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Old 11-14-2013, 02:28 PM   #1
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2014 GT Alternator amps?

I am wanting to add a few 12" subs and a 1500-2000 watt class D amp to my stock system. Does anyone know how many amps the stock alternator puts out on a 14' automatic GT? Also, will the stock alt will be able to handle to power? I read somewhere that the manual GT's had a 150 amp alternator, but I'm not sure if the automatic is the same. I want to be able to get the most power possible without upgrading the alternator or battery.

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You will either have to get farad capacitors or smaller batteries to provide power to your amp. This will save your alternator and electrical system. The rule is 1 farad per 1000 watts.
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