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Old 11-15-2004, 10:59 PM   #1
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http://realmofexcursion.com/videos/Alpine/typer10.4.wmv

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just playing around today.. I wish my camera had a better frame rate to catch my bumper flexing.. LOL people always think I have 12'* or a 15 there amazed when they see its a 10.. I guess I got lucky and built the right box.. The movie doesnt do it justice..

anyways on with the show..
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Craziness.
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HOLY EXCURSION BATMAN! Dang, what kind of amp you have pushing that thing?
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Cool video, hey what CD is that?

My buddy has one of those subs running off a old Pheonix Gold, hes worked in a stereo shop for a while. Anyways, he started off sealed (in a Jetta) and sounded pretty good, pouded incredible hard, more than how my 2 10in W7s than he built a slot port box like you did and it was crazy loud. after 3 weeks he went back to the sealed box.

Moral of the story know how much bass you want and plan around it, those Alpine subs get a thumbs up from me if SPL is your thing.
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That was cool.
Amazing response from that single 10".

Taylor'* system would have made those pennies bounce 2" in the air.

Ya, what was that CD ?
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nice. my R12"* flex at least six inches(so does my roof) to my bass cd'*. the penny song was get low by lil' jon!!
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my R12"* flex at least six inches(so does my roof)
Ya....right.
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my R12"* flex at least six inches(so does my roof)
Ya....right.
ha, ha.
That'* some big excersion there.

Think I'll have to shoot a crappy quicktime video of my roof flexing with some pennies, they will jump that'* for sure. Got to get it in before I fix that problem with a few layers of dynamat on the roof.
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my R12"* flex at least six inches(so does my roof)
Ya....right.
its not as hard as you think with all the crap i listen to
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my R12"* flex at least six inches(so does my roof)
Ya....right.
its not as hard as you think with all the crap i listen to
I hate to tell ya but there is no way that sub has a 6" excursion

hell the type r 12 has 7" mounting depth so basically the whole sub would have to come out of the enclosure

It may flex but lets be realistic..
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