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  1. I agree!! I will be ordering that as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Well then! Lol. I didn’t even go look in my truck hah I believe it will work then. They are backordered untill January. They make 2 models. One with fixed voltage. One with adjustable. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Maybe I’m mistaken Does our trucks have the 2 pin? I was under impression they were the 4. If they are 2 then I believe the us alternator pcm module will work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. US alternators makes a PCM controller but it doesn’t work with the new four pin Gm plug as of yet Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Ah ok I have the bucket seats in the front no Bose truck. Tons of room under there. Very easy to get wires in there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Do you have the center console? There is tons of room under there. Eventually down the road I’m going to do 4 x8 v3 get another Rockford amp and move the highs amp and dsp under the console. That’s where I hid my previous amp alpine pdx v5 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Get components for the front. This is my second stereo redo I had the tweets in the dash first. There are a few company’s that make mounts. Sound damping is the key Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. i just need to get that bass dialed in. im placing my order with down4sound tonight, will be doing alternator monday.
  9. i went way overboard and did 3 layers of sound deading in each door and made thermoformed plastic panels to cover to window openings. i drilled and pressed threaded inserts into the doors so the panels are removable for window motor access. I'm running focal ps165fc components in the front run active off of the alpine amp. focal pc165f coaxials in the rear running off a 2 channel mini audio control amp. Im using the pac amp pro to integration into the factory screen for chime control. the midbass is nuts. right now i have the tweeter pods screwed into the sail panels but when i have some more time i will make some custom rings and body work them in! I will be running a lot of grounds. I ordered the northstar battery group 94 and some knu concepts battery terminals.
  10. thats what i was afraid of doing. i do see guys getting a self excite and just living with the dash light. Yes i agree us alternator i think is the move. I am hearing mixed reviews about mechman, some people say they last for years some people have bad experiences. this is my daily, work truck, I think I'm also going to replace the stepentine belt.
  11. im just having a real hard time deciding what alternator to purchase. im goign to stay away from the second bettery for now but will be running multiple groupds. I have 2 1/0 runs to the back and will have 2 1/0 grounds to the frame and 1 1/0 to the body. will be doing a few 1/0 grounds in the engine bay but using the ground sensor. I wish i could use 2 of them to make it easier to run grounds.
  12. Im sure it would be fine if I ran the system as is, but i dont want to put unnecessary strain on the electrical system of the truck. I also have a lot of lights installed as well.
  13. Im running a Alpine X-a70F on the front stage 70A Fuse 120rmsx4 rear speakers on on a audiocontrol ACM 4.300 bridged 150rmsx2 DSP is a alpine pxe-8050s 30 amp fuse bass amp is rockford t1500-bdcp pushes like 1800-1900rms x 1ohm
  14. ah ok i got you. I think I'm going to go with the northstar 94 and a 300a high output in the stock position. the stock alternator just doesn't have it.
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