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Old 29th March 2010, 10:40 PM   #151
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Here are the stats, coated and very beutiful. they are only missing some metal and electonics, bummer. this weekend i hope to have what i have been working on finished and complete this post. from start to finish.
The tl's are too dang heavy to pick up by myself, but those will be sprayed as well, hopefully this week too.
I dont even think i going to use the grill cloth, the stats are a shimmering silver, with that and black, awesome look, different.
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Old 30th March 2010, 12:21 AM   #152
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this is why i cannot wait, i hope this paints a picture of surface area and some "real" sound coming soon.
I call this, "the red neck esl".
all for laughs now.
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Old 30th March 2010, 04:38 AM   #153
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my son came home and said,"i wish you could do that for my truck, it would be fresh." new lingo to me, but i guess the pics do not do justice. fresh??
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just tell him that "fresh" is a 90's term and it is out dated.bet you won't here "fresh" again! jer
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Old 31st March 2010, 12:59 AM   #155
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Charlie has a betterr soldering iron than i do. i think it is obvious.
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Old 31st March 2010, 01:11 AM   #156
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Charlie has a betterr soldering iron than i do. i think it is obvious.
That was a soldering iron? I thought it was a tire tool
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Charlie has a betterr soldering iron than i do. i think it is obvious.
That was a soldering iron? I thought it was a tire tool
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Old 31st March 2010, 01:54 AM   #158
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that tire tool works very well, too well.
checked the placement and joints, all is fine, jusst have to find someone to hold on to the green and black leads and make sure it works.
without the schematic, i think it turned out well, ugly as all get out, but it will work. nice critisismin Charlie, noted and appreciated.
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that tire tool works very well, too well.
checked the placement and joints, all is fine, jusst have to find someone to hold on to the green and black leads and make sure it works.
without the schematic, i think it turned out well, ugly as all get out, but it will work. nice critisismin Charlie, noted and appreciated.
not meaning to criticize good buddy... just amazed you did it with a tip as big as your thumb on that soldering iron!
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Charlie, have you ever measured the max spl of your panels?
If so at what power level and have you ever reached clipping on your amps?
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