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Hello to all who is reading this topic,

First let me introduce myself because i'm new here. I'm Edwin, from the netherlands, and i'm a car audio enthusiast. What i like most is not the real devastating SPL systems, but systems that are average..... This is due to the fact that i don't have a lot of money to spend, but what when i do spend it, i want it to be right...... I think a lot af people cope with the same problem....

Ik don't have a lot of pic's of me build, computer crash, but here is an impression.......Pictures will come within the next hours....

Equipment used for this build:

RF RFX9300 Headunit

RF FNP 2614 Component system

RF FRC... 6x9"

RF Punch HX2 Sub

RF Punch 2 x 600a4 Amp

Optima Yellowtop

Brax cap 1Farad and 0,5 Farad

Later on in the build the 2 600a4"s had to come out, and i chanced it for a Power1501bd and a Power551X. I made a very nice deal with someone to make this change. The 1501 is a bit overkill for HX, but what the hack, a deal is a deal.... the gain settings i made gave the sub a bit more than the 500RMS...... just measured the output voltage of the amp, It worked very well.

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im liking that alot man, nice job with the glass work

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Good rule of thump is go by what fuse size is being used in these amps. The higher the more amperage it pulls, this is what I look at.

I'll stick a 300 amp fuse in a potato and sell it to you for $2k.

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Nice work ! Good equipment and you got skills !!!!!

Take the caps out and even the rear speakers : it will be much better.

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Focal ES 100 K in front doors, and Dayton RS 180 for midbass under the front seats.

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I love it.. Nice and clean. I bet it sounds great!

Thats cool. Im way too old to be upset by shit like that. Your name is winston. Your own parents hated you even before you were born.

My penis is bigger than your penis

I'm far from loud and my roof/headliner flaps around like Adam's ass on a windy day. I think it depends more on the structure of the vehicle.

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Simple components yet a bit of complexity in design, great build


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this is much worse. Its old n8 without the time or patience to hold fucking hands. I'm supposed to be doing school work but yet here i am making sure jr fuck fuck isn't trying to poke the other kids with a stick.

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damn that's sexy, just one question though, what's with the seatbelts?

i was wondering what those black lines are. I think i know what they are but i was hoping it wasn't what i think it is. You were kicking ass until i saw that. I mean it still looks good and you did a nice job but you lost me on those things. I don't understand the seatbelt thing either but you probably have your reasons. Over all you did pretty good though :)

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