I do believe that is my remaining option, so tomorrow I'll be up early to try that...
I have had seemingly "good" grounds that were actually terrible. Change your rear ground and test the resistance between that point and your front battery's negative terminal.
It would be best to grab some more wire and run it all the way to the front batt to avoid all of these issues.
HU: Pioneer 880-prs
Mid/High Amp: MB Quart DSC4125
Front Stage: PG mids/Vifa tweets running active
Sub Amp: DD Z1
Sub: 10" Mach 5 SPL/Hybrid 1.25ft^3 @ 38hz
DC Power Alt
And x2 to the batts not helping above ~13V, anything above that is all on the alty until voltage drops to battery level.
2,500+ designs since March 2011
So basically, if you don't have a HO alt up front, no matter how much reserve you have in the rear, you're always going to have voltage drop?
is your wire directional that might add a little resistance
still have alot of stuff i need to invest in
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