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My goals to be able to hit a 155.0

With a window line box and being able to demo low note and burp high notes like in the 50s

My build came a long way ...

Working on getting that iPhone 6 slow mo cam is great

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VOoaSMFNRbw

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Yeah, you sould be able to hit 155, most likely will have to come from the kick panel though. now if you added an second 8k on 4 ethos, that'd be nice!

 

good video bro

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Yeah that what I'm playing running about 12k on 4 18s

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Man I hate the winter can not do nothing

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Man I hate the winter can not do nothing

 

This! mixed with daylight savings time I have no light when I get home from work either.

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Man I hate the winter can not do nothing

This! mixed with daylight savings time I have no light when I get home from work either.

Yeah for got about that too...

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Here's a couple updates

4 18s

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Took every thing out to start from ground up...

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oh  boy

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:) excited, to say the least

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Will be following this one for sure!

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So I had some real fun deaden my truck with sound deader showdown some awesome stuff but need to say I will not do this by my self again taking out was a pain who puts wires on a headliner I guess new cars do almost cut the wires out....lol

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Came in on the 24th good stuff still have 19tiles out of 60 left to do the back hatch

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So I would like to stay working upside down gets your arms tired fast lol

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Sorry for the dark pics camara sucks ass plus it was dark and about 25degrees out

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Back to factory....

Next box build this weekend box was design by me the 1st big box I ever design on my on can't wait ended up going with a double baffle instead of fiberglass plus it's all under the window line

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Lookin good =)

I'm always nervous about disassembling the car to deaden lol

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Fill those cross braces up with expanded foam(Ritestuff)should help a good bit as well. Your coming along nicely,tuned in.

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Fill those cross braces up with expanded foam(Ritestuff)should help a good bit as well. Your coming along nicely,tuned in.

Yeah I did the cross bars from the hatch to the middle ran out of foam plus that stuff is messy

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Wood check

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This build will on pause for a little bit being the fact that I have to drain my back account to help out a real close friend...Sunday morning around 4am I walk in the house with my girlfriend to find here son dead in the living...being the fact that she has no family out here besides him I stepped up and pay for most of the cost and now there's a little left and I'm looking for help so if you would like to donate that would be great http://www.gofundme.com/jfj2ng

#TEAMIAK4THAWIN

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This build will on pause for a little bit being the fact that I have to drain my back account to help out a real close friend...Sunday morning around 4am I walk in the house with my girlfriend to find here son dead in the living...being the fact that she has no family out here besides him I stepped up and pay for most of the cost and now there's a little left and I'm looking for help so if you would like to donate that would be great http://www.gofundme.com/jfj2ng

#TEAMIAK4THAWIN

Sorry for you loss bro..

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Thank you

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sorry fo the lost. man that's aweful . 

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bump!! for a good cause..

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Sorry to hear that man

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Thank you every body....really thanks you guys just do not know how thankful we are...

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I just seen this and am posting it on IAK Facebook pages right now.

So sorry

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Gotta read this build closer now....totally slipped by me

This year is flying by so fast.

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Gotta read this build closer now....totally slipped by me

This year is flying by so fast.

Wait till next year the older you get the faster it goes!!!

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