What good battery to power my hemi nd system

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  1. 1BadRam08

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    What good battery to power my hemi nd system ,I have a system with 2 8in 900rms watts nd have an amp of 1500 watts but instead of getting a capacitor I think I should get a battery or a better alternator.


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    I would recommend going with a secondary battery, one specifically to run your audio equipment. this would also prevent your headlights from dimming when your bass hits hard.
     
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    I think that's what ima do but I wanna have the battery under the hood but I couldn't find room for it

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    Look into the XS power or stinger secondary batteries their about half the size of the regular battery and can be mounted in the cab and in any position.
     
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    Ight thanks I'll look into that but would I need a power cable running to the original battery to give it power to the 2nd one or no


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    Yep you would need to run a power wire and ground it to the body wherever you mount it. also make sure you put in a fusable link between your secondary battery and your amp. Sounds like a lot to do but if you plan your work it will be pretty simple.
     
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