Ok so i have a 96 honda civic 2dr can i run a 5000watt amp on one battery im new at this and was looking for some help

Asked by Nov 11, 2014 at 11:49 PM about the 1996 Honda Civic

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Yes you can but it should be a much larger size. Like a truck battery. Also you should get a higher out put alternator. Relocating the battery into the trunk would be a good idea. Just use high capacity wire. Not that cheap crappie low gage stuff.

Could i just do two batteries

Kinda tight on money right now

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