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Posted: Wed Jun 25, 2008 4:20 pm
by nismo
X-OvrDistortion wrote:you cut me deep that cut me real deep.................

Did you use the safe word? That's what its there for. Remember, 'hurts so good' is okay, 'hurts bad' is not.


Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:47 am
by 95Honda
Glad to see you are using the right kind of power cable!

Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 10:38 am
by nismo
I had a bunch of that 2/0 welding wire but I ran out :(


Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:30 pm
by Nigel
nice looking job so far, keep it up along with the pics.


Posted: Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:41 am
by Member02
hmmm for some reason this thread makes me wanna add a thrid wheel to my motorcycle, incase it in a fiberglass cocoon and then add a stereo, likely resulting in an end result near 43mpg...

sometimes I just wish I could have a cup holder and listen to music while riding my motorcycle...

I second the motion to remove the rear seats in favor of showing off x-over/eq since few people use them anymore., of course the amp should be shown too.

that is a clean sintall

Posted: Fri Aug 22, 2008 11:20 pm
by TalNLnky
Looking like I won't have the help doing this install that I initially thought I would because my buddy works weekends, and I have weekends off.... and he lives 5hrs north of me.

SO...., might not get around to installing the Denon & 3-ways and glass work, and amp rack until spring/summer 09. New teaching job.... lots of work the first year. With this realization I decided to spend an afternoon and throw in something to get me through the coming months until I can complete the install.

So... here's the stats:

Deck: Stock
Fronts: Stock
Rears: disconected

Subs: Dual Tangband 740c 8" subs
Box: Ported 1.2cuft @ 28hz
Amp: Us Acoustics 2080. 80wx2@4ohm.
Subs are SVC4ohm wired series for an 8ohm load bridged on the amp... Thus giving a grand total of 80rms total/ 40rms per sub.

Sounds a lot better now. i've always loved these tangband subs, glad I didn't sell them before the move.

I only have one problem... I tried to tap into what I thought was the power antenna wire on the wiring harness... and use that as a remote turn on lead.... didn't work... anybody know what wire I can tap into so I don't have to use a toggle switch to turn my amp on?. Car is a Toyota 08 yaris hatch