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

So sorry

I would of never thought about gofundme.com if I would of not seen it on one of your pages

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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!!!

I already know lol

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

So sorry

I would of never thought about gofundme.com if I would of not seen it on one of your pages

I hope it helped you out some man!

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Yes it did thanks

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Hey man if you need somewhere to work on your truck you can work on your truck for a few hours in my shop.

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Hey man if you need somewhere to work on your truck you can work on your truck for a few hours in my shop.

Thanks man might have to come thru...

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Hey everybody...

Have not been updating the log in a long time do to winter and the fact that I broke my ipad...

So as of now my 2015 build will be

Ipad mini with a soundstream eq.

Twisted sounds 8.5k

Twisted sounds 4&2 channel amp

2 eric steven pro horns

2 10" faital pros midbass front doors

4 4" faital pros 1 in each door

2 8" faital pros midbass rear doors

4 18s dss ethos under window line

6 blackcherries batts

2 mike S.270 phase 6 alts with stock bypass

Goal is to burp a 155.4 on 4120 watts clamped

And about 8 decals custom made from chow audio

Should be playing by the end of April if not buy the 1st big show TDH or slamology which ever 1st

Ps...started the recone will post pic later on it the week

Edited by Antoine'stahoe155+

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Fyi front doors and rear doors are fiberglass by a guy who gave them to me for free just have to pay for shipping

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yes!

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Hey everybody...

Have not been updating the log in a long time do to winter and the fact that I broke my ipad...

So as of now my 2015 build will be

Ipad mini with a soundstream eq.

Twisted sounds 8.5k

Twisted sounds 4&2 channel amp

2 eric steven pro horns

2 10" faital pros midbass front doors

4 4" faital pros 1 in each door

2 8" faital pros midbass rear doors

4 18s dss ethos under window line

6 blackcherries batts

2 mike S.270 phase 6 alts with stock bypass

Goal is to burp a 155.4 on 4120 watts clamped

And about 8 decals custom made from chow audio

Should be playing by the end of April if not buy the 1st big show TDH or slamology which ever 1st

Ps...started the recone will post pic later on it the week

 

Good luck with your goal! That has definitely got me interested.

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Hey everybody...

Have not been updating the log in a long time do to winter and the fact that I broke my ipad...

So as of now my 2015 build will be

Ipad mini with a soundstream eq.

Twisted sounds 8.5k

Twisted sounds 4&2 channel amp

2 eric steven pro horns

2 10" faital pros midbass front doors

4 4" faital pros 1 in each door

2 8" faital pros midbass rear doors

4 18s dss ethos under window line

6 blackcherries batts

2 mike S.270 phase 6 alts with stock bypass

Goal is to burp a 155.4 on 4120 watts clamped

And about 8 decals custom made from chow audio

Should be playing by the end of April if not buy the 1st big show TDH or slamology which ever 1st

Ps...started the recone will post pic later on it the week

Good luck with your goal! That has definitely got me interested.

I know its possible but in my truck will be kind of hard...a guy last year did that score on 6 12" kicker l7 and clamp 41?? at 54hrz Plus he was in a CRX...an if he was not so cocky I would not care but I have to shut him up this year...

Ps I like a good challenge.

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What is the measured orientation of your organization? Sealed dash, driver door open outlaw, driver door open dash?

 

Depending upon orientation I see your goal being extremely possible. I was simply pointing out your 2 largest set backs that you will have to build around extra well to overcome. Records were made to be broken and I want to see you do it!

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Midwest spl...

Class: basic 4

Everything as to look stock and but back in to oem condition

Clamp a max of 4120 watts and stay below 15.2 volts

Everthing most be below window line

Mic is place on thw passenger side windw

Shield and 2 to 3" at the bottom and and 8 to across...give or take Might have something wrong but thats what I know off the top of my head as for door anything go's

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Hey everybody...

Have not been updating the log in a long time do to winter and the fact that I broke my ipad...

So as of now my 2015 build will be

Ipad mini with a soundstream eq.

Twisted sounds 8.5k PAID

Twisted sounds 4&2 channel amp

2 eric steven pro horns

2 10" faital pros midbass front doors

4 4" faital pros 1 in each door

2 8" faital pros midbass rear doors

4 18s dss ethos under window line. PAID

4 blackcherries batts. PAID

2 mike S.270 phase 6 alts PAID

Goal is to burp a 155.4 on 4120 watts clamped

And about 8 decals custom made from chow audio

Should be playing by the end of April if not buy the 1st big show TDH or slamology which ever 1st

Ps...started the recone will post pic later on it the week DONE

Edited by Antoine'stahoe155+

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With horns the 4" Faital Pro's will be useless and wont really affect output in a good way, spend that money elsewhere. I wouldnt bother with rear door speakers either. Set it up correctly and front doors plus horns will be all you need .

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With horns the 4" Faital Pro's will be useless and wont really affect output in a good way, spend that money elsewhere. I wouldnt bother with rear door speakers either. Set it up correctly and front doors plus horns will be all you need .

A Jay-cee you gonna be at slamology this year..

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With horns the 4" Faital Pro's will be useless and wont really affect output in a good way, spend that money elsewhere. I wouldnt bother with rear door speakers either. Set it up correctly and front doors plus horns will be all you need .

A Jay-cee you gonna be at slamology this year..

No i will not but im in Arlington, Tx all day everyday. I dont wanna date just throwing simple advice out there, take it or leave it. When I fiirst came to this forum I had 23 speakers in my car, 20 minus the subs and I learn the hard way you could be louder or just as loud and sound better on less equipment.

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With horns the 4" Faital Pro's will be useless and wont really affect output in a good way, spend that money elsewhere. I wouldnt bother with rear door speakers either. Set it up correctly and front doors plus horns will be all you need .

A Jay-cee you gonna be at slamology this year..
No i will not but im in Arlington, Tx all day everyday. I dont wanna date just throwing simple advice out there, take it or leave it. When I fiirst came to this forum I had 23 speakers in my car, 20 minus the subs and I learn the hard way you could be louder or just as loud and sound better on less equipment.

Thanks for the advice...I just would love to hear your car in person thats all...stay up

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I am looking forward to this build Antoine!!!!

 

 

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I am looking forward to this build Antoine!!!!

A week or two I should be really getting my hands dirty weather is getting better so t can start fiberglass and work out outside

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I am looking forward to this build Antoine!!!!

A week or two I should be really getting my hands dirty weather is getting better so t can start fiberglass and work out outside

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3 days ago here we had a winter weather warning ..Real bad ice storm,1" sheet of ice under about 3" of sleet and snow...Today it was 60+ degrees outside crazy shit here!!! lol

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Where you at im in Missouri

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Where you at im in Missouri

TN

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