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just got done with my chevy trailblazer build. here are the specs
Mechman 250 Amp Alternator
XS D3400 under hood
XS XP3000 in rear
big 3 upgrade
0 gauge GP Car Audio wire throughout
heatshrink and lugs crimped by me
2- Skar EVL 15's wired to 1 ohm
1- Skar SKV2 3500 watt monoblock
4- Skar PAX65 6.5's in all 4 doors
1- Skar RP 150.4 4 channel amp to the doors
Amps are bolted down with socket head allen screws into spiked t-nuts
fuseblocks are also bolted down with allen screws into spiked t-nuts
Subs are also bolted down with allen screws into spiked t-nuts
all lugs are hydraulic crimped by me
all heatshrink done by me
my 2004 Chevy Trailblazer only 56000 miles on it.
Sony MEX XB100BT radio. It puts out decent power
ripped out the wimpy stock speaker and put in the skar PAX65
installed back in stock location modified the speaker ring BINGO
mechman 250 Amp alternator. Out with the old in with the new.
Installed. Took more time to put belt back on. 1/2 shorter
under the hood battery
big 3 done. 0 gauge GP Car Audio wire
couple of fuseblocks ran
starting of box build 3/4 birch
got the Skar EVL 15's fitted in there
monster box in back LOL
started some wiring. box has angle brackets which is bolted to wood
and wood is bolted to frame the rca's are covering the bolt other bolt
is under battery.
got speaker wire and rca's all tesa taped and zip tied down even put a
fire extinguisher in.
used 8 gauge subwoofer wire to subs and 14 gauge to door speakers
all 0 gauge to amps. Even used that Bluetooth voltmeter that ExoContralto
recommended. works pretty well.
It's been a LONG time since I have updated this build on here! Hope my video shows up! 😂 I compete in N.S.P.L. so I only test for that class and don't give out my build specs cause I still compete. My scores are Outlaw with mic in the kick with the subs firing from cargo area. That is how the class I compete in is setup. However for those that like to know I'm about 1db down for a legal sealed score mic on windshield. This video was from start to finish for me reaching my 150db goal I set for my self.
2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS
Rockford Fosgate T1000.1BDCP amp
American Bass XR 12" subwoofer
102lb Pumpkin with 6"x22" Bigass Port tuned to 48hz
Pioneer Head unit
Kinetik HC800 battery in the trunk
Another fun year putting this together. I did get the inspiration to do this from Steve SMD Meade, and have been doing it the last 5 years around Halloween.
I waited until the 28th of October to build it for a MECA audio competition. It definitely turned some heads and people loved it. It surprised a few with how loud it got during some demos. MECA measured at the head rest and it did a 137. Not too bad. Also, earned an award for loudest single 12" setup and loudest in my class. I wasnt there for the second day of the comp, so not sure if there was anyone else in my class. A W is a W i suppose. We clamped my power and apparently this pumpkin caused severe box pumpkin rise and it took my amp from 1ohm to 6ohms! Severe loss of potential power out of my Rockford Fosgate T1000.1BDCP amp.
I took it to Audio Anarchy and put the meter in the kick and did a 139. Big E wanted to see what it would do in the port/inside the pumpkin. 162!!!! I played it hard until I could hear a couple of the bolts come loose and duck tape start to flap.
By Jonathan Mills
Hello all I tried to find this question already asked which I am sure it has been but don't spend a lot of time on the forum and for some reason find it really complicated to search for stuff.
My equipment Dc Audio level 6 18 m4, Sundown Audio Scv7500.
Question #1 What is a good setting for my low pass crossover?
Question #2 My old amp is a Scv3000 it suffered water damage several mosfets were destroyed in the event. Would sundown be the best place to send it for repair?
I stepped up quite a notch from the 3000 to the 7500 but its bad ass! Love the woofer I have had them all seems like and before reconing this one it was the M2 series which lasted longer than anything I have ever had. I reconned it maybe 2 months ago I probably would have never blown it but my 3000 watt amp was clipping like fu. I purchased a cheap pos oscilliscope for $60 off amazon after the recone and found out my amp was clipping by the time I turned it up to 10 on my deck. This is the reason I purchased the 7500 so my now M4 woofer could enjoy clean power.
Thanks for your time I appreciate anybody answering this question one more time.
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