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    Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Here is the first prototype
    Over sized 0 AWG (to fit the oversized DIYMA.com power cable)

    4 in - 4 out

    Thoughts?


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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Price? Thats pretty much what it will come down to...




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Is there supposed to be a pic?




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Quote Originally Posted by goingdef View Post
    Is there supposed to be a pic?
    ^I see one



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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Quote Originally Posted by goingdef View Post
    Is there supposed to be a pic?
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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    That looks good, how much?



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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    well d@mn it my computer must be screwing up!




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Collova View Post
    Here is the first prototype
    Over sized 0 AWG (to fit the oversized DIYMA.com power cable)

    4 in - 4 out

    Thoughts?


    well in a quote it shows there's an image there, what the heck is going on with this thing?




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    This little bastard is expensive
    Going to cost us about $60 each to make 100 of them..
    Still not sure if we can make money on it though.
    We want to be able to sell them for $85 or so. We really need to get our cost down if that is ever to happen
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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    This is more torture then a hot girl in a short skirt, it's killing me that I can't see it!




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    lol i know it ***** maybe its how he put it up i cant see it either




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Image fixed




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    Thats a lot of money for a distro. For that price, Id rather buy a battery instead.




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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    And I'd rather buy a thai massage... but the fact is, the product costs a lot to make, and is **** as hell.
    Hopefully we can get our costs down to save the customer money and still make a nice profit.

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    Re: Distro/Fuse Block 0 in 0 out x 4

    WOW that is a nice looking block, what material is it machined from?




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