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I am building out the under side of the rear seat in my 06 to hold 4 8's which I got the idea from a post here about a year ago. with it I replaced all the speakers and have removed the original HU and AMP.

I know I need to rewire it all and have a multi amp install kit from Street Wire that came with a 1.5 cap and fuse blocks and the rest of the works.

My question is how do I connect the cap into the system? I am assuming that I run the positive from the battery and the negative 9from the grounded chasis) to the cap and than route to the amps from there but would like comp.

Also with running two amps and the cap. I want to know do I need to go to a second battery or is the stock one good enough?

Chris
 

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go to www.caraudioforum.com and search "big 3" upgrade. This is a simple upgrade that eliminates the need for a cap.
 

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yea caps, are usually overrated and not needed, im running 1500watts atm, and it will barely dim the lights if any on the big hits
 

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yea caps, are usually overrated and not needed, im running 1500watts atm, and it will barely dim the lights if any on the big hits
i have heard the same things, even cases where these caps blow up. i have about 1350 watts and ive never had any problems with it except for headlight dim which is no biggie.
 

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I had trouble searching for the Big 3 upgrade on the CarAudioForum. Can someone cut and past it for me?

I would love to go with out the CAP since it is causing an issue with putting the rear seats up so that I can have passengers in the back of the DC so that would resolve my concern with overheating and discomfort of the passangers (my kids)
 
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