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    Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Pictures would be here as we speak if I didnt have 4 hours of psychology class tonight. My ears actually hurt right now from the ride home. 15" Brahma powered by the Kicker 1200.1....

    So happy, pics will follow







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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    nice i'm happy for you man. Yeah atleast psychology is a good class. English is just horrible. lets see those pics



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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by lombardo
    nice i'm happy for you man. Yeah atleast psychology is a good class. English is just horrible. lets see those pics
    NO. English owns. I'm a major in both. English = good. Psychology = meh...it's okay. Reminds me of herpes. It's a bit of a bother, it apears to go away, but it's always there.




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    glad ur happy with ur ****
    i wish i had an amp with ebough power to hurt my ears right now



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    WOW the brahma works? no way. Lol just playin. Good to hear a happy brahma customer.



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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    im rdy for pics do your lights dim? got any electrical upgrades?




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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Idk how efficient the 1200.1 is but my tsunami 1100d gives me some headlight dimmage. And my audi has a 130 amp alternator. But I sorta like it.



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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by lombardo
    Idk how efficient the 1200.1 is but my tsunami 1100d gives me some headlight dimmage. And my audi has a 130 amp alternator. But I sorta like it.

    Audi alternators aren't cheap, and if your lights are dimming that means your alt is working overtime to keep up with your amplifier and will probably kill it in the near future.

    If you're rich and don't mind replacing alternators three times a year, cool. If not, I'd suggest another battery and maybe even a bigger alt.



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    why not just a new alt? how do different batteries help? im not being a hardass im just wondering b/c i was gonna upgrade my alt and keep my battery. ive heard a lot of people saying do both though *eeks* im goign for one or the other for no b/c my system money keeps dropping for every few hundred watts of power i want to add to my setup




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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by maniackilla
    why not just a new alt? how do different batteries help?
    1. That may fix it....but you'll prolly need a really big fuggin alternator. Your car needs so much power to draw for the spark plugs to spark, the fans to run, etc, etc. You don't just need an alt that will power your amp, but also keep your vitals supplied with the power they need.

    2. Extra batteries are great because they store leftover energy that would otherwise be wasted, and they also will allow your vitals to draw off the underhood battery while your system gets it's juice from the secondary. Your lead battery can only get so full, and as we know, under normal operating conditions, the lead battery will never run out of juice by just powering what it's supposed to power. If you set it up right, the main battery will send power to the secondary battery only after the main battery is completely charged. This will create a trickle charge effect that should put less strain on your alternator and your main battery. Another great benefit is that your system should never drain your main battery, so if you want to play it with the engine turned off and you completely drain the secondary, you can either trickle charge it with the alternator or pull it out and put it on a battery charger overnight. Just make sure you get a deepcycle battery that 's made specifically for this type of application. Don't be fooled into thinking that stinger, optima or others are better for this than just a plain old wal-mart or napa deepcycle, because they're not. BATTERIES ARE BATTERIES! Go with something with about 800 cranking and 1000 cold cranking amps, and you'll be okay.



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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_ab
    NO. English owns. I'm a major in both. English = good.
    I'm with Mark - English owns. I'm also an English major (well, technically I'm a Professional Writing major but who's counting?).



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    ewwwww English. id figure most car audio fanatics are in the technology field, like me . Im taking a writing class right now and it just disgusts me listening to the way some people write. Maybe I'm just not the type that cares about expressing my emotions through stories. We had to write a paper last week and we had to change identities. So I decided to be a pro football player, while others decided to be a cloud, tree, etc. I hope I do not have to take another writing class ever again



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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpin03
    ewwwww English. id figure most car audio fanatics are in the technology field, like me . Im taking a writing class right now and it just disgusts me listening to the way some people write. Maybe I'm just not the type that cares about expressing my emotions through stories. We had to write a paper last week and we had to change identities. So I decided to be a pro football player, while others decided to be a cloud, tree, etc. I hope I do not have to take another writing class ever again
    I can't stand listening to the way people write, either. All that **** pencil scratching on dead trees... The clicking of pens.. Don't even get me started on mechanical pencils! OH THE HORROR!

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    pics pics were r they ????




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    Re: Brahma install complete in the Mustang

    ****ING PIECE OF **** MOTHER ****ER *** ***** HELL **** **** **** ***** *** CRAP **** ****


    It stopped working.... still looks great, all the amp lights are on so its gotta be the sub. Wasnt pounding it when it stopped.... whats the first thing to check?

    ****it.... ****it..... ****it......




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