This sounds like marketing BS. The more strands you have in a wire only makes a difference in the flexibility of it. It is much cheaper to do it yourself, just buy yourself some wire and terminals and whatnot and it's done.Siizzzoooo said:As we all know, electrons travel on the outside of each strand of wire, and the more strands the better.
REAL grounding kits like the ones Hyper Ground makes contains over 1477 strands of 99% pure copper
Other grounding systems use less than 300 strands and some other brands use only aluminum wire that costs less, but doesnt nearly perform as well as copper
Hyper Ground Systems sells for about $100
I wrote up Import Tuner's gains when they tested it out: http://www.altimas.net/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=68323SHAWN said:
You're too late man, I did mine with welding cable already, 0 gauge. Did that when I transfered the battery to the trunk.. The downside however, since there's so many fine strands in the cable, I can't bend it too much, oterwise it's all good. I used a crimp-able connector, but instead of crimping it, I filled the connector with good solder using my hand held torch, dip the cable into the connector and let it cool off of the jig. Ain't no way that thing getting out. I now got a snake traveling between the trunk and the engine bay through the interior.asleepaltima said:im going to go old school on this one and use welding wires and terminals. you can get 0 gauge and up at any good welding supply store. high quality too.