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Old 10-29-2003, 04:34 AM   #11
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Looking good!!! I've been giving back massages for awhile now! I always recomend on getting a bigger cap than needed. I have 1,450 watts RMS and I run a 5 farad alumpro. They work different than the cyclinder types, those are really called stiffing caps BTW. I had a diming light show in the Aurora and didn't want that again so I got a optima yellow top for the system. Now I can park whereever and play for hours without worring about going dead.

I guy told me to go into ABT (electronics/stereo shop) and tell them that another store, I used tweeter would sell it to me for $80 less and they beat the price. Sure it would work else where too.

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God, I hope I never need to haul that much crap around just for sound!!

But, to each his own. Just please, turn it down if your on NE Univeristy at night. I'm trying to sleep!
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God, I hope I never need to haul that much crap around just for sound!!

But, to each his own. Just please, turn it down if your on NE Univeristy at night. I'm trying to sleep!
I concur.
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If it'* too loud, we're too old...
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If it'* too loud, we're too old...
Damn straight!!! My Father, everytime he rides with me, "turn it down boy, are you tring to **** me off".
I say "Dad the volume is only on 7 out of 35" He dosen't care.
Mom as passanger, "That sounds great, turn it up"
Dad is getting old.
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If it'* too loud, we're too old...
Damn straight!!! My Father, everytime he rides with me, "turn it down boy, are you tring to **** me off".
I say "Dad the volume is only on 7 out of 35" He dosen't care.
Mom as passanger, "That sounds great, turn it up"
Dad is getting old.
That'* the exact difference between my mom and dad!!...
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