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Project Flexington: 157.6db @ 37hz Parallel 6th order walk through, DC Neo Elite 18s, 4 DC 5.0ks, JY Lithium, 12 banks of XS Caps

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the_garynator    462

So figure it is time to start a build log for my 6th order wall. Been working on it for a few weeks now. I'll start by posting the equipment I'm using for the build.



2 nsb170fts and 2 stinger group 31s:


3 banks of super caps:


2 singer 320amp alternators (these came with the truck, I'm currently in the process of redoing the bracket to strengthen it and add a tensioner but I'll elaborate later):


4+ spools of skyhigh 1/0, knukonceptz 4/0 ofc for alternators (will post pictures later)

Terminals, marine grade ring terminals lugs, properly crimped with double wall adhesive lined heat shrink:




Subs are 2 sundown x15s rev 1(will be rebuilding for level 6 18s at a later date):


Sub Amp, kicker warhorse:


Head unit and tweeters, Sony dsx-s210x and 4x Earthquake Screamers, 1.5" 150wrms per pair silk Dome tweeters with replaceable voice coils:


Mid bass, 4x dayton audio 10" pa woofers, 300rms each:


Mids are tbd, probably 2 8" midrange speakers.

Lots of Baltic birch:


If you enjoy, please comment!

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the_garynator    462

Started by ripping out the blowthrough shell that came with the truck, link in my signature to a series tuned 6th I built in it previous to this if you want to see it.



Started by building the loading wall / port for the small high tuned front chamber. I ended up shrinking this due to space issues, 10s will be sealed in 1.9ft3 per pair:


Test fitting, made some other changes after this:



Picked up some metal for internal bracing and some fasteners, got more fasteners not pictured including lag bolts:



Did a mockup of the new alternator setup, I ended up deciding to use a different tensioner but I'll post about that later:



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Shot a light coat of paint over the bed, Redid the bottom layer, and laid some expanding foam:


Got the box partially assembled:




I'll be ripping out the port and replacing it with a single sheet and longer divider tomorrow

My new seats came in, test fitted the driver seat:


Started making wood floor, still not committed to this route for reinforcing the cabin and will probably pull it out and use metal to reinforce the floor boards and fire wall but we'll see:


Started building and fitting the bracing for the front chamber, I will be tacking these together, removing and welding them solid:




And that's where I'm at currently. Feel free to comment if you like what you see, gives me motivation to keep the updates coming lol

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bsneon98    239

Last time I saw his youtube videos he had just got it road worthy.

What made him decide to sell?

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the_garynator    462

Last time I saw his youtube videos he had just got it road worthy.

What made him decide to sell?

I really don't know but he said something about considering doing a build in the Ford Ranger he recently got back that was his first vehicle he had gotten from his grandfather back in the day. Also mentioned a crx, which he bought after but I saw that up for sale the other day.

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bsneon98    239

Wow thats crazy man. Ive been following his work since the chrysler.

Prob one of the buillds that got me hooked to car audio

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the_garynator    462

Wow thats crazy man. Ive been following his work since the chrysler.

Prob one of the buillds that got me hooked to car audio

He's always had sweet builds, that's for sure!
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