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aburger last won the day on November 22 2018

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  1. aburger

    Sub box help

    I too suffer from the lack of space in a single cab truck. I could never find a prefab to fit my single cab Dakota, so I made one myself. In all honesty, it's probably the best way to go if you can swing it. That way you can mold one to the space behind the seat, and make sure to get the correct space for the sub. I did see a prefab box from JL for a Toyota Tundra that seems to be thin enough for most trucks, but it's super expensive. The link to the JL is below: http://www.jlaudio.com/sb-t-tundcmax-13tw5v2-car-audio-stealthbox-94410
  2. Also looked up Hoppos which is another good choice, also in Ontario.
  3. Yup, already looked them up. Ontario isn't super close to LA, but it's not too bad.
  4. Geez, it's like I've been hiding under a rock, LOL! Thanks both for your suggestions, the search has begun!
  5. Hey all, anyone know of any decent truck lowering shops here in SoCAL? I think I'm going to bite the bullet and get my 02 Dakota bagged before I redo the interior and system. I currently have a 2/3 Belltech static drop on it that was done by a local shop I found on Yelp. They did a decent job, but I'm feeling this may be too big for them to handle. If anyone knows of any good shops in the Los Angeles Area, or a directory I can use to find one, please let me know. Most appreciated!
  6. Sounds like a plan. I’m definitely watching this build!
  7. Thought I’d throw my two cents in. My last build consisted of four Tropo 8’s on a Kicker 1200.1 and it really grew on me. The low end got loud AF, but I thought I could get away with running a sealed box and I regretted it. It was punchy as hell, but because of the sealed box, was missing the low lows. I recently tore everything out and am now designing a ported box for 4 stronger 8’s on more power. In my opinion, I say go for the four 8’s. It’s an awesome setup if done right.
  8. Got it! Hard to see in the pic. What kind of power are you gonna run?
  9. Good start. Question though, in that last pic, is that your chassis ground? If so, looks like you need to a beefier bolt and the surrounding metal needs to be sanded bare. Just my two cents! Watching and waiting!
  10. aburger

    Need help finding a 5 ch amp...

    I've been looking at the DD Audio D5.1500. The sub channel claims 1500 watts at 1ohm. The size isn't too bad either. I've been trying to find some reviews and or bench tests on it, but I can't find much. Here's the specs from their site: http://ddaudio.com/products/amplifiers/d-series/d5-1500/ SPECS Test Voltage 14.4 Channels 5 Cont Wattage @ 4ohm (Ch 1-4) 125x4 / (CH 5) 680x1 Cont Wattage @ 2ohm (CH 1-4) 180x4 / (CH 5) 1000x1 Cont Wattage @ 1ohm (CH 5) 1500x1 Max Current Draw - Amperage 220 S/N Ratio >80dB THD <0.2% Input Voltage Sensitivity 6V ~ 0.2V Pass-Through Output No Remote Subwoofer Control Yes Speaker Wire Gauge Out 12 Dimensions: in 17.7 x 6.8 x 2.1 Dimensions: mm 450 x 175 x 55 Price (USD) 699
  11. Man, that's a crazy amount of work. More power to you! Watching and Waiting!
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