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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaBunny View Post
    You don't need 3k to compete. Again it all depends on the organization and the class you are doing. MECA S1 has a 1500w max @ 14.4v and a single fuse limit. So you could do a single 10 off of 1500 with a 40a ANL fuse and be competitive.
    ya im not looking for max spl thats too easy its ahrder to go for sol or sq then it its spl and like i said im looking for somthing thats going to last yr after year and not kill my car i still race my car as whell so im not looking to put a wall of speakers is in it still has to be dd




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    Re: to old to compete?

    I'm not sure how well that sub would do but you can do it with low power, small builds. Like everything else car audio related it mostly has to do with the build and install.

    If you wanted to you could do a trunk wall/sealed trunk whatever you want to call it and compete in Modified M1 with the same limits as listed above for s1. The difference is S1 is supposed to remain as stock as possible and has some other limitations such as box height, no walls, number of batteries (I believe) etc, where M1 allows walls, blow-throughs, etc but the car is still to be a daily driver.

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    I'm not sure how well that sub would do but you can do it with low power, small builds. Like everything else car audio related it mostly has to do with the build and install.

    If you wanted to you could do a trunk wall/sealed trunk whatever you want to call it and compete in Modified M1 with the same limits as listed above for s1. The difference is S1 is supposed to remain as stock as possible and has some other limitations such as box height, no walls, number of batteries (I believe) etc, where M1 allows walls, blow-throughs, etc but the car is still to be a daily driver.



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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    i'm 39 and have 5500 watts which is a downgrade from the 10k I had on it. come at me bro.
    well my next setup will be like 500 watts. come at me. i have nothing right now



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    Re: to old to compete?

    Are you wanting to compete in SPL or SQ?

    If you are going for SQ then you have a decent start.

    If you are wanting to do SPL, then it will depend more on the org you compete and the locals you have to go against. Odds are you will net a lower score against others in a similar class though.




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    Are you wanting to compete in SPL or SQ?

    If you are going for SQ then you have a decent start.

    If you are wanting to do SPL, then it will depend more on the org you compete and the locals you have to go against. Odds are you will net a lower score against others in a similar class though.
    im leaning more toward sql sq not spl and im up in canada most of the compes for the only ons u have to worriy about are the shope owners and workers every one else is stupid shows up with all bargen brand crap and gouse boxes in there van exping to win.. lol




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by dasnegro View Post
    im leaning more toward sql sq not spl and im up in canada most of the compes for the only ons u have to worriy about are the shope owners and workers every one else is stupid shows up with all bargen brand crap and gouse boxes in there van exping to win.. lol
    If that is the case you could pick up some cheaper decent product and get yourself a nice enclosure with a little bit of power and be good to go.

    I have not seen any numbers from the frozen north so I'm not sure what all is going up that way.




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    If that is the case you could pick up some cheaper decent product and get yourself a nice enclosure with a little bit of power and be good to go.

    i would never down grade thoe kinda point less might as well just bye somthing shinny lol

    I have not seen any numbers from the frozen north so I'm not sure what all is going up that way.
    things has died of here a little but i still want to do it right and show them hows its really done




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtrider4eva View Post
    nice RF amp.
    it was hela hard to get but boy i swear this amp has a over drive switch lol




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    Re: to old to compete?

    I don't think canadians are civilized enough to have decent setups.




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    I don't think canadians are civilized enough to have decent setups.
    ok bud thats all got get off my thead!!!




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    I don't think canadians are civilized enough to have decent setups.
    This isn't the dome "snoop". Just saying lets keep the OT negative comments to the dome. While I understand it is "good fun", some may not take it that way.




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    This isn't the dome "snoop". Just saying lets keep the OT negative comments to the dome. While I understand it is "good fun", some may not take it that way.
    Im fully aware, I just don't care




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    Im fully aware, I just don't care

    Well this is a warning man. I would like to try and keep threads outside of the dome cleaned a bit more then they have been recently.




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    Re: to old to compete?

    i started this post where i did for real answaers not just junk thats why its in the advanced sq section..and so far iv just been not getting proper answears..




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    Re: to old to compete?

    Quote Originally Posted by dasnegro View Post
    i started this post where i did for real answaers not just junk thats why its in the advanced sq section..and so far iv just been not getting proper answears..
    I got your report on the post. Just wanted to let you know that I openly(on the forum) told him this is a warning. Hopefully he won't continue with those posts.

    If you feel you get negative or "hateful" posts(aka post dumping) feel free to use the "report post" function.


    As for your topic at hand.

    The amp is nice and very usable. The issue is the driver. While it will do a decent job and get sort of loud. It is better utilized for SQ then SPL. Switching to a different sub stage would net better overall results for SPL.




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