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Boomin_tahoe last won the day on May 11

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  1. Boomin_tahoe

    Been some time....

    Those formentioned brands ARE made for ported, AND sealed. He didn't mention specific model # just brands. VERY few people I know that wanna run sealed. Ported is always the go to for high performance/high output.
  2. Boomin_tahoe

    Chicken breast or pork chops?

    What?! Your weird. Who doesn't like BBQ sauce?!!
  3. Boomin_tahoe

    Stock electronics for 2K RMS?

    I have a '97 myself and the stock wiring was 2 gauge. Changed it to 1/0 gauge and a better battery. I would wait until you actually get the vehicle 1st before making some decisions and deciding factors. Typically stock SUV electrical is good for anywhere between 15-1800 watts. I would say anything above 2k and you might see some voltage drop. I would look into a HO alt if it comes to that point.
  4. Boomin_tahoe

    Been some time....

    I'm running a DC Audio m3 8 in a t-line enclosure. I don't know why you would want to run a single 8 in a sealed enclosure. Those brands you mentioned are for ported.
  5. Boomin_tahoe

    Have an amp, need to choose a suitable sub.

    Return that Boss amp and get your $$ back. We can help ya find a MUCH better amp for the $$. Boss is bottom of the barrel garbage. You can get a Soundqubed 850.1 sub amp for about 100 bucks and it'll be 1000x better then that Boss amp you bought. As for your electrical, do the big 3 and def a bigger alt will help out in your situation. 70 amps is pretty low. You must own a 4 banger little car.
  6. Boomin_tahoe

    Upgrading to bigger amps

    Don't get any high expectations from a high performance sub in a prefab enclosure. A custom box is wayyyy better. You'll end up losing output as well as loudness from a prefab. That sub deserves a custom box. A lot of prefabs are tuned pretty high. Some people don't understand how important a custom box is to match the sub(s) they own vs a prefab one.
  7. Boomin_tahoe

    Random Picture Thread

    Omg lol
  8. Boomin_tahoe

    FI Bl-18v3d2/AAK-4000.1d... lovin' the output

    700?! Dam what a deal
  9. Boomin_tahoe

    Think I messed up...repost

    Displace air? I'm betting you mean sub displacement? Not seeing it either....but you're def choking the sub a little bit by giving it less airspace than the requirement needed.
  10. Boomin_tahoe

    Upgrading to bigger amps

    I would take your max measurements to work with and get with @shredder2 and see if he'd be willing to create/design a nice ported enclosure for ya. Use an aeroport or two will save on space too than traditional slot ported box.
  11. Boomin_tahoe

    FI Bl-18v3d2/AAK-4000.1d... lovin' the output

    This is in your Trailblazer?