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Default Fuse question for BC 3500 and C1100.4?

What kind of fusing would be needed for the pair? External, inline?

Im in the planning stages of a system right now and trying to map out exactly what ill need.


Plans are a HO alt up front, (2) runs of Knu 0/1 cable to the rear, and (2) G31 batteries in the trunk for electrical. Running the 1100.4 @ 4 ohm stereo for my front stage and the 3500d @ 1 ohm for my subs, is that looking like a strong enough electrical to keep me @ 14v idle?
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as for fuses. you would want to do an inline fuse of 300-350 for the mono and 150-200ah for the 4 channel amp. as for the electrical. it looks fine. also purchase a volt meter just to keep an eye on what type of voltage your amp is seeing.
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as for fuses. you would want to do an inline fuse of 300-350 for the mono and 150-200ah for the 4 channel amp. as for the electrical. it looks fine. also purchase a volt meter just to keep an eye on what type of voltage your amp is seeing.

Thats kind of what I had in mind for the 3500d and about what I was guessing for the 1100.4, but just wanted to be sure about it, thanks

And I have a Scorpion volt meter around here somewhere, if not, ill just buy something else.
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What kind of fusing would be needed for the pair? External, inline?

Im in the planning stages of a system right now and trying to map out exactly what ill need.


Plans are a HO alt up front, (2) runs of Knu 0/1 cable to the rear, and (2) G31 batteries in the trunk for electrical. Running the 1100.4 @ 4 ohm stereo for my front stage and the 3500d @ 1 ohm for my subs, is that looking like a strong enough electrical to keep me @ 14v idle?
Like Newarkbeast said, a 300amp ANL for the BC3500d and 150amp ANL for the C1100.4 will be the proper sizes to run.
Electrical-wise that will be a fine starting point for the amps and should be enough for them for daily use depending on how loud you like to play while driving. You most likely will be dropping only into the low-mid 13s while at idle, which is sufficient
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