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Discussion in 'Automotive Electrical' started by TheViking, Nov 19, 2006.
Is this correct?
you can ground to the battery...would simplify things.
Just use some 0 gauge for the battery ground
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when????!!!do you get it.
lol, your jonesing more than me, i asked him for a month to pay for it, it will end up costing me about $900.00 canadian by the time i get it here.
Well, I tell ya what......it looks good and it will serve you VERY well for years if you respect it!!!!
Those amps are classic. kind of like a 57 chevy or 32 ford.......dont abuse it and enjoy its musical properties........then once in a while...DO A BURNOUT WITH IT to show the occasional phucktard with 3000 watts what a REAL amp will do!! (just be sure to tell them its an old 200 watt Orion amp)
HAHA, YES! Sounds like a plan.
Maybe this will be better
I did notice a difference when i changed ground locations in my car so am thinking of running the ground too. I put caraudiotalk on the picture i can take it off if it's a problem, just don't want anyone else taking it and using as their own.
you can do that...looks fine
Was thinking of this or something close to it, a cheapy
Although there is nothing technically wrong with running a ground wire to the rear of the car for the second battery, It really is not necassary. The car itself is in effect a ground, and perfectly capable of carrying the required current for your application. One other thing i would like to suggest, STRONGLY suggest, wherever you mount the amp, do not let the ground wire extend past 18 inch's. So this means that if it is on the other side of the car of where the battery is, just ground it to the chassis, NOT the battery.
Probably a simple answer but why do you suggest that the ground be no longer then 18 inches? Just wondering because my last system had 3' of ground (was a install kit) and now that you mention this I'll make sure my next system's ground is 18 inches.
the shorter the wire is the less resistance there will be, which means more power! basically
ok the link for that site is not working so here's what i'm thinking of getting:
Motomaster Commercial / Heavy-Duty Truck Battery
Provides up to 625 CCA
2½ years total warranty
1 year free replacement
For larger farm tractors and/or transport trucks
That appears to be a 6 volt battery, you will need 2 of them hooked in series
oh, ok was wondering why it is so cheap