High Cap Battery

High Cap Battery
high-output alternator you can get is 140 amp, but I'm running 2300WRMS, what should I do?!?

Well, I have a popular car is a 2002 mitsubishi mirage, and most alt. I can find is an amplifier 140. i am not going to buy a custom for a 1,000 or more dollars. I am running a Hifonics amp 2600 watts RMS at 1 ohm. should I get a lid on the top of the ALT, or a battery? also what would happen if I did get one of these? What size? thanks and cover

Well there's really nothing else you can do unless you find a high output alternator or take your car to a garage full and manufacture custom braces to run 2 alternators. When a car is running a 12v batter will usually show some part around 12.4 to 13.2. Amps = Watts / V and to approximatly would give about 185 amps. So with that setting you need a system that will allow draw 185 amps of electric system if your amp does 2400 rms Truley. Now keep in mind when current travels directly through the cable that dissipativity. So depending on the size of driver to use, how far to install the cable, the length of the land is the stage, and a good sign that you have in your RCA and will depend cable and the voltage and the relationship of the distortion in the roof. So for the type of amplifier is based amps the system will have perhaps 200 dissipativity watts. So keep this in mind when deciding what you will.

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