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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 10:25 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Muahahaha! I could think of a few things to do with a 50farad cap.... Something to do with the metal toilet seats in porta-potties around here maybe. Whoops, got a little off topic. :S

A high quality battery should be good enough to handle sudden draws in current. People tell me that when my subs are hittin' my headlights dim. However that is probably because I didn't redo lots of my grounds like I should. Re-doing grounds with fatter wire and more contact is the easiest way to fix somethin like this.

I think my Stinger SPV35 battery will put out about 2500amps for a few seconds before problems - and this was a 100usd battery.
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