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    How much power is too much for almost stock?

    I'm mostly worried about alt damage. I'm looking at a system around 1800w on a 136a alt with 1/0 big three and a duralast platinum. The system's going in a 2001 Jeep GC with a V8, so the alt is almost 13 years old if that helps any







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    Re: How much power is too much for almost stock?

    run a 2nd bat if u need to but u shld be fine just check voltage i have a 130 amp alt with big 3 a optima up front and a shurkin in the back and im running 1/0 welding cable my amps never see below 13.5 and that was with a 2k amp



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