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Blowntweeters 
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Posted: August 10, 2005 at 9:23 PM / IP Logged  
i live in southern nevada we would be talking like 8 months from now and i know that shiping will cost a lot it would  cost you less to deliver it to me
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haemphyst wrote:
I have never seen PMR before... living under a rock, I guess... but after watching THAT, I don't think I *ever* WANT to see it. All I can say is: "There's 5 minutes of my life I'll NEVER get back"...
If I never click another link to a PMR webpage or PMR content, it'll be a week too soon, and God forgive me if I happen to land on the channel while it's playing...
"Lame, Lame, LAME!!!" >Syndrome, The Incredibles...
Also, 130dB... with 6kW of power?!?! What's wrong with THIS picture? I can get 130dB with one Eclipse Ti 12, and a third the power. And I still have a trunk, and back seats... In my CIVIC!!! I think this woofer is compensation for something... Using the trunk as an enclosure? How many OTHER things are wrong with this story? Alternator? Old style caps? Buick CENTURY!?! They just QUADRUPLED the value of the car, with the woofer alone! "Weak, man... Weak." >Cartman, South Park
Ok, I'm done... Flame away! Don't care...
I agree the show IS lame, but it is also one of MTVs highest rated shows and a lot of people love it. which makes it a great advertising tool. I have personally seen it hit in the high 140s with prototype parts and enclosures with less power than it needs.
but to be fair to West coast Customs, take a look at their website and some of the jobs that they do for customers and not for the show. they do a really great job. it may not be your personal taste, but the finish work is really good.
http://www.westcoastcustoms.com/Home/Pages/index.htm
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haemphyst wrote:
Ok, I'm done... Flame away! Don't care...
No flame here, I totally agree.
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Posted: August 11, 2005 at 12:17 AM / IP Logged  

DYohn wrote:
Yea, you have to multiple Canadian scores by 0.74 to get American equivalent.  160 Canadian = 118.4 American.  MTX 22'' Jackhammer - Page 5 -- posted image.

Depending on the time of year, the rate will vary. In the winter the score will decrease due to the cold and increase in the summer due to the heat. Thanks DYohn for the conversion. MTX 22'' Jackhammer - Page 5 -- posted image.

Jeff
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Velocity Motors wrote:

DYohn wrote:
Yea, you have to multiple Canadian scores by 0.74 to get American equivalent.  160 Canadian = 118.4 American.  MTX 22'' Jackhammer - Page 5 -- posted image.

Depending on the time of year, the rate will vary. In the winter the score will decrease due to the cold and increase in the summer due to the heat. Thanks DYohn for the conversion. MTX 22'' Jackhammer - Page 5 -- posted image.

HAHA    good to see you Chime in Jeff...I keep looking on the USACI canadian records to see yourself and Rob(forbidden) but havent yet....what gives????
Did a cold front blow through and sweep all your db's away?
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Posted: August 11, 2005 at 8:11 AM / IP Logged  
We've had an OK summer but we need it to get hotter to make the surrounds on the subs softer. The MTX Jackhammer will be great for us on those 89 degree days but crap for those -30 degree months !!
Jeff
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We just dont care down here in the US.    Espically the group of competitors I have been running with.     If you cant get the # you wanted, blow it all up trying!
And this we have done.    So far the year has taken its toll on 2 eclipses, 2 kicker xs100's, 3 kicker L7's and a head unit.   
No one siad this would be a cheap sport to get into, and next year I will finially be running for myself...To many questions asking why I dont run and just help build everyone elses stuff haha.    
Well it is time to Tell everyone to build thier owe SPL cars between shows, Im gonna go and work on my own.
It should be interesting, there are some plans in motion already that include 8 amps, 4 subs, about a dozen batterys, and a small car.       should be interesting
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didn't clarion or someone else make a 36" sub back in the day???
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Audiobahn made the AWT34 34" waste of materials...

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Posted: August 12, 2005 at 8:47 AM / IP Logged  
The biggest sub I've heard of was 30" for a home audio set up, but I can't remember the name of it. It looked like a washing mahine with a sub in it the enclosure was so big.
Jeff
Velocity Custom Home Theater
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Morden, Manitoba CANADA
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