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So for an audioque 2200 I should get a D1200? I will keep my stock battery up front and run a power wire directly from the alt to the bat in the trunk.

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So for an audioque 2200 I should get a D1200? I will keep my stock battery up front and run a power wire directly from the alt to the bat in the trunk.

If you are just wanting a secondary battery then yes the D1200 would work. I would run the power wire and ground wire from the front battery to the back battery, and fuse the power wire just after the front battery and just before the back battery.

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Will I be okay with a 270 amp alternator and 1 d3100 running about 4,500rms from a crescendo 3kwp I'll amp my mids and highs too just not sure how much power yet

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Will I be okay with a 270 amp alternator and 1 d3100 running about 4,500rms from a crescendo 3kwp I'll amp my mids and highs too just not sure how much power yet

I would recommend replacing your stock batt with the best fit option and running D3100 in the back near the amps.

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what do i need to power 2 RF t40001bd amps and 1 t8004 for my highs, maybe 10,000 watts max? it will be in a '00 honda civic si and i am not sure about alts for it yet.

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what do i need to power 2 RF t40001bd amps and 1 t8004 for my highs, maybe 10,000 watts max? it will be in a '00 honda civic si and i am not sure about alts for it yet.

Depends on how much room you have to work with and if you want to run the bigger batteries or smaller batteries.

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Depends on how much room you have to work with and if you want to run the bigger batteries or smaller batteries.

i was thinking of replacing the front with whatever baby battery you have that will fit and then maybe 3 d1200 or 4 d925's in the back. would those combos support the amps i want to run? and thanks for your help.

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