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oldsoundguy

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    My family , lifting weights, bmx bike, car stereos, wood working, RC trucks, Retiring

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  1. I have been reading along for a little while. Its going to be a nice build. You have researched, asked questions, tested, rebuilt ect. You have put in the time so I am sure it will sound outstanding.
  2. holy crap 9k? I totaled my truck March 30th this year. Took out my system. Sad day indeed. I bought the family a new vehicle and took back my 2006 scion xb for my work vehicle. Started buying things for a new system. I am going to install a pioneer 4500nex touch screen with back up camera. Has all the active settings like the prs 80. I am going to use the arc audio to run the whole thing. 4" fatal pro in the dash, 6.5 Lanzar mids in the door and a skar audio 8" shallow mount for just behind the passenger seat. Just waiting on everything to show up.
  3. Wow you climbed to the highest point and jumped. You are one sick person. lol Nice job on the way down though. Been a while
  4. That's awesome man. Glad it is getting back together and tuned. I bet those 8s hit nice but when you turn the subs back on does it cancel them out? Good luck on the comp. What kind of comp is it? SPL, sound quality ect?
  5. I think its going to look awesome after you get it put back together and on the ground. The lowering springs are going to make a nice difference in the stance.
  6. I am a mechanic not a body man. I wish I had the skill and patients to do body work and paint.
  7. It doesn't look to bad. Let it dry completely and get everything put back together and it may look better to you. Did you clear it? If so you could always wet sand and buff it out for a better finish. Ya I have done the same thing where I put way too much money into something I could never get back out. I did learn a lot during that time so its money well spent to me. Cant take it with you so spend it now while you can and have fun.
  8. That's cool. It will give it time to cure at a decent temp inside. I did the same thing with my motorcycle parts I painted. They are still down stairs. That's a summer project.
  9. Is this sub going to become real someday??? I really hope so. Thanks
  10. I will bet you were not thinking you would put that much time and effort into it. I can just imagine you got into it and started nit picking everything and started fixing it even better than planned. OCD is a bitch. lol It will be worth it in the end. As you know paint is all in the prep.
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