'99 Camry Xle v6 - Electrical Upgrades? - Alternator, Yellow Top batter, big 3 - Camry Forums - Toyota Camry Forum


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Old 01-14-2008, 12:14 AM
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Default '99 Camry Xle v6 - Electrical Upgrades? - Alternator, Yellow Top batter, big 3

Has anyone done this to their camry?

What is the best Alternator I can get for my camry (best bang for the buck too).

Yellow top battery for it good? <-- How does it compare vs the stock battery anyway?

1/0 Gauge wires?

Will it be able to handle 3000 watts rms?
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Product SKU: 516060
Product Note: Alternator -- w/ Nippondenso80Amp

check that one found it here partsgeek.com/mmparts/alternator/toyota/camry.html
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