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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Quote Originally Posted by BKNIGHTS View Post
    I thought they were rated at 1200watts, 4layer coil, and with single leads.

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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Seems like it'll be a fun build. I'm always interested in blow-thru's.





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    Some pics of what I got done today. I ran out of vinyl but I'll be getting more to finish covering the bottom amp rack









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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    I am so envious of your work man. Keep it up and keep us updated!


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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Rear door's look nice and clean. Nice job so far. How does it sound so far ?




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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Quote Originally Posted by fatboytyler View Post
    I am so envious of your work man. Keep it up and keep us updated!


    EDIT: How are you liking the CT Sounds deadner?
    This is my first time using deadner so I can't give a good comparison to other brands. I covered the whole roof and doors right before turkey drag last year. I had tons of roof flex and lots of rattling before. It stopped all the rattling from the roof and lots of the flex. I can definitely tell it made a difference an will be using it with all my builds to come




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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

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    Rear door's look nice and clean. Nice job so far. How does it sound so far ?
    Extremely loud . I definitely think it will keep up with the bass. Some people don't like rear fill but i like hearing it from all directions. I guess it's a personal preference but its defiantly loud and clear and I'm very pleased so far




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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    lol @ the window sticker- "POWERBASS-if its to loud, your'e to old"
    very nice build

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    lol @ the window sticker- "POWERBASS-if its to loud, your'e to old"
    very nice build



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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    wow my internet lagged and then it posted the same thing twice!?!?



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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

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    This is my first time using deadner so I can't give a good comparison to other brands. I covered the whole roof and doors right before turkey drag last year. I had tons of roof flex and lots of rattling before. It stopped all the rattling from the roof and lots of the flex. I can definitely tell it made a difference an will be using it with all my builds to come
    Good to hear. I'm strongly considering theirs for my summer upgrade to deaden my whole truck.



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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Quote Originally Posted by fatboytyler View Post
    Good to hear. I'm strongly considering theirs for my summer upgrade to deaden my whole truck.
    I don't have any complaints with it. I would recommend heating it up as you apply it (heat gun or hair dryer) and use a roller to apply it. It sticks like crazy then




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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Going to try to finish the other rear pod tonight or tomorrow and get it installed. Then I have to run all the tweets to the 60.4. Mardi Gras is in a week so I'm going to make a temporary sub box to set on the rear seats so I can have something to demo the mids and highs with.

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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    That's a whole lot of power in a small space, that will be painful loud and sound great I'm sure. But I honestly don't see 15kw happening unless you are running a 16-18v system



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    Re: 15000rms Sonoma

    Quote Originally Posted by 72Impala View Post
    That's a whole lot of power in a small space, that will be painful loud and sound great I'm sure. But I honestly don't see 15kw happening unless you are running a 16-18v system
    I figured around 6500 from each powerbass 5k at .5 ohm. The ct 125.4 will have all 4 channels running at 2 ohms so around 1000 and the 2 60.4s will also be running all 4 channels at 2 ohms so around 480 from each of those. If my math is right that will be around 14960rms. Im sure it wont be 15000rms all the time but it should be capable. And yeah like you said it going to be LOUD!!! But that's what im going for, I wont be sad if it isn't a true 15000rms




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