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Robin Butler and Chris Chapman of Bass Heads Ent did an amazing job on my 2 12" PSI Platform 1 Chevy S10 Xtreme build. I could not be any happier, still have to retune and what not, but moves the windshield a bit, still figuring out what music I like to play.

Subs: 2 12" PSI Platform 1 Dual 4s-

Sub Amplifier: Crescendo Audio BC2000D @ 1 ohm-

I am using a PAC LC1 and love it.

Head unit: Pioneer Premier DEH-P510UB

Mids: 8 Krome Audio KA65s Pro Audios (by Addictive Audio)-

Tweeters: 4 Krome Supertweeters-

Mids/Highs Amplifier(s): Rockford Fosgate 500.2 & 500.4-

Electrical: 50 feet of Audio Technix 1/0 OFC. Optima Red Top under the hood, 2 C&D 138.4 amp hour batteries. 270 amp high-output alternator by Tenney Alts powder-coated black. Stinger voltage meter in dash cluster-

Enclosure: amp rack, wiring done by bassheadsent.net custom enclosure design and fabrication. Kerfed and flush mounted like a boss.

Before, pretty ugly mainly because of my loose rcas and unmatching batteries that came with the truck,

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On with the equipment:

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Grounds,

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Old Delphi alternator,

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New 270 amp alternator built by Tenney Alternators

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box looking great !

Thanks, he did a great job on it. Plays very well, I have a video, but I didn't play a good song... I can see my windshield moving a little too =)

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Underneath the enclosure, where the mids/highs amplifiers are hidden, also the huge 110lb C&D batteries are here,

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The mastermind, around 2:00 am, going hard.

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Everybody likes some amp seks...

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"4/12 PSI"

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Rear window line nice fit.

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Nice!

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No flash, only the dome light was on, no wax...

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Other angle, looks really cool looking through the rear window from the bed too.

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Finalized pictures and videos will be up late this week, stay tuned, my youtube link is in my sig. Thanks for looking.

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Nice!

Thanks man, came out pretty clean. Box fits like a glove.

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looks great man!!!

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Very clean Robin. Nice work

Thank-you Mark, my name is also Mark btw, hope to meet you at SBN next year. Love the ZCONs btw, Justin's blazer and Kirby's Geo move so much air...

That is a sweet looking setup. Great work by yourself and BHE.

They did a great job on it. It is pretty cool to watch your builder build, the details and work put in it amazed me.

looks great man!!!

Thanks, it looks and sounds great, Robin and Chris did a great job forsure.

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Very nice detail on the enclosure. :)

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Nice

Thanks for posting this up bro.

Anytime Robin, thanks for all your time and expertise.

Very nice detail on the enclosure. smile.png

A lot can not be seen in pictures, sounds awesome!

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Sealed up some spots where wires ran last night. Finished pictures will be up later today :).

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