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  1. 8 points
    saw fucking Slayer on sunday night, holy shit amazing.
  2. 7 points
  3. 7 points
    House repairs suck....well until you're done they do. Windows, siding, steel roof, repainting whole inside and new trim...myself
  4. 7 points
  5. 6 points
    ***Insane Price Drop Alert*** We are have close out pricing on our 1/0 Awg CCA ($49), 4 Awg ($89) & 8 Awg ($49) OFC spools! Killer pricing, get them before we sell out! Power Your Passion. http://www.Mechman.com
  6. 6 points
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  8. 6 points
    Ran out of straight road. 197
  9. 6 points
    For those, old like me, that saved your allowance, or mowed hella lawns to get your favorite car audio zine back in the day,.. I know you remember who Mark Fukuda is/was. His blazer was plastered all over my bed room walls as a kid. That, and Mazda pickups. http://oldschoolcaraudio.com.au/what-happened-to-mark-fukuda/
  10. 6 points
  11. 6 points
    Steps to breaking in a sub. There are none, let that mother fucker rip.
  12. 5 points
    I sold my bagged truck and avalanche about 5 or 6 years ago, and haven't put a system in any of my vehicles since. About a year ago so I bought this 03 Silverado to haul plywood, drywall, and other home improvement stuff. About 3 months ago I decided I wanted to make it look a little better. First thing was order a new grill assembly. I plasti-diped it white with several coats of clear. I went ahead and ordered a cheap black billet insert kit for the grill, tow hooks, and fog lights. Then I decided I wanted some bass. I started out with all the stuff I had in my barn from old builds used and new. Making sure my cheap Cadence components worked on my small shop 12v system. Ordered some q-logic kicks and installed one set in the doors and a set in the kicks. Built a little amp rack for under the back seat. Went ahead and reconed the Sundown SA 15s Built a box for the two 15s off the audiopipe 1000 watt amp. Long story short, I wanted more so I decided I'm going to put 4 15s in a wall. Started building the box. Back of port is white, that's why it's not on yet. I will get more pictures of everything this weekend as I continue to work on it. Goal is to be done by Slamology. Equipment list: Headunit - Pioneer AppRadio 3 Components- Cadence Mids and highs amp- Rockford 400.4 Subs- 4 Sundown SA-15 Sub amps- 2 Soundqubed S-1250 (1ohm each) Wiring- knukoncepts 0 and 4 gauge Alt- DC power 270 Battery- Xspower D3100 Most of this equipment is used or left over from past builds.
  13. 5 points
    Resolution is to get a RCA bass knob and an OM-1. Problem solved. I run 10K on this setup and subs dont get stinky anymore.
  14. 5 points
    Russo, got his OMEGAs in, and loaded
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    Bringing bacc a classic
  17. 5 points
    The old stroker subs suck ass compared to any quality sub in todays world, the stroker pro classic is also shit with its midrange/pa speaker style surround. Subwoofers with 11mm xmax. gtfo! This shop seems like the perfect example of a shop that talks up shit gear to their customer to make a sale, its non stop bullshit flying out the guys mouth in both the videos. We took some subs out of here, got rid of a brand put these in here it was plug and play on less power and these things where double the volume... Videos with bull shit titles like "loudest SUV in Texas", there are vehicles in Texas that will shit all over that thing, but it has the "the most brutal monoblock bass amplifier ever manufactured db drive a7 series 7500.1". Again more shit gear being hyped up by some douche salesman.
  18. 5 points
    ive never spent $500 on a sub, but i imagine for an every day one it'd have to have a good variation of toppings to keep my interest day in and day out. maybe something on an herb bread, italian meats, provolone cheese lettuce, olives, yellow peppers, and a vinaigrette. simple flavors but good contrasts to keep my taste buds interested. that would be my ideal daily sub.
  19. 5 points
    Through some plastic on er... not super stoked about the fitment.. well see how long they last (3m tape only, no clips or drilling ) I do like the look tho ...
  20. 4 points
    Sounds like a party ! I'll have my grill on the back of my truck if anyone wants to use it.
  21. 4 points
    I come look around here once a month or so, been going out to houston with the z06 at the streetcar video meets my car at 2:48 against a 750rwhp zl1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9UQ0TjHq9Q 0:09-2:50 and again at 7:39 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtNLsLnkWVU
  22. 4 points
    What the F**K did I just watch???
  23. 4 points
    I'm pretty sure this is the part that connects to the terminal posts via a bolt is this; https://www.autozone.com/batteries-starting-and-charging/battery-fuse/dorman-battery-fuse/948548_0_0 And the connection made is only a nut and bolt that comes from something like this but with a nut not a wing nut; https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b/super-start-4986/battery-accessories-16452/battery-accessories-16508/battery-terminal---universal-17657/393e97768e9a/super-start-battery-terminal/08507/4742239/2008/honda/civic?pos=5 Now XS power batteries use a screw style instead of a post that is pictured above so the only options you have are like these so you can still use a post type connection instead of a screw through this adapter; (this would allow you to use your factory terminals) https://4xspower.com/shop/accessories/terminals/580-top-terminals/ Or if you are looking for more posts so you can have options they make these in two variants that fit your battery (https://4xspower.com/shop/12v-agm/d-series/d2700/) Variant 1 http://4xspower.com/shop/terminals/554-i-bar-marine-terminal-adaptor-with-516-and-38-studs-top-only/ Variant 2 http://4xspower.com/shop/terminals/556-i-bar-multi-top-post-terminal-adaptor-top-only/ Hope this helps
  24. 4 points
    So a lot of work got done on the car this weekend in preparation for Slamolgy. Nothing really audio related though. Saturday I spent all day doing paint correction... This was my first time doing legit paint correction. I am very impressed with the outcome. This was also just one step correction. 20180527_092935 by [email protected], on Flickr On top of the paint correction I went and replaced the old flat black vinyl that I had on the car and replaced it with some new 3M Shadow Black vinyl. 20180526_201753 by [email protected], on Flickr 20180526_204828 by [email protected], on Flickr Sunday I got up and decided to wrap the entire roof in the same 3M Shadow Black. 20180527_123517 by [email protected], on Flickr 20180527_123406 by [email protected], on Flickr My next task is to fix the baffle on the box so I can get the new subs mounted. Slam is only a couple weeks away and I'm running outta time!
  25. 4 points
    I threw the subs in today so I could hear them on an old Kicker DX100.2 I had laying around. I ended up only wiring up 2 subs at 4 ohms. So, at most, they were getting 50 watts. It was already moving my hair around a little at lower frequencies. I should be getting to hear it and meter it this weekend on my teammate's Vital 7k. I plan on finishing sealing it off, rounding over the port, and at least deadening the roof before then. Stay tuned for test results!