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i just installed a 2 pump bmh setup in my 63 impala and 3 batts to each pump but it just does not seem to be enough juice. its good for lay and play but i want to get up a little.anyone? got any suggestions for me?im new to the switch and need some help.
 

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add more batts how high do you wanna hoop
 

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wire all 6 batteries in a sequence.......Plenty of chippin".......what ton springs are you running?
 

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Originally posted by DanielDucati@Jan 14 2009, 06:27 PM~12705711
wire all 6 batteries in a sequence.......Plenty of chippin".......what ton springs are you running?
got a diagram , i was thinking of doing this , but i want to pull the power for the rear off of 36 and have 72 to the nose..... :0
 

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Originally posted by antbeezy14@Jan 14 2009, 07:24 PM~12705679
i just installed a 2 pump bmh setup in my 63 impala and 3 batts to each pump but it just does not seem to be enough juice. its good for lay and play but i want to get up a little.anyone? got any suggestions for me?im new to the switch and need some help.
run all 6 to the nose homie... and run the back pump on 48v or 36v...plenty fast for ya
 

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Originally posted by youcantfademe@Jan 14 2009, 07:50 PM~12705952
got a diagram , i was thinking of doing this , but i want to pull the power for the rear off of 36 and have 72 to the nose..... :0

wire all batteries in series.. then on the 3rd battery is where u hook the back pump to and the last battery if ur front pump
 

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what about pulling the rear off of 36 and pulling tohe front off of 48 would the extra 2 act as a reserve?
 

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Originally posted by youcantfademe@Jan 14 2009, 07:18 PM~12706360
what about pulling the rear off of 36 and pulling tohe front off of 48 would the extra 2 act as a reserve?
I almost always run my 1st and sometimes my 1st and 2nd battery Parallel then start my series after that- jus to have the reserve. Some peeps think its dumb- but it works great for me :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by youcantfademe@Jan 14 2009, 07:18 PM~12706360
what about pulling the rear off of 36 and pulling tohe front off of 48 would the extra 2 act as a reserve?
you can run it that way or run both pumps at 72v,or run the front pump at 48v and the rear pump at 24v, or run both pumps at 48v and 2 batts in reserve,there's lots of combo's......Depends on if you want it to snap or lay and play.......
 

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Originally posted by SWIPH@Jan 14 2009, 09:37 PM~12707361
I almost always run my 1st and sometimes my 1st and 2nd battery Parallel then start my series after that- jus to have the reserve.  Some peeps think its dumb- but it works great for me :biggrin:

ya when people want to run more batteries just less voltage at the pumps i put the paralleled batteries in the beginning set
 

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Originally posted by youcantfademe@Jan 14 2009, 08:18 PM~12706360
what about pulling the rear off of 36 and pulling tohe front off of 48 would the extra 2 act as a reserve?

you can do that if thats what u want...just put the 1st 3 batteries in parallel..then the rest in series...just remember the 1st 3 batteries equal 12v..so dont go putting ur switch power wire in the 2nd battery..its need to be located on ur 4th battery
 
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