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    The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!


    Well, probably not... but it's doing a **** good job so far.



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    More proof.
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    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.




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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    sweet dual alts.... whats da voltage siting at at idle




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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by UndercoverPunk

    Well, probably not... but it's doing a **** good job so far.
    I think its about time you invest in a digital camera.




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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyk90
    I think its about time you invest in a digital camera.

    Had one. Dropped it in a toilet.


    Flakko. Idle voltage is 14.8V



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    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    nice air filter



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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    meh i sit at 14.6 w/ 1 alt looks good whats it powering?




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    You low voltage may be due to having three batteries. have you tried only using one battery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Death By Bass
    and do we want to know why you were taking pics in the bathroom?

    Fell out of my hoodie.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_as View Post
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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rattlebrain
    nice air filter
    The stock airbox wouldn't fit back on... I'll have to modify it... till then the twine will have to do.



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    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by custel
    meh i sit at 14.6 w/ 1 alt looks good whats it powering?
    The small one (180A I think) powers my car through a smaller red top, then also takes care of the headunit, and my fronstage via a KX200.2 and KX 650.4.
    The Larger one (220A) Is strictly for my sub amp, it goes through a D31T and into my 20.1..... FTW?



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    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    More Pictures?



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    Caraudio.com - Where the average member couldn't wire a SPST toggle if they had to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_as View Post
    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    how you like your setup? those mag's must be low end monsters.



    back at it...

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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    i wish i could fit dual alt's on my car it barely has room for one.





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    Re: The most stable daily electrical system... EVAR!

    Quote Originally Posted by skeptikal
    how you like your setup? those mag's must be low end monsters.

    They are. It's just absolutely ridiculous... I have way more bass than I'll ever need. I'm still getting adjusted to it and havn't found the best settings so far SQ wise... I have to tone them down alot or they overpower the frontstage.



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    *******.

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