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  1. Another thing to note, since you have such a large battery bank (I assume 5 g31's), charging at 5a each is going to take forever to bring to an acceptable level.
  2. I would wire the stepdown on a relay and attach the trigger wire to the key switch, then attach the radio constant and accessory wire together to the 12v side of the stepdown so you can have a switched source. I can draw a diagram if you'd like.
  3. Julian

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I've personally used this Sony Microphone and its excellent, its pretty great all around and if you do want to use it in a loud location it does not get overwhelmed very easily. I actually used it to record car audio videos, it withstands 160+ dB no problem but is sensitive enough to pick up everything clearly in a quiet location.
  4. Julian

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    fixed it for ya
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    My 63 ragtop bug build

    try using www.imgur.com to upload pictures to.
  6. Julian

    Wanting to upgrade. Icon to x-zcon

    IIRC they are the same except for the cap change, there might be some minor soft part changes but it shouldn't affect much, If you wanted them to match I would just recone your old one and then purchase another woofer.
  7. Julian

    Second Skin Audio Spring Sale!

    I edited the title for you as it was just the letter S.
  8. They're pretty easy to make, or you could have ProjectDb or ToolMaker make you some.
  9. Here are my old bus-bars that I made to fit on top of dual post batteries.
  10. It's debatable how necessary 45's are needed for daily use but all in all it doesn't hurt. As long as your 45's aren't gigantic they don't take up much space at all, if you're worried you can calculate it using you can use this website to calculate bracing you can also use this to calculate the brace volume http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/enclosure-volume-calculator/
  11. Julian

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Stop being a giant? That being said finding shoes for me is a nightmare, I have average size feet but they're a bit wider.. to add on to that my right foot is slightly wider. So I end up with one loose shoe or one shoe too tight.
  12. Julian

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I'd like to get a suit made out here in Tunisia, you can get one made for about 200 dinar which is under $90 but I'm horrible at picking out styles. I'd like to get one nice suit so when I'm in training at Harris I can be a cut above the other people there.
  13. Julian

    2002 Ford F-150 Super Crew

    Hey man! yeah it has been! heres an example of what I'm talking about
  14. Julian

    2002 Ford F-150 Super Crew

    How much space do you have under the rear seat? If you can weld/fabricate you could make risers and extend the height of the seats for more clearance. Is it a bench seat or a 25/75 split? If so you could pull the 25% out and build an enclosure there.
  15. Julian

    No add to cart

    Personally I would prefer one amp over two, strapping amps in my experience has always been a bit of a hassle. The Ampere 3500 would be an excellent match for an Evil, I can personally guarantee you that the Evil can take MUCH more than rated as long as you're smart ;). As long as your electrical is solid there will be no issues there!