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Are those helo wheels on that blazer? I have the chrome helo 844's on my avenger they look very similar to yours just chrome with black ascents instead of solid black. And nice system by the way bet that thing gets crazy loud.

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Nice install work.

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10 hours ago, Billy Jack said:

Are those helo wheels on that blazer? I have the chrome helo 844's on my avenger they look very similar to yours just chrome with black ascents instead of solid black. And nice system by the way bet that thing gets crazy loud.

They where helos. They had chrome and black out inserts. Not the nicest rim on the planet by any means, but for a spl rig, they did the job, and looked OK doing it. Thanks for the comments :) I miss the blazer big time. 

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10 hours ago, Billy Jack said:

Are those helo wheels on that blazer? I have the chrome helo 844's on my avenger they look very similar to yours just chrome with black ascents instead of solid black. And nice system by the way bet that thing gets crazy loud.

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10 hours ago, Billy Jack said:

Are those helo wheels on that blazer? I have the chrome helo 844's on my avenger they look very similar to yours just chrome with black ascents instead of solid black. And nice system by the way bet that thing gets crazy loud.

They where helos. They had chrome and black out inserts. Not the nicest rim on the planet by any means, but for a spl rig, they did the job, and looked OK doing it. Thanks for the comments :) I miss the blazer big time. 

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I don't know man I think my chrome Helo's are as good as anything out there. I constantly get complement's on them. I know there are wheels that cost more but I actually picked them cause I loved the look. Can't beat black car with chrome wheels. 

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Good hell... i cant even click on my electric shaver with out getting a "reply" or "quote" on this. lol. New to this forum. Sorry. 

 

Ya billy, i did like em.......   But, on that rig i drove 2 states half the time to compete , fashion was mostly over come for function. But i still thought they looked rad. :shrugs:

 

anywho, the blazer was all mine, .. the car was me and my friend kennys work together, and the big boy build you see, was 99% his work. So thanks for compliments. Much work between the 2 of us. The big rig we have some upper plans for. Wanna be parked by Jared Gibson or Steve Mick , in the lanes on 599 :) ( we dont really care for the burp stuff. ..... no disrespect, but.....  long runs have been our goal for years) And,.. we are on 12 volt. LOL. But on term pro, we are already up there :) one show in. First show of the season. Peaking around 40 :) .

And we have already made changes, and got more reserve coming/in. ;)

 

A few weeks ago. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HlVve8am8A

 

We are still figuring this Band pass out. But,...  we are down the path. :)

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lol... no matter what i do, it doubles, and acts a fool. Sorry ... jesus.

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Minor forum glitch, it is being worked on.

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Minor forum glitch, it is being worked on.

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Heres the new amp lay out, with the 20 D1600's in there. Turned out ok. Time to gain match, and let it eat soon. ;)

 

 

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3 hours ago, Kylar96 said:

Heres the new amp lay out, with the 20 D1600's in there. Turned out ok. Time to gain match, and let it eat soon. ;)

 

 

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Very nice work!!

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9 hours ago, Kylar96 said:

Heres the new amp lay out, with the 20 D1600's in there. Turned out ok. Time to gain match, and let it eat soon. ;)

 

 

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25k watts of ass kick in that heavy Chevy. :lifter:

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On 9/23/2016 at 1:53 PM, Aaron Clinton said:

Very nice work!!

Thank you boss man. Means a lot coming from people like yourself. Much appreciated. Finish work, isnt really our bag. Neither of us are really that good at high zoot, top quality finish type work. Just dont know enough. But,... it looks OK, for what it is. 

Thanks again all for the comments, and such. Makes all the late night, early morning, hard ass, frustrating work worth it. I know you all know how that is. 

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32 minutes ago, Kylar96 said:

Thank you boss man. Means a lot coming from people like yourself. Much appreciated. Finish work, isnt really our bag. Neither of us are really that good at high zoot, top quality finish type work. Just dont know enough. But,... it looks OK, for what it is. 

 

The amp rack is great work for sure.

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Yea looks good to me of course I'm not their but from the picks it looks like a hell of a build. 

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20 hours ago, Aaron Clinton said:

The amp rack is great work for sure.

Yes sir, got to appreciate a nice rack. 

 

LOL Awesome work Kyle !!!

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