Welcome! Here's a couple pics of my ride:
The SPL install within, is simple, yet powerfully effective. Head unit is a Pansonic DF88, running front an... Show mored rear signal through Tsunami connects, and into a Coustic 320qe 4 channel amp. This amp runs my Infinity 4" plate fronts, as well as my Alumapro Alusonic 8" under the dash, as seen here:
The DF88 also sends Low-passed voltage to the main part of the install. a Cadence A7hc, delivering over 1400 watts to a pair of Digital Designs 3500 series 15"s. The DD's are running in a 13.5 cuft wall, with 200 sq inches of port, and play a brutal peak either at 30hz, with a 55 sq inch port block, or 39 hz without.
The electrical system consists of: 160 amp high output alternator, and two NAPA deep cycle batteries in the trunk. Wire is all Tsunami, consisting of 1/0 gauge from the alternator back, and for the ground. Tsunami Distro blocks run 4 gauge power and ground to each amp. My Voltage is extremely stable, and on the worst days, I suffer a mere .2 volt drop on my burp.
Here's pics of my amps, and wall:
And of course, the one and only....DUCTTAPED BATTLE HELMET!
I am the 2001 MECA World Champion for my reality MR4 SPL class. I'm also the West Virginia State Champion in MR4, and a former XX class West Virginia Record Holder.
Here's me accepting my World Championship trophy (I'm in the yellow shirt..)
I'm currently a forum moderator for soundillusions.net, and captain of their SPL team, as well as a Member of Team Digital Designs, and Driven By Sound.
I wanna thank My best friend, and team mate, Chad Harvey, for helping me build the wall.
I also wanna give a shout to all the people I competed with all season, especially the ones in the pic up above. Thanks for making it fun!
The next page has pics of my first competing vehicle, and some other stuff as well Show Less