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    Earth Shaking, Drag Racing, Road Racing..... Motorsports FTW

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  1. Ya the amp puts in work. Im trying to get to the 150 mark. Im at 147 now.
  2. I was considering getting one of the 4K versions. From what I understand from the rules they both put me in the same class for competition
  3. That video is actually what made me get this amp. The only reason im asking is because the power im putting out just seems high compaired to that unit once i figured out the ohm load its at. But the more i think about it it seems pretty close to where it should be. Im just hoping its not a fluke
  4. 2 Odyssey PC 1500 batteries, 2 1/0 Runs of EFX wire from the Alt to each battery, BNR 250A alternator.
  5. 250a alternator, 2 batteries, no caps. a mountain of cable haha
  6. This question is for any other 2500xtr users out there. What kind of power output are you seeing? From the metering iv done mine ranges from low 2k to 2100. Its running a duel 2ohm DC M4 Elite 15.
  7. Just wondering what the ramifications of going up in size on a box with the same port tuning could be. Does it change the ohm rise much? Im using a DC M4 Elite 15 My current box is 3.26 cf with box and port @42 HZ. I need to move it back in my trunk area but that is going to require me to either make a right trapezoid box or a stepped box. I can make the box grow in CF by about .5 CF while making it go back about 3 inches. I gained 1 full DB by moving it back with the seats down. The point is to have the seats up. DC recommends 3.25 CF. Any advise you guys could throw my way would be much appreciated.
  8. Thats what i was thinking. Thanks
  9. Hows it going everyone. Quick easy one i hope regarding the Orion 2500XTR. Can this amp take a .7 ohm load? Iv been warned that a .5 is too much. I noticed DC sells a bulk of their drivers with a 1.4 ohm option so im wondering if my amp can handle that. Any help on this would be appreciated. Thank you.
  10. You should also monitor your battery voltage during use. Find out how much current you're pulling and how you can get more current to the amp. Adding a second battery on my setup gave me an extra 275 Watts RMS
  11. My neo gets to smelling pretty regularly but im pushing it pretty hard. Last clamp i did i was delivering 1928 watts
  12. My swap wont be an apples to apples comparison unfortunately. Ill be going from a BL Neo to a Team 3.
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