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    Time for a website update. Fully mobile friendly, top notch product photos and a smoother layout. Introducing the all new www.SSAudio.com http://www.SSAudio.com #ArriveLoud
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    A very nice ass shot of the newest Saleen S7 built with Second Skin Damplifier Pro and Luxury Liner Pro inside. #TeamSecondSkin #SecondSkinForTheWin
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    Sweet build going on in Corona, CA using Second Skin sound and heat insulation to give the driver some relief from that HUGE engine on his back. Damplifier Pro (CLD) to kill the vibration and Luxury Liner Pro (MLV) to help tame down some of that engine noise and thermally insulate. Can you guess what vehicle is being built here?
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    If they ran the sub amp with high level inputs tapped off of speakers in the car sometimes when the factory stereo turns off there is no more dampening of the factory speakers and they act as microphones placing the subwoofer into a runaway feedback loop. Common with cheap install places like Best Buy.
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    She's alive and breathing fire...ready for the tracks!!!
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    Kenny and the crew from West Coast Customs did their part to make this bad boy full of muscle...now it is up to the driver to perform well on the track and set the record!!!! Good Luck Guys
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    Assembled and put back together after reaching the goal of 1,300 HP on the DYNO
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    It is one of 3 brand new Saleen S7's that were built for Steve Saleen's 70th birthday, all 3 full of Damplifier Pro and Luxury Liner Pro. The Saleen S7 in this thread is going for a speed record and will be featured on Bravo channel for this attempted record. They actually hit their goal of 1,300 HP on the DYNO this weekend!!! #SecondSkinForTheWin #AmericanMade
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    Have to start somewhere on your road to 1,300 HP...
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    First rip on Friday.
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    I wish they were all this way. Pure gain block with a big sink and some damn fins!
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    This is the route I would take. Just Saying. Like posted earlier, you don’t need a nuclear reactor to power this component set.
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    It effectively takes a 3dB increase in power to hear a difference. This is a doubling of power. Unfortunately, you won't really gain much. I gather from your post you are looking for more output. Honestly, as great as that driver is, it's not much a beast in the way of sheer output. It's a sealed driver only, so you're only other option is a larger enclosure at the sacrifice of power handling and cone control, so that just screws everything else.
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    must be a quieter ride for sure! Nice work.
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    This is a photo I have become known for. People can't believe what I do with their vehicles.
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    Big 2 done so far: Battery Negative to Frame/Chassis Engine Block to Frame/Chassis I covered all unpainted areas with Plasti-Dip to keep from rusting. If I should use something else then let me know, since Plasti-Dip can be removed. I will wait to do the Power and Negative run to Alternator from battery once I upgrade alternators.
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    Couldnt get pictures to upload from my phone for a while but they seem to be working now. Installed my speaker rings back when I got them, love the simplicity of them. I also installed my Speaker Tweakers I won a few years ago from Second Skin in a raffle. To apply them I had to cut in half due to the bar on my inner door skin, super glue worked great as advised from Second Skin. Doors themselves need to be treated one day but for now they got a little love to help improve the sound.
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    Bored at work so I decided to install my Fast Rings around my SSA Evil 6.5" mids. The amount of midbass these speakers put out in an untreated door is unreal, I had too much panel vibration going in. These rings definitely helped.
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