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In short, a heavy gauge wire goes from your stock system to the motor *Censored*. The motor *Censored* then goes to a bank of batteries. The advantage to a *Censored* is you can increase the voltage with a voltage regulator. The disadvantage is price and its dangerous having batteries in the cab with you b/c of noxious gases that batteries (even sealed batteries) can release. You're looking at probably $1500 for a *Censored* setup.
I can't post it from my blackberry, but there's some youtube vids on *Censored*.
One word of "caution" or "wisdom" is as I said in your other post. Going from 800w swing to 1500w swing is going to be little to no difference on the receiving end. In order to create 1 s-unit of receive you would have to triple the output. So to go from 6 lbs to 7 lbs to a far off station would mean the difference of 800w to 2400w. If you can't get to that number it wouldn't do a ton of good unless your just trying to key over the driver next to you who's running 1000w and your doing the 800 and want to be doing 1500. That's a lot of cash to throw at a pissing match. Trust me, I've been there haha.
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