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    Is monster p400 0 gauge good power wire?

    I am going to do the big 3 on my 99 grand prix and was looking for some good wire. $70 is my limit and this wire costs that on ebay. Also will I need an inline fuse on the positive wire? If so how big? I currently have the stock alt and batt but hope to upgrade to a dc power 270 amp alt and optima battery soon. Thanks.







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    Re: Is monster p400 0 gauge good power wire?

    1) save a little more and get better wire. Look into Knu Konceptz.
    2) you don't NEED a fuse, I run a XP270 and that shit was expensive. I don't wanna risk it so I run a fuse
    3) please don't waste your money on a over prices optima.. Get a real battery, Deka, XS POwer, something along one lines, a sealed Dry cell batt.

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