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These are the Amplifiers that will be run in this Vehicle (I have a pair) ... http://linearpower.com/LP2150.html

The only difference with MY amplifiers is mine are Prototypes so some specs may be different as listed. Also, modifications have been done since being built.

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Small footprint Amplifier(s) will fit nicely under the seats of this vehicle. This is not the actual placement, just thinking how sexy those "plum crazy" purple amplifiers look in this vehicle !!!

Can't wait to start running wires !!!

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1 hour ago, White Lightning said:

Hmmm ... No metal to cut to install subs, Nice !!!

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Been a LONG time since I've ran a large cone area sub bass driver ... possibilities are endless here !!!

Ideas have been rushing through my head with this vehicle. Now you see why I've been wanting an Avalanche !!!

The stock layout is like that? Huge access to the bed area fromthe cabin? Thats fkn sweet for a blow thru lol

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20 minutes ago, 06RTCharger said:

The stock layout is like that? Huge access to the bed area fromthe cabin? Thats fkn sweet for a blow thru lol

Absolutely

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15 hours ago, Crazy 8s Drums said:

If you are aiming at SQ, you should leave your stock airbox in there.  A fancy and expensive cone filter will only make more noise and do nothing to help performance.

I’m not 100% sure if I will compete with this vehicle. However, I plan to design and build this vehicle as if it’s going to park directly next to Mark Eldridge.

With that being said, according to MECA rules, vehicles are judged with windows up, doors closed, and engines off. They only crank up vehicles to make sure that there is no engine noise within the Audio system of any kind. Mark competes with a fully functional NASCAR. It’s Loud. And no matter what I say at the start of my threads, I always sooner or later “cat back” all of my vehicles. 

My apologies I wasn’t clear the first time I quoted this post. Again, thanks for posting !!!

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On ‎6‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 6:57 PM, White Lightning said:

Just got the text, My wiring harness is in !!! Plans (if everything I posted earlier comes in on time) are to install my head unit next Saturday.

 

 

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Just waiting on my Rear Camera from Kenwood ... We can install it later if need be, but I really hope it gets hare before Saturday.

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On ‎6‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 6:42 PM, White Lightning said:

Hmmm ... No metal to cut to install subs, Nice !!!

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Been a LONG time since I've ran a large cone area sub bass driver ... possibilities are endless here !!!

Ideas have been rushing through my head with this vehicle. Now you see why I've been wanting an Avalanche !!!

Ok all of you crazy ass Bass Heads ... Think I'm gonna do something I've never done with any of my vehicles !!!

Looks like I have plenty of room for a single 18" driver in this beast !!! Hoping to tune around 36 htz and stay on Class A/B power !!!

Please keep in mind that I'm going musical here so I have people running numbers for me to see if we can make this happen !!!

I'm fucking stoked with this idea and pray it works !!! We will know more this weekend.

I know. Crazy right ??? really ??? and 18" driver ???

 

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what kinda 18? i know this is old news and doesnt apply much anymore but if ur going 18 make sure its got a good motor on it. id think something like 10s or 12s may be easier to get a tight sound out of? i dunno much about sq.  ive never ran anything smaller then 15s and nothing smaller then 18s for the last few years heh


Kenwood excelon                                            Kenwood excelon ddx795
Mechman 320 s series hairpin                     3 370 amp CES alternators (audio side only)           
4 MLT-60 McLaren 2" dome tweeters        McLaren dome tweeters
Rockford Fosgate 4                                       Crescendo 6.5 ultra neos 
Infinity 5x7                                                      NVX JAD800.4
NVX JAD 800.4                                              4 PA x4 SPL 18's
(2) Soundqubed HDC4 18s                          4 Digital Designs m5's at .7 ohms each
(2) Atomic 5000.1 @ 1 ohm per amp        2 K2 80 ah lithiums
(3) Duracell g31 AGM                                   3 group 31 agms
60 sq feet Q mat                                            3 Maxwell ultracapacitor banks

                                                                           Ledglow million color (12 piece)
foxbody stang                                                2007 Yukon xl

 

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6 hours ago, Masterbasser said:

what kinda 18? i know this is old news and doesnt apply much anymore but if ur going 18 make sure its got a good motor on it. id think something like 10s or 12s may be easier to get a tight sound out of? i dunno much about sq.  ive never ran anything smaller then 15s and nothing smaller then 18s for the last few years heh

I’m not sure at this time what driver will be used brother. I’m just getting started with the planning stages. Most likely will be a custom built driver to my specific specifications. I can tell you this ... it will be powerful, dynamic, “dead on balls” tonally acurate, and will be on very stable Class AB power at 8 ohms.

Large format (15s and 18s) are without a doubt no stranger to Sound Quality built systems. And I can tell you why ... if you want true dynamic lower end frequency response, the best thing to remember is “Cone Area is King” always has, and always will be. 

 

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OK, test fitting everything and giving her a spin with none other than the AMAZING Samantha Fish !!!

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OK, got my work done and the final touches to the head unit and everything work great !!! Even my steering wheel controls !!!

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Sweet and Simple !!!

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