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  1. I'm not so sure calling them ass plugs is the best idea, but they look pretty nice.
  2. Silver, I think they would go beter with the dark grey metalic
  3. Still on stock wheels and tires. Mostly shredded stock tires since I care 0% about them, but still usable at the moment. I am in the process of buying a house. Once I'm moved in I'm going to be giving my current wheels to the gf for her '97 outback, and ill be putting on winter wheels and tires. Then spring will bring a nice set. Looking at the Enkei Raijin, not sure if I've mentioned that anywhere in this post.
  4. Wow, I apparently should have checked back on this occasionally. Yes, I was at slamology. Yes I am on the stock alt, and it is a 130 amp. The only thing I've done to this since the last update is run the power a bit better. It has been in and out multiple times for autocrosses, so success there. I do want to update it a bit I just haven't decide how I want to do it. I definitely need to beef up my electrical but I don't really want to add weight. So ive just been using it as is. Obviously my port ended up being way smaller than optimal, but atleast I got the tuning I wanted. Since I have another HCCA Ive considered just going all out and throwing both in there with another 2200 (or more) and ignore weight. Once I get some boost in it that will be more likely the case.
  5. Just throwing this out for anyone who hasn't worked with capacitors much: Capacitors in parallel add capacitance Capacitors in series end up being the capacitance of the individual cap divided by the number in series So that 3k farad 2.7v capacitor will only be 500 farads once you buy 6 of them and put them in series so that they are useful And if I remember capacitors right, those 500 farads will be enough to give 500 amps for a second but lose 1V across the bank.
  6. Slamology June 15th-16th

    Well, a fun time was had by all, too bad I did my worst ever at getting pics/vids. Here is a compiliation of some random clips of this insane xB that was there, not sure who owns, it, but it made me jelly. Flexed my car more than my sub does.
  7. Slamology June 15th-16th

    I thought I paid $40? That's car + 2 passes good for both days. If you pre-registered. I didn't know if I would be able to make it then before pre-registering closed May 25th. Nor did I check to see when the pre-registering dates were and how they effect price.Its 60 now Yes. Just to clarify, I was saying $40 since it would cost me $20 for spectator entry if I didn't pay the $60. So an extra $40. Here is what ill be in, feel free to say hi:
  8. Slamology June 15th-16th

    I thought I paid $40? That's car + 2 passes good for both days. If you pre-registered. I didn't know if I would be able to make it then before pre-registering closed May 25th. Nor did I check to see when the pre-registering dates were and how they effect price.
  9. Slamology June 15th-16th

    I lul'd
  10. Slamology June 15th-16th

    Ill be there. Still on the fence on whether or not ill register my car. An extra $40 seems steep just to give some demos. lol.
  11. Sure, add me to the list. Thanks for doing this.
  12. I'm no pro but after some quick searching in that video, he mentioned interference. Maybe you could try moving the tv to an isolated area with the bare minimum plugged in and see if the problem is still there? Maybe there is something close or plugged in that is causing issues.
  13. stupid question about stupid thing

    Yea. Just to confirm that you are supplying the amp well enough as a last confirmation. As long as you are reasonably close to 12v at the amp it should be able to turn on no matter what wire you are using to hook it up. I said 11v because any decent amp is guaranteed to turn on with 11v. Doesn't have to be 11v. But yes, check it directly at the amp.