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    & red is right, if you can find a 140 it'll do even.... but since your doing it already..... may as well go for the big un, unless it's a huge difference in price....

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbocad6
    a 180 will definatly do it all on it's own, & you won't need any bandaids like a cap really.....
    I can get a 160amp a 180 and a 200 amp....which one should I get?
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    how much are they?
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    the 160amp is 260, and the 180 is 300 and the 200 is 400
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    180.... for $40 more no question about it.....

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    I agree with Turbo here!
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    OK so NOW i am getting my alty from Dom Iraggi, he is supposed to be the GOD Of Alternators, he is much more expensive but he make better quality Alternators,

    He is charging for a 180amp alty $379 and for the 200amp alty he wants $400, what would you go with, with my system? You think 180 is plenty?
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    yeh, 180 is plenty, but then again $21 isn't much.... I'd prolly go for the 200 anyway......

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    you think the more amperage you go the more probs u will have with the alty/car
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    the only reason that would ever be a problem is if the regulator went out on it...and that's not something that would keep me from buying the bigger alternator

    I'd go 200 for the extra 20 bucks honnestly
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