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I have a 600 watt amp and 2 12" subs, and the Gold Series Neon undercar lights. I was thinking about getting the March pulleys but would the battery be able to take all of this? Would I have charging problems?

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Well it is not the battery, it is the alternator that will supply the power when the car is running.

As for the underdrive pulleys, you might have a problem at idle. You can raise the idle RPM to solve this problem.

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It would also help if you would get a good capacitor, like a 1 Farad.
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I have a 600 watt amp and 2 12" subs, and the Gold Series Neon undercar lights. I was thinking about getting the March pulleys but would the battery be able to take all of this? Would I have charging problems?
Get rid of the neon and install the pulleys. But, don't put the alternator pulley on. In my opinion, I wouldn't buy them at all. They are not great quality. Mine warped a year after i put em on, and didn't notice a power increase anyway...

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