12v to 24v converter for VIC-1 in civilian vehicle

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Hello everyone, I've finished up the latest project, which is a replica WW2 armored car for our reenacting group. I'm throwing one of my spare VIC-1 systems in it, its not period correct but sometimes safety is more important. The donor chassis has a 12 volt system, but I need to step it up to 24 to run the radio (VRC-64) and the intercom. I've been looking for a the power requirements for the system, but cant seem to find the amps and wattage figures. I'd rather not fry my system first time powering up, does anyone know what range I should be looking in?
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