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  1. Love how you can still simply add the color to them. Mass produced but still have that customizable touch!
  2. Yea, it was a costly mistake we made on our vehicles that wherent being driven, thats for damn sure! No one to blame but our selfs though!
  3. You better check that intelli charger periodicly. Had 3 different vehicle's worth of batteries go to shit because they randomly faulted out and took the battery banks out on my tahoe. my buddies yukon, and his charger. 6+ grand in batteries down the tubes.
  4. Best bet would be a local junkyard unless you can look look up schematics for the dash and get a part number and maybe then find them online. Junk yard would be easiest and cheapest though.
  5. Not going to lie watching the shop go from the backyard to a huge building you thought was too big for you to now being overflowing with nice machines is addicting to see. Just the evolution alone bro!! Congrats! Still need to make it out their sometime in this lifetime. Its been a few years since ces!
  6. Even 8 gauge is boarder line overkill for 4000 watts, unless the wires are extremely long which is usually not the case. Nothing is saying you cant use 4 gauge, but its not needed. Car amps run off DC (direct current) which means low voltage high amperage draw. Your amp turns that DC into AC (alternating current) which means high voltage low amperage. So you can switch your speaker wires (pos and neg) around and it will play just fine (as long as you do it to all the subs if you have more than one) because the signal alternates. This is just like your electrical wiring in your h
  7. You can't really compare one battery chemistry to another by the ah rating alone.
  8. You can only strap amps that are designed to be strapped.
  9. That was odd, but I put a space between the pics and they work. They worked before you just had to click on the white though. Maybe something goofed with the upload.
  10. Actually 150 amps of fusing suggests 1500 watts rms. In the real world and not Mr Rogers make believe land there is something called efficiency, and amps are generally 70% efficient in making power. 150 amps X 13.8 volts =2070 wrms 0.70 efficiency X 2070 watts = 1,449 wrms So I stand by my comment of it being lucky to do 2000wrms on a good day.
  11. It looks like some flea market shit possible made in Korea judging by what looks like Samhwa capacitors. Looks like a cookie cutter board that a lot of other cheap companies probably use. Lots of wasted space, on the board, very minimal work done on things to prolong the amplifiers life. It looks like 4 gauge power/ground connections, and since its using on board ATC fuses that amp would be lucky to do 2,000rms on a good day. Im sure there is some big number printed on the heatsink to trick people into buying it because they will see some crazy number that the amp will actually neve
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