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  • Carbon Fiber Dustcap

    10 55.56%
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    Re: Which dustcap looks better?

    I like the CF myself







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    Re: Which dustcap looks better?

    Both look hawt but I prefer the poly





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    Then obviously I am asking the wrong person, because you don't know how to hook up subs if they sounded like "****". Maybe learn your ohms and your diagrams before you call something ****. Learn to make boxes to specs and use the right wires and its called dynomat. Then maybe your car wouldn't of sounded like ****, yeah?

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    Re: Which dustcap looks better?

    Quote Originally Posted by BKNIGHTS View Post
    Nice. Where did you get the cone?
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    Re: Which dustcap looks better?

    Just saw your ad. What happened?




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    Re: Which dustcap looks better?

    Quote Originally Posted by BKNIGHTS View Post
    Just saw your ad. What happened?
    Lol, frustration got to me. I had everything assembled and was giving it a final look over, when I found that the basket wasn't bolted down to the motor all the way in one corner. It only had like a 2-3mm gap between the motor and basket in this one spot and would probably work just fine, but I couldn't leave it like that and after all the hard work I put into I said **** it.

    My guess is I didn't get all the gunk out of one of the bolt holes in the motor which kept me from tightening that bolt down all the way. Not sure how I didn't notice it earlier when attaching the basket.

    Anyways if you build a custom sub, make sure you take your time and check every piece as you go along to avoid these very simple mistakes. Don't get so excited that you want to build it as quick as you can like I did lol. I'm building one last custom sub and then taking a break for a while to focus on my other hobbies and projects.


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    Re: Which dustcap looks better?

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