I have a sony xplod 760 watt max amplifer in my 94 ford explorer with a stock alternator that i believe is rated at 95 amps. The amp runs fine to a point but then as soon as i crank it real high and the subs kick it drops the alternator level from 14.4 to about 11 or so. Im not sure if a capacitor will be enough to solve this problem. I also am running a Pioneer 480 watt max amplifier for the full range speakers. If i got a capacitor would i need to get 2, one for each amp. Before i got the sub amp the car handled the other amp with no problems...Also is Lightning Audio a bad brand of a capacitor or are they all pretty much the same. I know the total solution would probably be to get a new alternator and capacitor but do you think that just puting in two caps would keep the level dropping so dramatically. Im not an expert at this so any advice would be appriciated.