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post #1 of 25 Old 12-08-2012, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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lookin 4 "Big 3 upgrade" pics-

Was lookin at the pics in the "engine bay's lets see 'em" thread and noticed the extra cables in one of the post. (big 3 upgrade) Was wondering if anybody has a good diagram or some good pics on this for a "how do". Also is the welding cable that was seen in the pic needed or what would you say minimum sizr should be. Thanks 4 your time! J.

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I googled it and couldn't find much for ford but lots of write ups for Chevy. I am definitely interested also.


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It just insures you have adequate grounding and power. The make and model of the vehicle doesn't matter. It's all pretty much the same idea vehicle to vehicle.

The “Big 3” upgrade is a swap or addition to these three cables:

1) Alternator positive cable that runs to the positive terminal of the battery
2) Negative battery cable that runs from the battery to the vehicles chassis
3) Chassis grounding cable that runs to the engine block

Use #1 or welding wire for this job. On our trucks I suggest running one grnd to the engine and one to the frame, then grnd the cab to the engine or the frame.

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It just insures you have adequate grounding and power. The make and model of the vehicle doesn't matter. It's all pretty much the same idea vehicle to vehicle.

The “Big 3” upgrade is a swap or addition to these three cables:

1) Alternator positive cable that runs to the positive terminal of the battery
2) Negative battery cable that runs from the battery to the vehicles chassis
3) Chassis grounding cable that runs to the engine block

Use #1 or welding wire for this job. On our trucks I suggest running one grnd to the engine and one to the frame, then grnd the cab to the engine or the frame.
Thanks Mitch what do think is a good choice 1/0 welding cable or go even bigger with some 2/0 or is that overkill?


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What Gary said ^^^
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Does any one have some pics for this mod a little foggy still. Visuals always help


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First pic, cable goes from batt positive to alt post. Second pic, batt negative to body, you can see the cable coming from negative post and loops to where i'm pointing. You can forget about frame to motor pic, it's raining out and muddy!!







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do you have to run the positive from alt to both batteries or just one ? If just one, which one ?
How bout ground ?

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