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    Dallas, TX
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  1. jntar

    Happy 40th Birthday Aaron Clinton!

    Happy birthday Aaron! I hope you have a great one
  2. jntar

    Noob sub wiring question

    Yes, that is correct.
  3. jntar

    Gfs dad asked me to help him with system

    That blow through cost more than the truck did. Plus its over his budget.
  4. jntar

    Gfs dad asked me to help him with system

    LOUD bass and $5-600 aren't compatible. Plus loud is all relative. To me 150spl is far too loud. To you, it may not be nearly loud enough. To him it may be anywhere in between. I still think a pair of higher quality 10" or 12" speakers in a good box would be better than 6-8 cheap subs, but who knows.
  5. 4 ga wire should be sufficient for 1500w with that short of a run. (1500*2)/12.8v=~234a 0-4ft 4ga should be sufficient for up to 250a. However, you could always upgrade the distro block to hold 2ga wire if you are really concerned about safety.
  6. jntar

    Gfs dad asked me to help him with system

    A single 12" or 2 10" in a good ported box is plenty of volume for a Yukon. If he doesnt want to do major upgrades and keep it on a budget I feel that would be the best option.
  7. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Other option is just man up while I have the interior stripped and run the multiple runs I would need.
  8. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    So I was thinking about running a single run of Stinger speed wire from the stock HU to processor, then processor back to the stock harness with Metra adapters to connect the speakers. It would be easier to do than multiple 12-14ga runs, but I'm not sure of the wire quality. The wire is 9 runs of 18ga wire in a single 4ga jacket. Im running roughly 75w per channel at about 15'. Am I correct in my thinking that 75w should be fine?
  9. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Finally got the money saved up for sound deadening. I'll be able to create a build log as soon as it arrives
  10. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Good sir and yourself?
  11. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Hi
  12. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    If it were later in the year I could probably make it to Maryland.
  13. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Raced there a couple years ago in the e30. It's a nice little track.
  14. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I just traded my HAT L4 for a set of HAT L6v1 midbass. Going to see if they are better than the <$100 SB Acoustics.
  15. jntar

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    It is, and has been forever considered the most difficult and challenging track every built. They say it takes years of practice to get even remotely good at all the different corners, elevation changes, ect. It's the ultimate test of skill and it's open to the public. I would dare to say it is the BEST track. You must be able to adapt and set up the car for the track. I could go on Ive raced on multiple tracks here in the US. COTA is nice and all, but its not challenging. It's big, wide, and you don't suffer as bad from mistakes.
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