$10 of fuses, and a $7 fuse distribution block, to protect my car's electrical system. (besides wire upgrade)
I'm putting together my new system, this is what i intend on doing with the power lines.
Small fuses for the power supply line.
I have the stock 130 amp alternator, and my van uses 50 amps Max (max, lights, wipers, blower...) this leaves 80 amps to play with.
My PPI 1000.1 sub amplifier (fused to 120 amps) will have a 40 amp fuse in line going to it.
MY PPI 900.4 front stage amplifier (fused to 75 Amps) also will have a 40 amp fuse in line going to it. Might have to change it to 30A, 50A if my 10" sub blows the fuse.
My intent for this keep me from pushing my electrical to far and damaging stuff.
If i can get adequate volume with under 80 amps drawn, i should not need any other electrical upgrades. If not enough volume, then then at least i will know how loud i can play it safely until i can pay for other upgrades.
Anybody else ever try this?