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  1. Hey guys what's up...so I'm new to all this car audio forum stuff and am trying to fumble f__k my way through this post....so here it is...I am old school and have all old school shit....I'm looking at powering this beast of a system.....I have all of this in an 04 toyota tundra access cab limited.....basically I have around 20k of power needs....I'm running 2 DVC 10's by cerwin vega...2 DVC 12's by cerwin vega...3 different cerwin 6.5 component systems...head unit is 10.6 inch touchscreen with every bell and whistle imaginable....for power I'm old school also with a lanzar 8k velocity amp..(2 channel) for the 10's...a lanzar 2.5k velocity amp...(4 channel) for components.....a power acoustic 10k amp for my 12's.....I have a stinger 10 Farad cap.....now my problem is how to power all this equip.....I'm looking into the deka farm batteries....there was another who posted about this same dilemma....I ask....what about rv batteries....and can I put 24 volt batteries in the bed and step them down to 12 volt....and have less batteries....I don't want to go into debt for the rest of my life trying to power this system....I have pics of all this build that I will upload as soon as I figure out how...and I think yall will get a kick and some amazement out of my enclosure fabrication...I also have fiber optic lighting inside...lighted wheel rings and underglow outside....it's a lot of juice I need and I don't want 20 batteries...what's my best solution
  2. I have for sale: 1 Sundown SAZ-3500D v2 $650 +shipping 2 15" Memphis MOJO M3 motors with PSI soft parts/baskets.(1800w RMS each) $225 each/$400 both +shipping 2 XS Power XP3000 Batteries $225 each/$400 both +shipping I can also do local pickup and can drive some depending on distance SAZ-3500D v2 great shape no damage at all except small nicks where its been mounted PSI MOJOs motors are older orange basket M3s have scratching on bottom. soft parts in good shape. XP3000s have post terminals for both. also have 556 multi top post adapters if desired.
  3. I was just wondering if 4 of these batteries will be good for a car audio system. 2,000 watts RMS? This is the only best battery that I can fine in my own town. I can't get XS Power or anything like that. They do sell Kinetik at this one place but they are marked up 50% higher then SonicElectronix & I don't want to mail order any car batteries. There Shuriken batteries at another store too. there marked up high like the Kinetik. I like to buy them in store, If anything gose wrong with them. I can just drive to the store & return it. These Nautilus AGM Deep Cycle batteries are in stock ready to buy. Motomaster Nautilus AGM Deep Cycle 12 volt Battery C$259.99 Brand Name - Nautilus Cranking Amps - 1110 Application - AGM Dimensions - 13 x 6-5/8 x 9-7/16-in Amp Hours - 100 Group Size - 31 Free Warranty Replacement Period - 18 Total Warranty Period - 48 Voltage - 12 Weight - 71 lbs Reserve Capacity - 200