Alternator question

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I have a '95 Grand AM w/ a 105 amp alternator. Im planning on running maybe 1100-1200 watts with an RE HC. Ill run 4 gauge except from the battery (optima yellow top) which will be 0/1 gauge to a distro block and go to 4 gauge from there. Also planning on using a 1 farad lightning audio cap as well as upgrading the wiring under the hood.

My question is, would the alternator be able to take this power? Should i go for a batcap and a bigger alternator?

 
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