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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    451
18 hours ago, WalledSonic said:

All i see is room for 6 more rows/banks of caps

7 more actually....gonna be sooo expensive to keep my OCD happy, especially going 18v 😢😢😢😢

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the_garynator    451

Pinch weld cleaned up

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Almost ready to zap on the 1/4" plate. Drilled some holes in it and welded in the 1/8 flat stock so I can weld the center of the plate to them.

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16 minutes ago, WalledSonic said:

Bodywork sucks man, kudos to you!

Thanks man! Finally getting the hang of welding, pretty happy about that lol.

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Stripper pole gussetted, added 2 more cross braces to the roof bracing and finished welding the b pillar plate. Just have to weld the mounting bracket for the electromagnet on and do some more bracing on the b pillar, but the bracing will have to wait until I have the caps in because I need to make sure I don't run outta time.

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