Originally Posted by KyrosFactor
Correct me if I am wrong but it would be a good idea to run some 1/0 awg ofc instead of 4 awg. I am a beginner and not a guru. But that's just what I thought.
I would always recommend using 1/0 between the batteries, and typically for 1500 watts I'd recommend it as well but those AP's input terminals are hard to get a true to size 4awg in so without some type of 1/0 to 4awg reducer He'd run into some issues. I always recommend 1/0 to anyone going over 1000-1200 watts clamped power, it gives room to upgrade later without rewiring.
Originally Posted by bones85
I need some advise...I have a 91 ranger sport with a single cab bucket seats and center console...trying to figure out What a decent setup would be either for a single or dual subs...I've looked into The super slim powered subs but I've never heard them in action so I'm unsure if I wanna do that or go for something else...any advise is welcome
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Best bet will be to measure and get dimensions to find out what type of airspace you have to work with, then narrow down subs using that.
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