reply.

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After a lot of research, I bought a 200a from alternatorparts.com and highly recommend them.
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thanks snake. did you upgrade your wires to? did u make them?

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I didn't upgrade any of my ground wires, but I did add another cable between the batteries and upgraded the wire from my alt to my passenger side battery. I made my own and bought everything from NAPA.
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i was wondering if upgrading the grounds mattered as much. how long have u been running ur setup?

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Probably coming up on 2 years now, and I have definitely put it through its paces.
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