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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

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    Look what came in the mail today

    Can't wait to start playing with this bad boy!




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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Quote Originally Posted by mlstrass View Post
    I just finished an 8 12's 4th with C7's, so must be Crossfire month lol

    I'm guessing you'll have to shrink the opening into the cabin as it's 400^2 of area and with a V config firing at the opening I doubt your subs will want that much. The 8 12's I did is around 325^2 as that's what tested best for 25-50hz passband.

    And I agree that mid 50's shouldn't be a problem as those are strong subs....
    It really must be crossfire month! I'm going to be working on a new build pretty soon for an s10. So far looking at getting 2 crossfire 15" xs v3 on crossfire 8k



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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Just read the Toyota build and it's very impressive! Can't wait for the finished system here



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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Thanks for the info @papermaker .

    Haha yeah it must be crossfire month!

    Thanks @Inter007 . The Camry was my first full build and I learned a ton from it. I'm hoping my truck turns out even better!


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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Quote Originally Posted by BoogerMan View Post
    Thanks for the info @papermaker .

    Haha yeah it must be crossfire month!

    Thanks @Inter007 . The Camry was my first full build and I learned a ton from it. I'm hoping my truck turns out even better!


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    Yea man it's an awesome build especially for it being your first build. I actually referred one of my teammates to that thread since he's working on a trunk build on the same model car but a 2013. I told him to look through it since he is literally completely new to audio but wants to learn. Since it's a similar car I told him to look to get an idea more or less of what he's going to have to do. He's loved it so far especially with all the pics and details



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    Quote Originally Posted by Inter007 View Post
    Yea man it's an awesome build especially for it being your first build. I actually referred one of my teammates to that thread since he's working on a trunk build on the same model car but a 2013. I told him to look through it since he is literally completely new to audio but wants to learn. Since it's a similar car I told him to look to get an idea more or less of what he's going to have to do. He's loved it so far especially with all the pics and details
    That's awesome man! I'm really glad it is helping others out



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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

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    I can't improve my skills if I pay someone else to do it haha.
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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Vehicle is a green/gold metallic jeep so the vinyl matched perfect. 2nd pic is testing the LED's.....







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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Booger you should do a cap Bank in line with each amp. They are much better now n days cost about the same as the batteries and will overall stabilize your voltage better.. just one big battery and 4 cap Banks one per amp imo would be the best option.



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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Quote Originally Posted by papermaker View Post
    Booger you should do a cap Bank in line with each amp. They are much better now n days cost about the same as the batteries and will overall stabilize your voltage better.. just one big battery and 4 cap Banks one per amp imo would be the best option.
    Have you ever used caps yourself? Or are you just suggesting something you never used? Because caps are best for burps or 20-30second runs...12v lithium batts are good if you wanna make power down at 10v-9v... Alternator power and some battery reserve is where it's at for long demos.




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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

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    Have you ever used caps yourself? Or are you just suggesting something you never used? Because caps are best for burps or 20-30second runs...12v lithium batts are good if you wanna make power down at 10v-9v... Alternator power and some battery reserve is where it's at for long demos.
    If I don't go high voltage by the time this battery bank dies, I think I'm going to contact Maxwell and see what kind of huge bulk order I can get (enough to fill the back of my truck completely, lol)

    I get what you're saying though. Alternator is most important for parking and pounding.

    With the batteries I have though, I think it would be tough for me to drop below 12v with the truck running even after wiring all the 7k's to .5 daily



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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Quote Originally Posted by Massive spl View Post
    Have you ever used caps yourself? Or are you just suggesting something you never used? Because caps are best for burps or 20-30second runs...12v lithium batts are good if you wanna make power down at 10v-9v... Alternator power and some battery reserve is where it's at for long demos.
    If you have enough Reserve capacity it doesn't matter about discharge rate when it comes to caps



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    Vehicle is a green/gold metallic jeep so the vinyl matched perfect. 2nd pic is testing the LED's.....



    I love the inside of that box! Looks so clean. Icy cold! Very well done!

    @papermaker , I can get g31 Dekas for about $100 each so I'm just going to get as many of those as I can fit. No cap banks this first go around. Maybe next time though.



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    Re: BoogerMan's 12k Crossfire build in a 1998 Toyota T100 SR5

    Had a buddy send me some pics of the subs I'll be getting. Mine will have a blue logo instead of red though. Mmmmmmmm








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