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  1. i made a quick little youtube video on the build...deciding if i want to upload it now or wait a few hours....not sure. Wanna see and hear it? the turbo blow off is intoxicating haha
    3 points
  2. @Dafaseles Fuck yeah....I don’t really have voltage issues I just have an extra one laying around figured I just add it thanks for the help bro!
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  3. Hello Everyone, I'm doing a new build. The car is a 1998 mustang cobra. The trunk is pretty small so I have to stay around 1cu per sub. I've never ran a sealed set-up at more than 1k. I've heard 3k is a little too much for a sealed build, but I've also heard guys say it would be fine. My last sub set-up won't fit in this car. I'm have to get new subs for this build so I wanted to make sure it will work before buying. My amp is a Taramps smart 3 The sub set-up I'm currently looking at is two SSA Gcon 12's sealed at one 1cu per. If sealed won't work I plan on doing one 250
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  4. You've got tons of reserve. You're way good man! If you have any voltage issues, something else is the matter
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  5. That depends on your draw. If you're pulling 25,000 watts, it's not enough. If you're pulling 1000 watts, waaaaaaaaay more than enough
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  6. It doesn't matter. If you hook all the batteries up together, it essentially makes one battery. Just make sure you're grounded really well.
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  7. Starting on a build for this spring/summer. I have an 04 pt cruiser i think i will do it in. Just have to figure out why the hell the engine loses power randomly. Anyway, this will probably be a slow build until it gets some traction then hopefully it will be of to the races. The plan will be 2 Ascendant audio mayhem 12's each on a skar sk2500.1 at .5 each. Not sure about front stage yet. Thinking about doing a 3 ways with stevens audio stuff. Pics to follow.
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  8. So, ive had a build, or 8 on this forum..... I thought why not do it again. I went for a build in the runner some time ago, and gave up. Well, im starting it yet again. For now, (and those that know me, .. NO, this is not some spl monster) me and my team, are just going to focus on the mids, and highs, some amps, deadening, then electrical shit. Nothing crazy at all. That said, some gear has rolled in...... and more is on the way. Damore E type boards, Dayton audio DSP, Second Skin dampner, XS power wire, with some of Steve's distro blocks and fusing, as well as KNU. Again,
    1 point
  9. Finally, about 5 years and 10’s of thousands of cnc made terminals sold, the real deal, factory made version is here! Very high quality injection molded body, TAPPED front landings (no “nut on a nut”) and a divider in the back to keep the wires from moving to close although with this design, that should never happen. It also has a built in gasket! Available now at most authorized dealers (most dont know about it yet).
    1 point
  10. Love how you can still simply add the color to them. Mass produced but still have that customizable touch!
    1 point
  11. youre fine, maybe i was out of line. i just need to get off my ass and go do some diagnosing. thanks for the input.
    1 point
  12. Slick boss... wicked slick. I work at a medical device company, with 108 injection presses. Work on them, and the robot take out devises all day, errrrryday. They look tits mate. Good shit.
    1 point
  13. Damn! Looks like it could almost be stock! Great work!
    1 point
  14. Yo, did you just tell this dude to buy a Jensen amp from Walmart? Wtf?
    1 point
  15. learning autocad and just messing around let me know what yall think neo turntable.mp4
    1 point
  16. we can even do colored inserts (i have tons of different colors in stock)
    1 point
  17. A friend of mine has been asking me to help him upgrade the suspension on his beloved Turbo Honda Fit (yes it has a on it) for over a year now. Actually he is my CPA. Since he has gone above and beyond for me over the years, almost 15 to be exact, and also helped me through a few tricky tax situations at no extra charge, I decided to do him a couple of solids. First, i bought these coilovers for him a few months ago. Surprised him with a set of BC Racing. Today, i finally got him up on the lift and did it (no charge of course).
    1 point
  18. Just because your amp is connected to that back battery directly doesn’t mean that’s the culprit. You have to remember, that battery and alternator setup is in circuit together. If one thing isn’t up to par, it would affect the whole circuit and then cause quicker drain of that inferior factor and after awhile it would drain and affect the other factors in that circuit. It should be working together and now you have a poorly grounded battery working against that vehicles electrical circuit. That one 1/0 gauge ground isn’t enough to ground that rear battery that you are pulling hard from with 4
    1 point
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  20. Its an 04 turbo, whatever model that is. 140k miles i think
    1 point
  21. A bank of caps isn’t gonna help you. You need more reserve, not quicker charge and discharge, caps don’t offer reserve, just quicker charge and discharge rate, which helps voltage. But if you don’t have the reserve to feed that hungry ass amp then that amp won’t eat and won’t put out what it’s suppose to. Point blank. Stop trying to find answers and spend hours reading what you find on Google search and watching videos when you were told the answer to save you from doing that needless searching. That’s crazy dude. And your voltage is probably lower in the rear because your rear battery isn’t g
    1 point
  22. Don't know if I'm an og or not, but thought I'd pop in and say hi!
    1 point
  23. The bass eq won't damage your amp, but it has the potential to send a very clipped signal to your subs which will result in blown voice coils. My recommendation is either put your mids and highs on a "bass knob" so you can manually control just that part of the system without using the master volume on the head unit (assuming your using an amplifier for your mids and highs). If you've got some sort of eq on your head unit, you could play with the high frequencies on that to try and lower the output at high volumes. Or deal with it. It is what it is. If you absolutely must turn up the bas
    1 point
  24. Rockford Fosgate Gear: Punch series P2D4-8 Punch series P500X1bd mono block Enclosure: Custom Ported Wedge 24.0”W x 13.25D x 10.675”T1/7.0”T2 @ 10CuFt and two 2” dia. x 8”L ports Two 8” 4ohm DVC RF Punch subs wired Parallel/Parallel resulting in 1ohm load
    1 point
  25. not really an OG but i was around for awhile a few years back. I miss all yall. I miss the forum bein litty titty. I've popped in and out here and there for the last few years... Haven't had a build for awhile. Have a stock Harley Davidson F150 and that sorta does it for me. Ive been putting all my time into trying to learn stunt riding on a Grom and a supermoto, but I do miss audio a bunch. on a side note I'm almost 25 lol, i remember lurking here when i was 16ish.
    1 point
  26. Do you have any kind of budget you're looking at? For some unknown reason, I steady stay looking at equipment I don't like, don't need, like a lot, or just plain can't afford. So helping with finding equipment is what I'm good at
    1 point
  27. The front was dropped about 1 - 3/8" and the rear just about 2". Tomorrow i will take it outside and drive it up and down the street. Make sure nothing is rubbing. Do more adjustments and then lock them in place. you know she dropped when you have to use the planks to get it off the lift a nice clean respectable, functional drop. Tomorrow ill post more pics of it posted up in the parking lot.
    1 point
  28. Beautiful mids and tweeters, SB Acoustics make some good drivers. I've always wanted to try the Scanspeak tweeters.
    1 point
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