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So my 50ft if execution audio 0/1 gauge will be here tomorrow, and I'm wondering if the way I have this set up is going to cause any issues with current flow, i will be upgrading to 2 runs of execution rather then one run of audio pipe, I have my rear battery (xs xp3000) to my wal mart deep cycle by way of that black post adapter. I have it that way so when I charge my batteries I can unhook them with the wing nut and charge them with ease (since they are different types of batteries) equipment being used is a FI sp4 15 on a dd m3a at .7ohm and a sound stream tx4.560. Which are both connected directly to the rear batt.

Also, if you get this far, is there a big difference in ring terminals? Will the local stereo shop ones suffice? Besides the jacked up price.



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Should be fine. Provided the terminals are decent
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Should be fine. Provided the terminals are decent
I guess if I'm having unreasonable drop in that back I can swap posts with the other wires and see if that solves it. Is there gonna be any noticeable difference if I just get whatever ring terminals (0/1) tat my local shop has versus ordering like knu or something online?
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Probably not much. Could go to napa or something and get 1/0 copper terms too if the others seem suspect.
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Probably not much. Could go to napa or something and get 1/0 copper terms too if the others seem suspect.
That or your local trucking parts store, they deal with 1/0 more often than some napa/car parts stores and you may have more luck.

Use copper terminals, and make sure you crimp/solder them on good and you won't have a problem. Preferably I would solder them on, but as long as you do a good proper crimp in it you won't notice much of a difference.
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Affixing them firmly is as important as terminal itself. Loose connections are known for issues.
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