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  2. Blackout92

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    07-17-19 #2

    Default Re: Dimming headlights and amp rack

    You should have a beefed up alternator already and dual batteries because your motor is high compression it needs more power to turn over. So id say throw some true ofc 0 gauge to your alternator and both batteries and you should be good. And as for the amps if just hide those under the seats no need for an amp rack plus its extra weight. I could see if you wanted a show vehicle.

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  3. AdamJensen

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    05-21-20 #3

    Default Re: Dimming headlights and amp rack

    The best way is to turn to a professional auto electrician. To learn more about auto wiring, it will be easier for you to figure out
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