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    Icon9 need some more power for my yaris

    well HOalt or a second alternator are the most obvious solutions for more continuous pwer, i don't know about any other ways. I have a 2007 toyota yaris base edition. and i wold like to be able to power my system. i have a total of five amps whose amp rating are around 200 amps.( i kinda doubt that i will be using each of my amplifier's maximum output ratings so you can probably subtract a few amps total.)

    k here are my amps fuse ratings:

    BA gt-24: 3x20A
    MA audio HK 1000D: 2x30A
    2 of JL Audio e2150: 20A each
    JBL gt0 75.2: 1x30A
    coustic xm6 crossover linedriver: approx 2A

    now the easiest soluton would be to replace the stock alternator, but i can't find any HOalt for my vehicle.

    the next idea would be to get a second alt. but i have no idea if this would work

    if anybody has any suggestions to get a lot more continous power to this vehicle id aprreciate it

    *** all parts are currently stock, and i have a 1/0 kit in my closet with a 250 Amp fuse.







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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    a second battery, or better yet....


    a V8 and a large case alt...



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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    May I ask why you have all these amps? ie: What does each amp power?

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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    welcome to the forum.

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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    k my 2 jl e2150 are bridged to power one component set each

    my hk1000d is wired down to 8ohm for 250watt output for my two midbasses(kinda waste of an amp i know)

    my jbl gt0 75.2 powers two midrange speakers prob my rear since it will be less powerfull than the other midrange

    and my BA GT-24 is bridged @ 2 ohm to provide 900 watts rms to my BA spg555 @14.4v




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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    Quote Originally Posted by drew113087 View Post
    k my 2 jl e2150 are bridged to power one component set each

    my hk1000d is wired down to 8ohm for 250watt output for my two midbasses(kinda waste of an amp i know)

    my jbl gt0 75.2 powers two midrange speakers prob my rear since it will be less powerfull than the other midrange

    and my BA GT-24 is bridged @ 2 ohm to provide 900 watts rms to my BA spg555 @14.4v


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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    wow.. too many amps.. and lets see pics..

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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    Really buddy...kinda went overboard with all of those amps.

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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    Quote Originally Posted by drew113087 View Post
    well HOalt or a second alternator are the most obvious solutions for more continuous pwer, i don't know about any other ways. I have a 2007 toyota yaris base edition. and i wold like to be able to power my system. i have a total of five amps whose amp rating are around 200 amps.( i kinda doubt that i will be using each of my amplifier's maximum output ratings so you can probably subtract a few amps total.)

    k here are my amps fuse ratings:

    BA gt-24: 3x20A
    MA audio HK 1000D: 2x30A
    2 of JL Audio e2150: 20A each
    JBL gt0 75.2: 1x30A
    coustic xm6 crossover linedriver: approx 2A

    now the easiest soluton would be to replace the stock alternator, but i can't find any HOalt for my vehicle.

    the next idea would be to get a second alt. but i have no idea if this would work

    if anybody has any suggestions to get a lot more continous power to this vehicle id aprreciate it

    *** all parts are currently stock, and i have a 1/0 kit in my closet with a 250 Amp fuse.

    call ohio gen for a alt hey should have one since they have one for a echo and a scion but mine cost $550 it is a 130 amp then get a kinetik 2400 it should fit easily with a lil modification. It does in my echo the yaris might be different under the hood after that you should be set or if you want get a smaller kinetik. I am running 3000 rms which is why i need the big stuff. If you have any questions pm me and ill answer them.



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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    U can fit a HUGE battery (a cactus sounds 9000 fits) under the hood of a yaris


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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    Your MA won't pull but about 15amps max at that load




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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    you dont need a new alt. i have 2 kinetiks and a stock alt and 5000 watts of power. on a song with car on my voltage stays very very good.



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    Re: need some more power for my yaris

    he may not needed it but it will help out alot recharging the batteries faster i know mine took for ever recharging my kinetik 2400 it usally took a 1hr highway drive to go up from 13.5 - 13.6 now it takes maybe 5 mins. Of course maybe the alt are different now on the yaris compared to the echo.



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