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Headshok's SQ Ground Pounder ( My Personal daily ride)

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Hi guys,

Its finally time to get my personal truck done up as a demo truck :)

Down here in Singapore, cars cost a bomb ( literally) and well, my daily ride has to also be my work ride and my demo ride :)

I drive a Mitsubishi L200 Triton. Its not sold over in the US, but its available over in Europe, South America and Australia :)

As much i would love to own a Tundra crewmax V8, our laws on vehicles suxs balls down here :)

The engine is 2.5L Turbo Diesel.

Trucks a Dual Cab.

Here's some pics of the truck bone stock.

The dam dealers here basically rip you off and sell you the most basic version of the truck ( trucks arnt so popular down here)

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Truck looked horrible when i first got it. But thanks to eBay, i brought in a bunch of goodies for the truck :)

My plan for this truck is simple. It will be a SQ Ground Pounder.

Why SQ? Down here, competition SQ is big. But i'm a bass head.

There have always been people saying " you cant have a SQ car that gets loud", So basically i'm here to prove them wrong.

This is what's going into the truck

Deck: Alpine #F1 DVI 9990 + H9990 Processor

Speakers: Ground Zero GZPC 165 kit + GZPM 100 mid range ( 3 way active)

Front stage amps: Ground Zero Reference 4xs ( tweets + mid range) + Ground Zero 2xs ( mid bass)

Woofers: SHok 2.5k 18" x 2

Woofer amps : Shok Big Daddy ( Aka 8.5k)

Batteries: ABX AGM batteries, 75 aH, x 10 pieces

Power Cable: Shok Reference Pro 5285 CCA cable through out

RCA and Signal cable : SHok FLO series

Alternator : Mechman 270A charging at 15.2v daily

For SQ comps there will be a smaller 10" woofer fabricated somewhere up front just for the competition ( 18" will be off).

keep a look out for more info!

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Shok Industries

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Competition SQ Car install by Dimension Audio Singapore

http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/ind...showtopic=65190

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Well, first thing that had to go were the shitty ass tyres and rims.

The main thing was, i got a set of rims for like $300 !

So it was off to get some new rubber.

I opted for the Yokohama Geolander, 265/70/16 ( rims were 16")

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After i installed the tyres, i figured out why the owner sold them to me for cheap

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rims had a -50 offset, making them SUPER ILLEGAL on the local roads!

looked nice though

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after driving around with them for a day, i got super paranoid ( got many thumbs up from fellow SUV drivers on the road), they had to go until i found out how to get them covered up!

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Shok Industries

Feel the POWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!

Competition SQ Car install by Dimension Audio Singapore

http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/ind...showtopic=65190

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Look forward to seeing what you come up with, as SQ and groundpounder are not supposed to be in the same sentence. Once you get to "groundpounder" spl levels, maintaining a true SQ system sound is going to be nearly impossible, you can have it sound good, but true SQ? I dunno..you have so many vibrations and rattkes and noises I dont think itll be a true SQ vehicle. I could be wrong. Tuned in regardless.


1999 Lincoln Town Car-(build underway)

- (2) SA15s, 4th order, DAT 2500.1, O2 mids n highs, 250a alt, HC 2400, Big 3....

1994 Pontiac T/A for speeding tickets.-

- Currently on jack stands, wanting to be a real race car

"Your local forecast, all the ladies in the metro area should expect to see 8 inches tonight" - The Todd

Decaf, on 01 November 2011 - 02:38 PM, said:

i provide the ammo for destruction, the trigger finger is connected to the volume knob tho

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Look forward to seeing what you come up with, as SQ and groundpounder are not supposed to be in the same sentence. Once you get to "groundpounder" spl levels, maintaining a true SQ system sound is going to be nearly impossible, you can have it sound good, but true SQ? I dunno..you have so many vibrations and rattkes and noises I dont think itll be a true SQ vehicle. I could be wrong. Tuned in regardless.

yo man

i get what you mean.

This truck will be doing SQ comps ( EMMA SQ unlimited cat).

The only problem now is to find a location, either in the passenger side glove box to fabricate a small sub ( 8 or 10" sub)

for SQ comps, the 18s will be off and the small 10 will be playing

For daily beating, the 18s will be on and the small sub off :)

so it'll be 2 systems in 1 :)

cheers


Shok Industries

Feel the POWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!

Competition SQ Car install by Dimension Audio Singapore

http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/ind...showtopic=65190

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I like where this is headed! I am thinking of doing the same thing here in the future with my beat to hell CRX.

GOOD LUCK with the build!


Pioneer AVH480

Zapco ST5XII amplifier

Stevens Audio 6.5" components (passive)

Onyx Subwoofer

Sky High OFC wiring

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OH... thats makes sense.. 2 in 1.. lotta work laying ahead of you. Look forward to seeing it come to life man.


1999 Lincoln Town Car-(build underway)

- (2) SA15s, 4th order, DAT 2500.1, O2 mids n highs, 250a alt, HC 2400, Big 3....

1994 Pontiac T/A for speeding tickets.-

- Currently on jack stands, wanting to be a real race car

"Your local forecast, all the ladies in the metro area should expect to see 8 inches tonight" - The Todd

Decaf, on 01 November 2011 - 02:38 PM, said:

i provide the ammo for destruction, the trigger finger is connected to the volume knob tho

URBAN GORILLA AUDIO

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those tires pokin' out a little bit? Some beefy trim would do it good though and it would look BA. I'm tuned in, I've never seen this vehicle so it sounds very interesting. Buy a truck cap and build a massive box in the bed maybe?

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looks funky but different do work!


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