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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

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    More proof.
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    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Wha kind of a car is that?



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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by LoudCrownVic
    Wha kind of a car is that?
    You know what that is.



    Caraudio.com - Where the average member couldn't wire a SPST toggle if they had to.


    More proof.
    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_as View Post
    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    i dont...and i was wondering

    I'm jealous.



    pretty funnay eugy

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    what kinda car? seriously



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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    1993 Chevrolet Caprice Classic (5.0L)



    Caraudio.com - Where the average member couldn't wire a SPST toggle if they had to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_as View Post
    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    WTF, i SO knew that....omg im wee todd it...



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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Dude, any reason all the power wire is different colors? Seems that the driver's side alt has two grounds (one on the bracket, one on the alt).

    Juan




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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by OldOneEye
    Dude, any reason all the power wire is different colors? Seems that the driver's side alt has two grounds (one on the bracket, one on the alt).

    Juan
    Nope, it has one ground.

    Coming off the charging lead on the Driver's side (HO Alt), there are TWO runs of 1/0 to the rear D31 Optima Yellow Top.

    Color of wire doesn't matter.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    thats awsome man.




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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    93 Caprice 9C1 Here, 5.7l Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


    nah but I might try to find another stock 9C1 alt, rated at 140

    Did you make new brackets or what



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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nukedsodapop
    93 Caprice 9C1 Here, 5.7l Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


    nah but I might try to find another stock 9C1 alt, rated at 140

    Did you make new brackets or what
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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    I know it doesn't matter, just thought he would have just bought a 50 foot roll of the same color or something like that.

    Needs a little polishing (zip ties and the battery picture are a bit sketchy).

    Juan


    Quote Originally Posted by ngsm13
    Nope, it has one ground.

    Coming off the charging lead on the Driver's side (HO Alt), there are TWO runs of 1/0 to the rear D31 Optima Yellow Top.

    Color of wire doesn't matter.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by OldOneEye
    I know it doesn't matter, just thought he would have just bought a 50 foot roll of the same color or something like that.

    Needs a little polishing (zip ties and the battery picture are a bit sketchy).

    Juan
    LMAO, he did... bought two rolls of 1/0...

    Also, we held up the tranny of a 68Nova with those style zip ties... that battery isn't moving. It's only temporary.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    For the cheapo looking install...

    I did most of this install including the alts and wiring the trunk in 2 evenings almost completely by myself...

    I wanted the stuff in and done. I'll make it pretty later. The car has ~240,000 miles on it and really doesn't look that great either. I'm not expecting to win any pretty awards. just about everything I have will transfer to the next car I'm getting.

    And for the different color of wire... I know what each wire does just by looking at it no second guessing... so I have no reason to spend anymore money just to get the jackets matching.

    All in all, i just don't care how it looks right now, as long as it performs, that's all that counts.



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    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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