11-08-2006, 05:16 PM
im interested in in stalling ground wires so I wanted to know how to also
what the diference is between voltage stabilisers and ground wires or if it would be good to have bolth and what kinds of gains can i exspect
this might be a good diy
11-08-2006, 05:36 PM
Voltage stabilizer: generally, your electronic devices will get more stabilized voltage, which makes your devices more reliable(or provide more lifetime. eg. headlight bulbs). audio sound quality is also improved(less noise) according to many users..
(Bigger) ground wires: less resistance (which makes less voltage for devices. eg. brighter headlight), (maybe) less voltage difference between ground points (which may improve your audio quality) ?
however, forget about "increased torque", "increased gas mileage". I don't think there would be any meaningful difference in those criteria.
ground wire kits : usually provide less resistance for ground wires. (thicker cables)
voltage stabilizers : a (big?) capacitor attacthed to the battery. "damping" or "buffering" voltage output, which supress fluctuation.
ps. I'm not one of the users. I just ordered ground wire kit today. and.. will order pivot raizin later..
11-08-2006, 05:41 PM
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