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nigel

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About nigel

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  • Birthday 08/16/1985

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    Nigel Helmer
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    canada
  • Interests
    guns, tattoos, music, electronics. All the best things in life.
  • Vehicle
    2016 dodge caravan, 2016 dodge journey
  1. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    damn, always nice to see old forum members return. The generation is all about social media apps, not internet forums... It's a generational thing i guess. And yeah, I've got 3 kids now, and many others on here have been hitting big milestones in life as well. Life can be very busy...
  2. Randal's GMT400 "Phantom Dually" Build

    Really missing my lowered mini right now. Keep the build log coming. Absolutely loving it man. Looking good.
  3. Indecision between FI Q Neo and FI BTL Neo

    It never hurts to have extra reserve on tap. Just saying. Will it be absolutely necessary? Not likely, considering you're already planning on beefing up all the under hood electrical, and that your planning on running this as a daily for music which is dynamic and you won't be seeing a constant max output. Chances are the majority of your comfort level listening will be quite a bit below max volume.
  4. 10 Years and an Untouched SI Mag

    Through the use of an loc you will be relying on either getting a processor unit that you can use to set crossover points or using the built in crossover network on whatever amp you choose. Either way, you can ditch the passive crossovers this way through having a 4 channel running your front stage with tweets and mids all on seperate channels. You really don't need rear fill. Especially if you design your front stage properly, having speakers running behind you just messes with imaging. If you are insisting on keeping something there, just leave the stock rears in place running off of the factory deck you're maintaining. You'll fast notice though with a good front stage, you will be fading all the way to the front and not using the rears. So my suggestion is don't spend any money there. It's not worth it.
  5. 08 escalade esv 4 sp4 18s on 20k no wall

    Not to focus just on, no. And with that much on sub-bass duty, probably not really paying attention to anything else once it's turned up.
  6. 08 escalade esv 4 sp4 18s on 20k no wall

    Fair enough. Most aren't overly concerned with sq, but the imaging of rear only midbass would bug me to no end. But then, guessing the over whelming bass is the focus of the build, not soundstage and imaging.
  7. 08 escalade esv 4 sp4 18s on 20k no wall

    Ehy does he want them in the rear doors and not up front?
  8. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    up here at any shop you're looking at $100 - $150 per hour of sitting generally. Can be more depending on artist and detail/colour... I have a minimal amount of ink, and have one piece that needs to be finished, plus another I need to get, but it's just not in the cards right now. Although I need to soon get the cash together to get my third son's name done as I have the older two. Problem is I have my older two boys names on my upper arms, and don't know where I want to put the third ones name. Kinda failed to think that through when I started I guess... oops.
  9. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    bahaha.. gotta love the mass media portrayal. We have just as big of douchebags as anywhere else.
  10. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    criminals will do just about anything to hide their behaviour/crimes... https://www.cnn.com/2018/01/30/world/toronto-landscaper-murders-trnd/index.html http://nationalpost.com/news/canada/bruce-mcarthur-charged-with-3-new-counts-of-murder-related-to-men-missing-in-toronto-gay-village this story is insane.
  11. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    The affordability thing is huge. I have multiple things i want done, but can't seem to come up with a logical reason to spend the dough on it. With 3 kids, spending money on ink just can't be a priority at this point in my life.
  12. With those max dimensions, assuming using 3/4 inch wood you have a gross internal volume of 1.91 cubic feet. After subtracting port, driver and bracing displacement, you should have no issues coming in around the 1.5 cubic feet i believe that icon likes for a ported enclosure (i could be wrong on what is recommended)
  13. Any vids of it in action in vehicle? Thoughts?
  14. Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Looks like a lot of fun. Guessing you have one on order?
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