You already know that an external amplifier can do wonders for your music — delivering better reproduction, smoother response, and cleaner all-around sound — but it can't do anything without the proper power and signal connections.

This wiring kit from EFX includes 8-gauge power and ground cables, a stereo RCA audio cable, and all the accessories you'll need to hook up your new amp. Just add whatever speaker wire you need, and you're ready to go. Designed for an amplifier with a fuse rating of up to 40 amperes.

Product Highlights:

  • amplifier wiring kit with power, ground, and audio connections
  • 17-foot red 8-gauge power cable
  • 4-foot black 8-gauge ground wire (power rings not attached — must be crimped on)
  • 17-foot blue remote turn-on lead
  • 17-foot clear audio cable with EFX-2 RCA connectors
  • 40-amp AGU in-line fuse and fuse holder
  • 6 feet of flex loom
  • assorted gold-plated crimp-on connectors
  • 6 wire ties
  • warranty: 1 year (no warranty on fuses)
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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What's in the box?

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  • 17-ft Stereo RCA interconnect cable
  • 17-ft Eight-gauge red power cable with in-line Waterproof holder (40-amp AGU fuse inserted) and attached battery power ring
  • 4-ft Eight-gauge brown ground cable
  • 17-ft 18-gauge remote turn-on wire
  • 6-ft length of flex loom
  • 6 Plastic wire ties
  • 1 Crimp-on ground power ring
  • 2 Crimp-on spade connectors
  • 1 Crimp-on spade connector with red plastic insulator boot
  • 1 Red rubber insulator boot
  • 2 Black rubber insulator boots
  • 1 Plastic grommet
  • 1 Red butt connector
  • "EFX" sticker
  • Instructions/Survey on the packaging

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Features

Compatibility: The CRUAKPA8 kit is designed for amps with up to 550 watts RMS total power.

Kit Contents:

  • 17-ft Stereo RCA interconnect cable
  • 17-ft 8-gauge red power cable with in-line Waterproof holder (40-amp AGU fuse inserted) and attached battery power ring
  • 4-ft 8-gauge brown ground cable
  • 17-ft 18-gauge remote turn-on wire
  • 6-ft length of flex loom
  • 6 Plastic wire ties
  • 1 Crimp-on ground power rings
  • 2 Crimp-on speaker spade connectors
  • 1 Crimp-on spade connector with red plastic insulator boot
  • 1 Red rubber insulator boot
  • 2 Black rubber insulator boots
  • 1 Plastic grommet
  • 1 Red butt connector
  • "EFX" sticker

Note: All cables have Oxygen-free high-conductivity copper wire for maximum power flow.

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good wires

Written By idirtjump, murphysboro IL on Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

its a amp wiring kit not mutch elese to say it works good i have a 2002 s10 and the only hard part was runing the power wire through the fire wall