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U MD BRO truck 6 15" SSA Zcons 154+ Sleeper Build

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Ok, so I've never put a build log on here so please bear with me if I mess this up.  ehh.gif

 

This started as me wanting to get louder and ended up like nothing I could have imagined.  
Its a 2006 Chevy Silverado EXT cab 71 pickup with the 5.3L.
Equipment installed is:
2 Singer 350A Alternators (stock running as master)
MLA Module

American Bass 1100.1
5 C&D Batts
1 XS Power up front

2 sets Boston Pro 60SE Components (Running as coaxial)
Boston 2 channel
6 SSA Zcon 15s (4th order enclosure)

Some tire/suspension mods to hide the almost 2000lbs of equipment.

 

First the walkaround

 

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now into the build pics: (I didnt take very many)

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2012-07-17_07-14-37_135_zps542d97d3.jpg2012-09-02_20-45-26_664_zpsa8b31ace.jpg2012-09-02_20-45-13_269_zps0361d0e1.jpgIMG_0074_zpsd2198d47.jpg^^^^Crossovers in place of factory bose amp

IMG_0072_zps46a00531.jpgIMG_0073_zpsfaa50267.jpgIMG_0127_zps065f29c7.jpg^^^^Light Test of Million color LEDs

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^^^More Color Test

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^^Starting to work on the back

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^^^Ready for fuses

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^^Underhood complete

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^^^ Port into cab done..  It needs tuned yet but it hit 154.2 sealed on the TL at 46hz (too high for my blood, gonna put in a loading wall and drop it down. Shooting for 35-40hz peak)

More to come!!

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Awesome man!

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Wow does that look good! Nice work man.

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:phatyo: nice build

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nice work!!!

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I'm jealous... I bet it's impressively loud.

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Awesome work love seeing the zcons. Kepp the pics coming

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That makes brains melt. So awesome...

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Niiiice

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good stuff man! really like the led's!

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Really nice work man. I'm jealous of the room in the engine compartment lol. 

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Very nice work & detail

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Very nice setup, I would love to do a blow through someday.

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Awesome Looking Truck !!! Nice Setup !!!

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Very nice but whats the size of your enclosure?

I believe the enclosure is 8 cubes sealed, 16 cubes ported.  Those are rough numbers, because right now un-tuned I am looking at a 1.8 to 1.9:1 4th order.  There is too much port area, so I am in the process of getting a loading wall installed to narrow the bandwith.  Once the new port is installed, it consumes some of the current port as box area, so it jumps to around 2.1:1 ratio.  I am going to update this soon as more work is done to the system, and I will be clamping subs/ graphing response curves.  Now I know everyone is gonna say that is a small sealed space for those zcons, but they work suprising well in there.  And at a 154.2 sealed at 46hz untuned, IMO thats pretty good (better than I expected). The best part is the day we installed the amp we took it down to a show.  Once there, I demoed it at FULL VOLUME for close to 30 minutes immediately before entering the lanes and got the EXACT same score I achieved earlier that day with the amp install..OhYeah.gif

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thats a nasty setup right there. i like it

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Wow beautiful!

 

I knew you'd like it..

Now that this build is sold, time to start on the TAHOE build!!

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Wow beautiful!

 

I knew you'd like it..

Now that this build is sold, time to start on the TAHOE build!!

 

 With something Evil yes?

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