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Old 7th January 2011, 03:10 AM   #1
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I know you guys do enable and phase plugs and myraid of other things to drivers.
I seen on the site where it says you can do drivers from parts express and i have a set of half changs im working on.
Could you possibly give me a list of things you can do to the b20 (goldwood knock off) and what each service costs?

This is the driver of interest to me.

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Old 7th January 2011, 03:25 AM   #2
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That is the successor to the popular Pioneer B20. I did a set up for Kenasi. They got pretty much the same treatment as is described in this FE167 thread. They need FE20x phase plugs (which cost more than the drivers). This would need to be checked with the new driver.

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ah cool
so puzzle coat, plugs and enable
any idea on what the cost would be?
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If it ends up being the same order of work as the B20, you are talking about something like $180. I don't know that it would be cost effective.

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When they have a 12 dollar price tag your probably right.
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