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  1. that's what i'm thinking. i guess they just haven't worked with lithium batteries. i figured i had the right idea. Thanks for the response
  2. Is a 70ah lithium and one 370 amp alt enough for a dc 9k? I was talking to a local shop and they were pretty insistent that I run 2 or 3 alts. I’m not sure if they have worked with lithium batteries before. Are these things really as magical as they seem to be?
  3. I think at this point I’m just going to delete the battery completely. I’ve drawn up a diagram of how I think I should wire it. 3 runs alt>distribution positive>fuse>lithium positive 3 runs alt frame bolt>under hood ground 3 runs under hood ground> distribution negative 3 runs distribution negative>lithium negative 3 runs lithium negative> rear chassis ground then I could just connect the starter/accessories wires that come off the stock battery onto the new distribution blocks right? Diagram picture: I’ve drawn like 4 of these but I want to make sure because my next purchases is going to be wiring and a new alternator.
  4. Simple enough. Is there any precautions with this? Should a special charger be used on a super cap? What if the car needs jumped etc? How reliable is this in a daily driver
  5. So I have plans to run a limitless 45ah in the back.. The original plan was to completely delete the battery under hood since I shouldn't run lithium under the hood since it's too hot, and I shouldn't mix AGM and lithium together. So instead of completely deleting the battery under the hood, what about running a super cap under the hood? https://limitlesslithium.com/limitless-super-cap-battery/ Is this safe to have under the hood and run with a limitless 45ah in the back? Alt will be a mechman 370
  6. I see. On my setup, with dual 1.4 coils I should have a nominal load of .7 before rise. I guess it’s not a huge deal, but if I’m going to be rising then wouldn’t it make more sense to get a more powerful amp? Are there any ways to limit rise?
  7. Quick question, so when you say you’re wired @ .35 , that’s what you should see at the wires right? Then you’re rising from .35 to 1.1 ohm? so does that mean I can wire at .35 on a one ohm stable amp as long as it’s rising to 1 ohm, the amp won’t protect? Or is it the impedance at the wires?
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