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6 SSA DCON 15's Walled/92 Chevy

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This is my truck with 6 SSA DCON 15's running on a crescendo BC3500

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I need pictures!

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Nice Vid and Welcome to SSA !!!

I'd like to see more of that GMT400 (Chevy truck) ...

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That was awesome. Love watching the DCON's in action. What are they wired down to?

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thanks! i will gradually upload more videos and such, im trying to figure out this picture upolading situation lol i have the top 3 wired to 2.6 ohms and vise versa with the bottom 3

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Is it a cap on the floor ? To do what ?

Nice fully loaded wall !

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yeah thats a cap, i only have 2 standard napa batteries so im trying not to kill them haha

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sweet build,love that action,

you have alot of FI stickers for a truck loaded down with SSA subs !!!:P

lose the cap. its hurting more then its helping, cant wait to see more of this truck!

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haha yeah i know i have alot of FI stickers, i had 2 BL 18's, i spent all my money on the 15's i couldnt afford any SSA stickers haha, No numbers yet, i finished it up just last week, next time i goto the city ill be getting it metered, the BL 18's were hitting 143.8DB and this is much louder so i just have to wait and see

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That's sweet! I'd love to have 6 15s. Wall specs?

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Thank marks! sounds good, i will get some pictures and email them to you.

watts09 im not completely sure what the specs are anymore, when i built it i made a miscalculation so i had to make the port smaller and put some expanding foam inside it

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Have you had it on a spl meter yet. If yes what were the numbers?

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No numbers yet, in a week or so i should

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No numbers yet, in a week or so i should

Cool can't wait to see the numbers.

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looks pretty nice man! Good work!

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Just some pics of the build

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So im driving to go make a video and when i get out and tip my seat forward i realize i broke a few screws lol

Do not underestimate the power of a DCON, by far satisfied with tis product.

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And heres the beefy 220 Amp DC power alternatorIMG_1267.jpg

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Nice alt! As stated, ditch the cap.

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when i get it metered ill try with and without the cap to see whats better decibel wise

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Get some bracing in that box or you will keep breaking screws, and not from the Dcons but from baffle flex. The port is not acting as a brace so you have six 15's on a big double baffle surface which is no where near enough!!!!!!!!

Sorry to be critical but I think it needs pointed out

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The Dcons are in beast mode. Anybody care to guess the numbers?

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