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You guys think that with the big 3 and a single D3100 in the back and a D2700 up front that an AQ 3500 could be run @ .5 Ohm? Ik it can run @ .5, just don't know if this electrical could hold it?
 

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HO alt??? otherwise no way for daily, should be fine for a burp though...
Pretty sure they dont make a HO alt for the car its going in.
 

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you'd be hard pressed to run it at 1ohm daily with just 2 batts unless the vehicle has a strong factory alt. Pretty sure it draws 320amps at 1ohm, so even more at .5ohm...
 

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:confused1:Stock Alt is 110 Amp
 

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Without a doubt need more juice than that.

If you can't get an aftermarket alt I'd recommend at least another 3100.
 

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Just found a 220amp. Mitsubishi 1995 3000GT
 

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Think thatd be my best bet. 220a alt, d2700, and d3100.
 

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Should be good with the alt and 2 batts. Just be sure you have a couple of wire runs.
 

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Yea, we'll be using Knu, which is close to 2/0, so a single power and GND should be good.
 

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The more runs the better. Just be sure you have equal numbers of power and ground runs.
 

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Yea but with a 220a alt, 1/0 will be plenty to carry that to the back. Only time is might be an issue is when they it and they draw from the front batt.
 

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Exactly. And you'll be drawing from the front battery a good bit. If you had a huge bank in the back, then multiple runs would basically be pointless. But you don't. You're depending on the combination of 2 batteries to power your setup, which means they need to be as close to 1 battery as possible in terms of resistance. This means more wire.
 
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