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    Is my stock electrical capable?

    I'm going to be running a Flatlyne Incriminator 12 inch sub @ 1 ohm of an Soundqubed Q1-1200 (4 awg) and a Clarion XC1410 @ 80 rms 2 ohms on the fronts.

    My Acura MDX is equipped with a stock 130 amp alternator and my battery is only 1 year old and is the gold series from Advance Auto. Am I pushing it? If so is it ok to just dial back the gain on the Q1 to like 800 rms? The sub is rated for 750 rms.



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    Re: Is my stock electrical capable?

    just do the big 3 and your set, that would easily handle what your throwing at it.

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    you can push more power to that sub also man.



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    Re: Is my stock electrical capable?

    you'll be fine



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    Re: Is my stock electrical capable?

    My 2001 Lincoln Continental has a 140 amp alternator and at night even with HID headlights I get no dimming. I'm running 1600W RMS with 2 gauge wiring, front battery is ~6 months old with a XS Power D680 in the trunk. Voltage never gets below 13V with the engine running and never below 12 with the engine off, used to dip to 10-11V with a 5 farad capacitor and 600W RMS. You should be golden, and if you do get dimming just pick up a little XS Power battery like I did for $120.




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