Say that I have a deep cycle on my pimp-daddy 2400 watt stereo, and a starting battery for my pimp-daddy 2.0 liter Honda VTEC yo.
The positive poles of each battery are tied together with a wire, that has a relay in the middle of it so that I can isolate the batteries from each other.
So I disconnect the batteries and listen to Sarah McLachlan on my radio until the deep cycle is very discharged. Then I start my VTEC (yo) and flip the relay to connect the batteries.
A large current is going to go through the wire connecting the batteries, right? How big of a current? How large of a wire do I need connecting the batteries so that the current doesn't melt the wire? That's my current question (har har).
Originally Posted by MRaynor
Why are you even bothering with an electric pressure washer? Gas ones are a lot more powerful and you don't have to worry about all that crap.
This way, when I'm driving down the road, I don't have to set cruise and crawl through my rear window to pullstart the pressure washer in my toolbox.
Originally Posted by EDIT
Plus is the truck going to be running or is this so you can use it with the truck off?
Typically the truck is going to be running, but I'd like to be able to use the inverter without it running in case I'm camping or listening to tunes or something.