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  1. Now that we have everything out of the back, I do not have a pic of the D1400 rack removed, we will start the process of putting it all back together. First up we have a pallet of XS Power Batteries arrive. We will be using 21 D1600(16v) for the bass amps, and 8 D3400(12v) for the mids/highs. Time to build a proper steel battery rack.
  2. Tear down of the back end. There was alot of fun hidden behind those trim panels.
  3. Whats up SMD, been awhile! I wanted to take a bit and share a new project that I have in my shop right now. Most of you are probably familiar with the Mechman Hearse, I mean it is pretty hard to miss! The hearse was dropped off to me a couple weeks back to get a refresh and partial rebuild. My focus will be mainly in the back with the batteries and amps. Maybe a few new touches to the box but the 12 DC Audio Level 5 15s and the 4th order will be staying. So that is enough talking, on with the pics! Let me know what you think as we go!!!
  4. Crescendo BC3500 on our Amp Dyno

  5. Part number to keep it from being too confusing in the system.
  6. Steve, Could you make them any thicker? The side wall of my wall is 1.5" thick and this would be an awesome way to clean up some wiring.
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  10. More than that. If you can fit a 15" woofer, building it out that way would be to your advantage.
  11. If you really want a 4" coil 12" woofer, just wait until probably around April next year
  12. Good luck getting enough spider to allow any excursion. I know you look to have changed your mind a bit which is a good thing.Just a quick FYI, the Level 6 coil is 3.5" in diameter. It doesn't leave you with much meat on a typical 9.25" spider. The new 6 spoke basket that Fi/Crossfire came out with will accommodate a 10" spider. Look for the Crossfire XSv2 12" in a blowthrough in the near future. Incorrect. The Level 6 uses a 4" coil. To be built it would use a TC frame and 10" spider. Same spiders that are used on the 15" and 18" versions.
  13. There is currently not a DC 12" frame. One could possibly be custom built using the TC frame that the Level 5 12s are built with. Only thing with the Level 6 as a 12", it would have to be inverted since the motor would be wider than the basket cutout. If this is something you want to do, send me a message and I will help make it happen.
  14. May also want to put some weather stripping around the edges of it or something to cushion it from possibly rattling against the sides of the box.
  15. I looks like it would work if you just trimmed off all of the outer ring and left the small flare.
  16. You really should look at shrinking that box down. 1.75ft3 net would be the max I would want to see.
  17. i think so! That would be great. I have some ideas that would be alot easier to 3d model than they would be to just try and cut.
  18. I think you should be fine with them in the box. You will still have about half of the gap vent above the 1/4" part to have extra room to breathe.
  19. Steve, could you take a dxf file that I create and upload into your system to cut?
  20. Build log updated. Subs finally mounted.

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    2. CJ18


      Because the lift will be powered by actuators. I did not want to do a 4 corner lift, I am worried about the stability of it if done that way with the weight that it will be lifting. Mostly worried about any sway that could potentially damage the actuators.

    3. Miguels


      must be your cover.. on mine i can get it to work on actuators..its a neat idea what you have going on

    4. CJ18


      I could easily put it on actuators to go straight up. I am planning on mounting some stuff to the under side of the tonneau. I have to be mindful of the weight and also want to do something different.

  21. What is the reason for the ledge in the back? Why not take the box all the way to the back? It looks like you have a couple of bolt holes drilled there, why not take it all the way back and reach through to put nuts on the bolts.
  22. You can still take the idea i post and move the port over to the side.
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