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Changing Amps?
My current system is: 2x Alpine MRP-M500 500W RMS @ 2ohms Each mono runs a Rockford Fosgate punch P3 DVC P3D412, which are 500RMS and peak at 1000 So I can always hit the RMS, but never go higher that that (in theory?). For the longest time I always thought Peak was a junk number that didnt...
3 Weeks Ago 01:09 AM
by Ninja1990
0 Amplifier Help
84 Camaro Restoration
Can everyone please rate me up, and nominate my car on CarDomain!! This has been about a 4 year project. This is the first car I've ever bought, and I've had it for over 20 years now! It started life as a 2.8l V6, el cheapo model. Nothing fancy at all. When the engine died, I decided... ( 1 2 3... Last Page)
4 Weeks Ago 03:25 PM
by Chris from Washington
33 Install Show Off

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Chris from Washington 05-04-14 07:59 PM
This tutorial is designed to help you build a set of kickpods for your car. This set is for my 3rd Gen Camaro, but you can use these steps to design some for any car. This is my first attempt at making kickpods, but I think they came out pretty good so I thought I would share. I have...
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Chris from Washington 04-24-14 02:09 PM
This tutorial will show you how to easily make various size speaker rings. Materials List: Plunge Router (I used a Sears brand, but the jig works with many different types) JasperJig 240 This jig makes life so much easier and gives you tons of options, it's a must have. 3/4 MDF Drill...
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