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11-08-2015 06:28 PM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Well it plays lol, I will say so far the lithium it's tits full tilt 7k at 1 ohm while driving I'm dropping a tenth or two at most. Not sure on numbers (don't think it's a 50) really didn't play it long will probably still my meter on the windshield on the way to work set it on peak hold and see what I come up with and go from there. Definitely need some bus bars for the lithium it was a pain to wire up.
11-08-2015 08:38 AM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

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Originally Posted by southerntrendkill View Post
U spend 1500 on a battery?
Yeah Lithium Juicebox battery, it weighs 30 pounds and should support around 10k rms.
Quote:
Originally Posted by 97_eldo View Post
hopefully that battery performs well enough to justify the price

overall looks good. why do you think it will flop?

thanx for sharing
I think it will flop because there isn't a ton of room for air to glow from the trunk to the cabin as the box is large we will see I guess.
11-08-2015 08:03 AM
97_eldo
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

hopefully that battery performs well enough to justify the price

overall looks good. why do you think it will flop?

thanx for sharing
11-07-2015 09:12 PM
southerntrendkill
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

U spend 1500 on a battery?
11-07-2015 11:38 AM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Well I'm getting closer however I'm feeling like this is going to come out as a flop idk why. Anyhow onto pictures.

Got my subs mounted and wired up my Ohmega switch even have it in what I feel is an awesome spot.

Mounted my amp to my back seat the white strips are wood wrapped in suede they turned out ok I guess but the work well since my split seat now moves as a unit and everything is solid.

Last but not least my lithium finally came however I would think if you spent $1500 on a battery they'd give you a sticker for your window lol. Hopefully it performs well.
10-31-2015 04:14 PM
garychurch84
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

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Originally Posted by southerntrendkill View Post
Ok right on man. Btw looks good man!
agreed ^^^^
10-31-2015 02:16 PM
southerntrendkill
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Ok right on man. Btw looks good man!
10-31-2015 02:13 PM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

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Originally Posted by southerntrendkill View Post
U sell in the copper ones?
Haven't decided yet don't know if one pair will be enough or not it's to be determined.
10-31-2015 02:07 PM
southerntrendkill
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

U sell in the copper ones?
10-31-2015 01:54 PM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Well I actually did something today nothing major but something which feels ok since this build has been stalled for a while now. Switched my gold ft1's for the black ft1's just because they look better in my opinion. I also figured out how to wire my Ohmega switch. The switch was giving me issues because my brain wasn't working right you could say. Also my lithium is done Kevin put the stickers on Friday so hopefully I'll have it next week. Tomorrow I hope to build a small box for my switch and get the subs in.
10-03-2015 09:08 PM
coilbaker
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

And how you like those subs,I'm 2 months into breaking in the hdc3 18 stupid loud gets super low
10-03-2015 09:06 PM
coilbaker
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Well birch ftw box coming out good man keep up the good work. Also the port is nasty.
10-03-2015 04:44 PM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Fully custom Fi N3 15's their is pictures on one of the pages of this thread. I think it's cabinet grade oak I can't remember to be honest.
10-03-2015 09:07 AM
coilbaker Looks good bro,is that maple,if so we used the same birch.what subs are you running
10-03-2015 07:49 AM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Well I finished assembling my box last night. Sadly I'm at a standstill again as I have to wait for my Juicebox Lithium and Ohmega Switch . As of now not sure where I'll be mounting my amps either behind the box or on my back seat are the options. This is most likely the most well braced enclosure that I've built.


09-13-2015 05:59 AM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

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Originally Posted by 97_eldo View Post
that is some very nice work. that port looks way better than any sonotube could ever look.
alot of work in that piece.
how many kerf cuts in there.....lol

thanx for sharing
Not exactly sure it's 36 inches around and there is each 13/16 of wood between each cut so probably 30 plus. Lots of rewarding work in my opinion I love being unique.
09-13-2015 05:56 AM
97_eldo
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

that is some very nice work. that port looks way better than any sonotube could ever look.
alot of work in that piece.
how many kerf cuts in there.....lol

thanx for sharing
09-13-2015 04:12 AM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Thanks guys it's 10.75 in diameterdiameter, made a little progress on Saturday not a whole lot, on to the pictures. Got the bottom, left and back sides put together in the trunk. Hopefully I'll finish the rest next time I'm home.

Custom back plates for my N3 15's came from Audio Contraptions.

Installed.

Stained the box before taking it apart cherry on the box natural on the port.
Back of the port rounded over.
09-12-2015 12:55 AM
KickinBlazer
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

nice box bro and hell yea that port has some serious booty
09-11-2015 10:02 PM
southerntrendkill
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

And holy sheet that port looks hugeee !!
09-11-2015 10:01 PM
southerntrendkill
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

I can see it fine
09-11-2015 08:47 PM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

For some reason whenever I'm on my laptop my pictures never load but I can see them on my phone. Let me know if you guys can't see them lol. Little progress on the port today get some time to work on it more tomorrow then off to Minnesota.
09-10-2015 09:48 AM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Alright so it's been a while since I've had an update guess it's time for that. I'd been looking for a new vehicle but have yet to find one so I've began to do a build in the grand prix after all. 2 FI N3 15's built by Jeff Hulbert, going to be at 1 ohm on my 7k paid for half of a Juicebox Lithium last night will pay off the rest next week. Started building a box going to have to build inside the trunk but I put everything together outside to test fit etc. Going to make a port out of kerfed red oak was going to go sono tube but I don't like the way they look and they seem kind of flimsy and uninformed.
08-01-2015 01:25 PM
nkrell11
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Nope I put a down payment on a Juicebox lithium now I just have to save the money to pay for one. That way I'll save a lot of weight.
08-01-2015 12:54 PM
Beckerson1
Re: The Grand Prix Rebuild nkrell11

Recon Northstar G31 on mobileaudioforum.com if you'd consider them.
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