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New build going down. 400ah LTO, 4 Orion hcca splx, 4 JSS 600 series 15s. It's a Cpillar flatwall in a 07 Ford explorer. 3 Orion mids/highs amps, doors are all Orion 6.5s and 6x8s. 

Goal is 162 or better. But also be a great demo monster, with clear mid and high frequencies. Obviously there is enough reserve for some good long demos without really decreasing voltage.

 

I had a hard time trying to figure out what subs I wanted to go with for this build. In the beginning I was pretty dead set on RS team 15s untill I figured out a few things that weren't to favorable. After looking far and wide, these JSS subs are the ones. If you want some extremely high quality and high performing subs, you won't be disappointed. I'll be able to give them just about 7.5-8k clamped each. If anyone is wondering about TS, message Jason Jones. He has the broken in parameters via dats.

 

I'll post here again when I get more work done, and especially when I get her playing.

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28 minutes ago, Red160 said:

New build going down. 400ah LTO, 4 Orion hcca splx, 4 JSS 600 series 15s. It's a Cpillar flatwall in a 07 Ford explorer. 3 Orion mids/highs amps, doors are all Orion 6.5s and 6x8s. 

Goal is 162 or better. But also be a great demo monster, with clear mid and high frequencies. Obviously there is enough reserve for some good long demos without really decreasing voltage.

 

I had a hard time trying to figure out what subs I wanted to go with for this build. In the beginning I was pretty dead set on RS team 15s untill I figured out a few things that weren't to favorable. After looking far and wide, these JSS subs are the ones. If you want some extremely high quality and high performing subs, you won't be disappointed. I'll be able to give them just about 7.5-8k clamped each. If anyone is wondering about TS, message Jason Jones. He has the broken in parameters via dats.

 

I'll post here again when I get more work done, and especially when I get her playing.

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Damn! 

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2011 Chevy Silverado under construction

My build log here. Check it out! 

 

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20 hours ago, Dafaseles said:

Damn! 

@Dafaseles I looked at your build log man, you are having a hard time figuring out those doors. Awesome tho, cause you are learning a lot. I'm not the best in the world, but here is a little build log of me doing my first doors. It's a step by step guide, picture by picture. I did mine way simpler then you are trying to do yours but there was a lot of work that went into it. So this is for you man, hope ya enjoy it.

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5 minutes ago, Red160 said:

@Dafaseles I looked at your build log man, you are having a hard time figuring out those doors. Awesome tho, cause you are learning a lot. I'm not the best in the world, but here is a little build log of me doing my first doors. It's a step by step guide, picture by picture. I did mine way simpler then you are trying to do yours but there was a lot of work that went into it. So this is for you man, hope ya enjoy it.

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Not sure why, but it's not letting me post the rest of the pics. I don't know of I have to wait or what. It's saying I can only upload 829.72kb, and I have a while lot more then that.

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37 minutes ago, Red160 said:

Not sure why, but it's not letting me post the rest of the pics. I don't know of I have to wait or what. It's saying I can only upload 829.72kb, and I have a while lot more then that.

Thank you! I hope it let's you post the rest of the pictures. They always help, and are just cool as hell to look at honestly. Your door panels came out looking dope! I love that paint job! I hope mine look half that good. 

Yeah, the doors are kicking my ass! It's the first time ever trying to fabricate door panels, so it's a learning experience for sure. The main thing I've learned so far is that you can't half ass it. You NEED the right tools for the job. 

I kind of shot myself in the foot right off the bat by trying to do too much. I should have done 3 8's or 6.5's, and gotten actual car audio tweeters, not the big, 100 watt RMS monstrosities I got lol. But now that I've started, I can't talk myself out of it 🤣. Also, it would have been way easier to just to rings and fiberglass them in, but me being me, I have to have grill inserts to cover them... oh and on top of that, let's make them removable! I bit off way more than I can chew, but if you can do the hard stuff, you can do the easy stuff as well. 

Once I'm (finally) done with the doors (I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel, but I'm walking and I can hear the train), I've done the rest of the work before, so I should get that done pretty quickly. I'm itching to finally be able to drive my truck again. 

Thank you for looking through my thread! I always take all advice to heart, so if you have anything to add, or tell me I'm stupid, I'm perfectly OK with that. I don't take offense to anything. 

Sorry for the book, this is your thread lol. That shits going to slam! I hope you stick to finishing the build thread. Too many people I've seen on here quit halfway through and we don't get to see the finished product. 

Beautiful subs by the way. JSS for the win on that one! And that is one huge bank of batteries! I wish I wasn't such a pussy and built my own bank. 

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You are building a real monster! There will be almost zero sense from the STP, just from the inside. MDF 30mm will simply not notice it. For vibration damping of the wall, it is necessary to make a layeYou are building a real monster! There will be almost zero sense from the STP, just from the inside. MDF 30mm will simply not notice it. For vibration damping of the wall, it is necessary to make a layer-by-layer of materials with different attenuation decrements. For a subwoofer, for example, it is rational to glue a sheet of 1-2mm steel between two layers of plywood of 15mm.  I extinguished the finished subwoofer by gluing the floor tile from the inside onto a solid silicone layer in as large pieces as possible. At the beginning of the process, I have a problem due to many small details. However, the purchase of https://sandfieldengineering.com/what-we-do/vibratory-bowl-feeding-systems/ solved my problems.  The most important thing is not to rush to assemble all the details correctly.r-by-layer of materials with different attenuation decrements.

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