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Old 02-19-2009, 06:02 PM
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First, this should have been posted in the Audio and Electronics thread. Then all of the audiophiles on this board would have chimed in a little earlier.

Second, you need to be more specific on what you want. Like someone mentioned before are you looking for a lot of bass so that you can be heard from blocks away? Or are you looking for something that can sooth your stress (extremely SQ oriented)?

Third, we need to know what your budget is and how much work you are willing to put into this system.

Also you need to remember that you are asking people for there opinions, so it may not be the best solution for you but it should help put you in the right direction. Not to mention some of us here have stereo's that are almost worth more than are TVs at the present time.

So give us a little more info and we can help you decide on a system on a budget all the way to the extreme.
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Old 02-19-2009, 06:04 PM
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you'd be surprised, the factory charging system leaves much to be desired

Grrrr plz dont tell me that MAYO3LT ... people keep tellin me that since the alternator puts out 240 amps that it should be fine.. so r u sayin i should go with my gut instinct and just get a cap?
When did the factory alt start putting out 240Amps? If that were the case I wouldn't have bought my 300Amp Iraggi.
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When did the factory alt start putting out 240Amps? If that were the case I wouldn't have bought my 300Amp Iraggi.
thats what i thought too.. but havent had the trucl long enough to look into it... what are the amps that they are putting out???
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I6: 150Amp
5.3L & 6.0 V8 : 145Amp (May correct me if I'm wrong)
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I6: 150Amp
5.3L & 6.0 V8 : 145Amp (May correct me if I'm wrong)
that works for me
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Old 02-19-2009, 06:25 PM
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here is the link to my post about exterior pix.. has my billet grille along with air/fuel gauge on the interior...

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lookin good! was that air/fuel gauge hard to install?
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Old 02-19-2009, 06:33 PM
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lookin good! was that air/fuel gauge hard to install?
mouting wise no... as far as figuring out where to tap into which O2 sensor and what wire.. yeah that took a while.. i wanted to make sure it was the right one and didnt want to poke holes all over my wires.. i couldve just purcheased the kit and made a bung for it.... but my gauge is for strictly cosmetic purposes... i love to watch it "dance".. my SS is stock so i dont need to monitor air/fuel...so i didnt want to spend an extra 100 bucks on a adapter and make a bung just to see the gauge work.. the gauge was only 60$
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