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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    Geoff should be getting a present in the mail from me next week




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    Quote Originally Posted by ge_off_me View Post
    Wanna try team work? I need some help, I can't lift heavy stuff =/
    I don't have any free time. If I'm lucky, next semester will give me a day off. Last semester, I never had one full-day off a week. I was either working or at school. And any time I did have off, I had school half way through the day. So I had maybe 4 hours of sunlight to work with on those days. It was hopeless lol



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    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    Just 11 days til showtime.




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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    I have to get my *** in gear, this guy shipping me a broken sub really messed up my plan =/



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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    wana borrow some TI's for the event?

    not getting any hits on them on craigslist. got the box and all for it. just bring a TON of power!



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    lol I wish you told me ahead of time!!!! I already got some critical mass subs haha. If I sell these because i don't like them I will buy yours asap =] I just got a treo 750.1 which does a rated 1500 at 1. Somebody clamped one at 1.4 ohm at almost 1900 lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by ge_off_me View Post
    lol I wish you told me ahead of time!!!! I already got some critical mass subs haha. If I sell these because i don't like them I will buy yours asap =] I just got a treo 750.1 which does a rated 1500 at 1. Somebody clamped one at 1.4 ohm at almost 1900 lol
    Bring the powa! We ran them off the st1500d at 1ohm and they weren't moving! But they were getting pretty loud for the neighbors, had to take it down a notch! Haha



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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    Who's going?




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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    Meeeeeeee

    Not sure how long I'll be there though.

    Running a DD 9515h in a 3.54cft @ 32hz box off an MTX TE1501d. Only 4ga and a Kinetic HC600 though :/ I won't be pullin any numbers, my buddy's Mazda 626 is just as loud off 600rms lol.



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    I will be =] as long as my amps get here on time =] Got my box and sub situation taken care of.



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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    5 days to go, frantically trying to get some stuff done for my bus. If I don't get it done in time, I will probably still go.




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    Re: Vancouver, Washington IASCA Show.

    It's going to be a good show - there should be some top class SQ guys and hopefully some loud SPL cars too. Quite a few Canadians. So even if you just come out to spectate, there should be a lot of cars to see. There will be giveaways and a raffle. Moe Sabourin, Director of IASCA, will be there too. I'll be handling a lot of duties over on the SQ side.

    And if you are interested in SQ judges' training on Saturday, PM me and I'll send you the details. It's $100 and near the shop and will be most of the day.




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    Quote Originally Posted by burbonbags View Post
    It's going to be a good show - there should be some top class SQ guys and hopefully some loud SPL cars too. Quite a few Canadians. So even if you just come out to spectate, there should be a lot of cars to see. There will be giveaways and a raffle. Moe Sabourin, Director of IASCA, will be there too. I'll be handling a lot of duties over on the SQ side.

    And if you are interested in SQ judges' training on Saturday, PM me and I'll send you the details. It's $100 and near the shop and will be most of the day.
    I don't really care to compete for trophies, is there still a chance I can use a termlab for free? I'm just curious what kind of score I can pull. My car is anti-bass, so I know I'd be last in any competition lol



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    The Termlab will be set up for the competition, and it's not a good idea to just let someone run through for free. If one goes for free, more people will want to and then no one competes except for those who had a high score. And Streamline and the member from Team Hybrid Audio who organized all this put a lot of time and money into the event and it would be best to try to support them if you can. Their only way to try to recoup some of the costs of all of it is through entry fees.




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    Quote Originally Posted by burbonbags View Post
    The Termlab will be set up for the competition, and it's not a good idea to just let someone run through for free. If one goes for free, more people will want to and then no one competes except for those who had a high score. And Streamline and the member from Team Hybrid Audio who organized all this put a lot of time and money into the event and it would be best to try to support them if you can. Their only way to try to recoup some of the costs of all of it is through entry fees.
    Oh ok. Well I may as well compete then. I have to work at 1pm though, so I can't stick around for long.



    Quote Originally Posted by benbenondatrack View Post
    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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