XP FLEX 1/0 AWG Big 3 Upgrade Kit for Audio Sytems up to 250 Amps

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What's In The Box?
  • 2 x 4' 1/0-gauge ground cables with ring terminals
  • 1 x 6' 1/0-gauge power cable with ring terminals
  • 10 x wire clamps
  • 10 x screws
  • 10 x zip ties
  • 3 x additional ring terminals

General Features:

  • 1/0 Gauge Big 3 Upgrade Kit
  • Use to upgrade your factory battery ground wire, alternator ground wire and alternator power wire
  • Use to solve issues with dimming lights
    • More effective than a capacitor when experiencing dimming lights
  • Makes electrical system run more efficiently
    • Deeper bass
    • Amps run cooler and are less likely to go into protect mode
  • Use for systems 250A or less
  • Thick but flexible CCA wiring
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
  • 1-year Manufacturer's Warranty

Power / Ground Cable Specifications

Wire / Cable Type
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This the how long the item is. When purchasing an item that requires a specific length (such as RCA interconnect cables or speaker wire), please make sure that the length of the item is long enough for your needs.
Wire Gauge
The measurement of the diameter of wire. As the gauge number increases the size of the wire decreases. As the wire gauge number decreases, the diameter of the wire increases. For example, an 8 gauge wire is going to be larger than a 16 gauge wire.

When purchasing wire, make sure that you know what size, or gauge of wire is needed.

Primary Color
This is the main color of the item.
Complies to AWG Standards
Since 1857, The AWG (American Wire Gauge) system has been the standard for measuring the diameter of wire. AWG standard is the measure of bare wire to find true gauge. Companies that do not follow AWG Standards include the thickness of the wire jacket which means the actual wire is not "True to Gauge".
Wire Material
The material that the wire is made of. Copper & aluminum are the most commonly used materials. OFC - Oxygen Free Copper is the ideal choice for wire material. Copper is a superior electrical conductor, & does not expand or contract with heat. CCA - Copper-Clad Aluminum is a suitable choice for lower powered or budget applications. The power transfer is not on par with OFC, but this material offers significant savings.

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Parts Warranty Duration
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awesome big 3 wiring kit
steven r on May 24, 2017
needed to upgrade power, this package was a great price and just what I needed
Jared P on Mar 26, 2017
XS power is no joke.
kenwil on May 4, 2017
Cause I need it for my alternator to power my car audio system.
Jeremy D on Mar 9, 2017
Do the wire end come already crimped and ready to install on this kit?
Jason "GSXR King" Waggoner on Dec 30, 2014
Best Answer: Note: there is plenty of wire to cut to your length. Then you must crimp and then heatshrink or tape the ends. I highly recommend and suggest that after crimping the terminals onto the wire, that you use heatshrink on the terminal and THEN electric tapr around for the best and tightest crimp. Careful not to crimp through the wire when applying the force needed to crimp the large terminals!
Reply · Report · Julian H on Dec 30, 2014
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After installing the XS Power Big 3 kit. I'm losing one volt between the alternator and battery. My 140 amp alternator is steady at 14.4 at the terminal, at the other end of the zero gauge cable I'm getting 13.4-13.6. I don't know why I'm losing a volt here. Could the cable be too long or am I just dealing with a bad cable? Thanks
Peter on Oct 22, 2015
Best Answer: It could be that the power wire is not oxygen free, making it CCA. It's basically a cheaper and less efficient wire compared to oxygen free. Possibly upgrading to a better wire could increase your voltage. The length of the wire would most likely not be an issue since it is only a few feet.
Reply (1) · Report · Colin H on Oct 22, 2015
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What makes this kit only stable at 250 amps, and what would I have to change to make it able to handle at least 300 amps?
PSYk1ll4h on Oct 24, 2015
Best Answer: I believe it's just a power rating they use to set a safety point. I did the upgrade on my Yukon and I'm running a 350 amp alternator and I haven't had any problems whatsoever.
Reply · Report · Charles C on Oct 25, 2015
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cani replace my battery for 2 xs xp950's? would thisbe good for my audio build
A shopper on Jul 22, 2015
XS Power XP950
XS Power XP950
Best Answer: Hello,

XP series batteries are NOT intended to go under the hood, next to an engine within a vehicle - this is what the D series is for. Furthermore, whether the batter can "replace" your existing battery must be determined by you, simply by measuring your current battery. Lastly, two XP950 , in the right situation, would be a great addition for an extensive audio build.
Reply · Report · Rick MStaff on Jul 22, 2015
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I have a 3900 watts system not ''rms'' the 2 amps are from Audiopipe..a APCL-1800.D and a APCL-2004..what kind of Big Three you suggest for this kind of system that has a stock alternator ''110 amp'' should i go with the CCA or OFC wires?
A shopper on Jun 4, 2015
Best Answer: Hello,

At best, your system is providing 2400 watts RMS - that is assuming the Monoblock is running at 1ohm and the 4-Channel is running at 2ohms, which is pretty doubtful. Even still, at the lowest impedance (4ohm + 4ohm) your system is getting pretty close to 1200 watts RMS which puts you at the cusp of considering OFC .
Reply · Report · Rick MStaff on Jun 4, 2015
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What is the length of the power and ground cables?
A shopper on Apr 3, 2015
Best Answer: Hello,

The information you seek is in the description:

What's In The Box?
2 x 4' 1/0-gauge ground cables with ring terminals
1 x 6' 1/0-gauge power cable with ring terminals
10 x wire clamps
10 x screws
10 x zip ties
3 x additional ring terminals
Reply · Report · Rick MStaff on Apr 3, 2015
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