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Just payed for a twisted sounds 150.4

Now where the heck im I going to fit this thing at....

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This little thing came in 150.4

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Taking 4 ever but coming alone well

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Received this about two weeks later

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Singer 370 phase6

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Guess this supposed to be the go TO belt

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Playing around with these attwood 4000 they are loud js

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KIMG0321_zpsubhx41sa.jpg this pissed me off did not want to sign for them at all but all on all

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And thats that still need to order rcas, wires, and lttle stuff

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Trying to have it all playing by August 8th

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Hell of an upgrade, that 150.4 is sexy :droolcup:

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Very nice man!

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Thanks guys....

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Been working on this....for the pass couple dayz....plexiglass window to show off the motors of the tridents...

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Looking good! smile.png

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Been working on this....for the pass couple dayz....plexiglass window to show off the motors of the tridents...IMG_20150724_191358_zpsz4dv1bfo.jpg

coming along well so far, just need some edges rounded over.

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Yeah....and I need to add two more layers of mdf

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How do you plan on finishing off the enclosure: stain, paint or carpet/vinyl?

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looking to paint matching it with my interior....but will see once done and ready for the next step....

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Wires came in today....3/0 eb flex and 6 ga, plus some 2ga man this stuff is heavy but it fits in to the oversize 1/0 amp inputs with out any problems.....

But guess who for got to order wire lugs....this guy....lol

115ft of 3/0

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Wires came in today....3/0 eb flex and 6 ga, plus some 2ga man this stuff is heavy but it fits in to the oversize 1/0 amp inputs with out any problems.....

But guess who for got to order wire lugs....this guy....lol

115ft of 3/0

Lots of wire bro! nice smile.png

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Well got done with most of the engine bay

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Still have to run the grounds and run the three positives to the back but going good

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By the way cutting this stuff is a pain

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Update...

Subs are in

Amps are in

And all playing vid and pics coming soon

Will be able to clamp and meter on the 23rd

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Heres one pic

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O and this too...KIMG0417_zpscjd9amh0.jpg

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