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Duaber

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  1. I had a Better Audio 1600M aka 35.1 imposter. Ended up smoking it and moving on to Sundown and have never looked back.
  2. Any pics of the DC power alt? I think the old box would have done fairly well turned towards the cabin and sealed off, there was no room for the air to escape to the cabin. But I know nothing about 15's I rock 2-10's in my 1997 accord
  3. btw I was the guy who originally told you that you could strap a new and old SAZ-1500d on caraudio.com my name was dumpintreos
  4. They look very similar but I would get the final say from someone who knows his stuff DB-R or jacob
  5. No I am not. But back when I e-mailed him I had an old heatsink model and I was looking for more power. So you say the "guts" are different what exactly is different I know DB-R helped jacob make some improvements/tweaks on the amp throughout the years. I think I remember MOSFET holddowns/soldering practices were changed? But contacting Jacob would get your best possible answer.
  6. This is an e-mail I got from jacob but you might want to talk to him and see if there was another revision of the amp lately. >> On Wed, 19 Nov 2008 08:38:03 -0600 Jacob Fuller >> <[email protected]> wrote: >> >>> Jeremy, >>> >>>.....................- but you can strap a > >>> new and >>> old amp together no problem.
  7. I believe slumpinhonda has also used RE MT's, Kicker CVRs, and 9500s in the same style box
  8. Damn timmy giving out all the good info for loud civic trunks. I'm going to try both your and chilcott's box design in my accord hopefully she works.
  9. Hah just trying to expand my brain's alternator database for when I decide to build my own high output alternators Edit: I heard hairpin alts are badass mofos i'm sure you will enjoy OP
  10. I know what your saying about idle output. I had a 200 amp alternator built for my nissan sentra from stock housing by Excessive amperage that would turn the alternator light on everytime the tranny shifted. I wasn't too happy with that turn on speed lol. Can't wait to get the large case conversion and not having to worry about belt slipping from a tiny pulley. Edit: Thanks for the help so far Rob i'll have to give you a personal call one of these days
  11. I appreciate the response Rob, where do you think I should start to learn the process? I assume rebuilding a OEM type alt will at least give me experience and won't cost too much. I agree that power at idle is very important which is why i'm thinking about picking up a GM 230/160 from you for christmas.
  12. Who would you recommmend for parts for lets say a denso alt for a 1997 accord
  13. Are there any good sources I can read up on to learn about building high output alternators or where to get parts. Edit: It seems for my application (Honda Accord) companies such as DC power and Mechman use "hybrid" alternator casings Mechman is a Hybrid with a Ford 3G front housing with a 4G rear housing DC Power is a Hybrid with a Chevy CS144 front housing with a AD244 rear housing
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