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Chevy Cobalt LT - Sound System help

2008 Chevy Cobalt LT - 115 amp altenator
What is the maximum (RMS) wattage of amplifiers that i can run off the Alt. without causing damage?

I am looking to add 900w (RMS) 1800w (Max). Thanks!

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the only way you can damage your alternator is to not properly ground your amplifier get a bigger battery a optima deepcycle (Yellow one) battery will help so you can use it with out turning your vehicle on.

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