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Makes sense and cant beat free. Yeah start with those doors and one 10 and go from there to see if it's what you want, if not then start over.

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More stuff came to today plus stickers....KIMG0153_zpsjpxturqh.jpg

Toolmaker plus skyhigh....so hard to get these had to call in a favor for the 10 1/0 inputs

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Love my decals more to come #team IAK #TeamDSSKIMG0154_zps1mottuwa.jpg ghost look...I like it KIMG0155_zpsfu74kedq.jpgKIMG0156_zps6mf7xvl2.jpg

Two weeks into first comp will I be ready idk...

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More stuff came to today plus stickers....KIMG0153_zpsjpxturqh.jpg

Toolmaker plus skyhigh....so hard to get these had to call in a favor for the 10 1/0 inputs

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Love my decals more to come #team IAK #TeamDSSKIMG0154_zps1mottuwa.jpg ghost look...I like it KIMG0155_zpsfu74kedq.jpgKIMG0156_zps6mf7xvl2.jpg

Two weeks into first comp will I be ready idk...

Nice bro!!

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Mike singer is a good dude with a great product and killer customer support. I would recommend anyone to do business with him.

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His Eclipse with the two TC 18's was the first woofer video I ever watched on the web. :P

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Mike singer is a good dude with a great product and killer customer support. I would recommend anyone to do business with him.

Yeah I only go to him.meme5974341001_zpsugluo2co.jpg

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Mike singer is a good dude with a great product and killer customer support. I would recommend anyone to do business with him.

Yeah I only go to him.meme5974341001_zpsugluo2co.jpg
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Yes yes yes....my electrical should be done by monday night..._20150326_032902_zpswaguvind.jpg

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And thats thants next amp install will be wed...cant what

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Looking good man

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Thanks....man hoping for a 155+

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Fire Engine Red FTW!

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Nice brother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thanks cant wait to see my voltage drop so I can add more money to my electrical

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Look what showed up...

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