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New to forums, just picked up an 01' prelude. quick question about a high output alt

Hey guys , new to the forum. Just picked up an 01' prelude, 90k miles, great condition for 5k. Thought i got it for a steal ;] .. anyways , I have a quick question about the alternator, my lights dim like hell with the big 3 upgrade and a 2 farad cap on my system. im running a fi btl 12" ported with a hifonics 2000w Brutus amp for my lows. and an infinity kappa four 1200w 4 channel for my interiors. [ mm6501's infront and mm691's in the rear] .. 2 batteries, xs power d3400 in the back and duralast gold in the front. Im guessing I need at-least a 220 amp alternator , can you guys recommend somewhere i can get one? I've looked on ebay and around the web and the highest one i can find is on eBay at around 165 amps for 125$ + shipping. Not sure if they are reliable or not. Any suggestions would be appreciated. thanks!
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