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Old 03-09-2007, 04:37 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by gonzo416
why the hell would you ask this question if it was answered in the post you just answered to which was previous to yours. also a turbo 35 and 2 lrp chargers have killed my 25 amp power supply

haha take it easy u douch bag.

25amp is peak amps. not maximum constant amps. for a 25 amps PS the max amp you could safely use is around 20amps.

you charge 3 batteries at 6 amps there is 18 amps. then the chargers themselves need power to run them, there is another few amps. then kaboooom!!!

you blew your 25amp PS because of your own stupidity.
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