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Old 01-13-2014, 04:59 PM
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Thanks!, it was $96 plus 6$ shipping in the US. 0% chrome now!

Just make sure you can mount it (there is enough pipe between the mount and the existing tip, otherwise you will have to make an extension and weld that on).


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See chrome no good. Might need to paint it but it will be hard since its welded on
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Old 01-13-2014, 07:44 PM
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See chrome no good. Might need to paint it but it will be hard since its welded on
Get some high temp paint used for exhaust systems. Its about 7$ a can at the parts stores
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Get some high temp paint used for exhaust systems. Its about 7$ a can at the parts stores
Any how to? I will probably do it this Thursday.
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Old 01-13-2014, 08:16 PM
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Any how to? I will probably do it this Thursday.
Just be sure to lightly and I mean lightly scuff the surface of the tip so the paint will stick. Just make sure you clean it good before you spray.
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Old 01-13-2014, 09:21 PM
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Just be sure to lightly and I mean lightly scuff the surface of the tip so the paint will stick. Just make sure you clean it good before you spray.
What do you recommend cleaning it with? I know I'm asking a lot of questions but you know me Jeff lol
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What do you recommend cleaning it with? I know I'm asking a lot of questions but you know me Jeff lol
A good steal wool to scuff it with and clean with rubbing alcohol. I dont mind the questions, Iove to help out.

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Well it wasn't the line converter. Any ideas what would make my sub start to randomly cut it and out?
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Well it wasn't the line converter. Any ideas what would make my sub start to randomly cut it and out?
Hey bro. I had the same issues when I first put my system in. I ended up putting heavier ground wires on it and put the amp where its better ventilated. Hasnt cut out since and its been a year and a half.

Edit: is the ohms the same as the amp's requirements? If the ohms are wrong you will cause the amp to heat up and cut out. It is the factory amp on an aftermarket sub?
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Hey bro. I had the same issues when I first put my system in. I ended up putting heavier ground wires on it and put the amp where its better ventilated. Hasnt cut out since and its been a year and a half. Edit: is the ohms the same as the amp's requirements? If the ohms are wrong you will cause the amp to heat up and cut out. It is the factory amp on an aftermarket sub?
It's an alpine sub 500 watt rms with and alpine amp 500 watt rms. both aftermarket. Mine is set up in the same place my dads is we have the same sub and amp set up and positioning his works great. And it has like 4 gauge ground wire
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It's an alpine sub 500 watt rms with and alpine amp 500 watt rms. both aftermarket. Mine is set up in the same place my dads is we have the same sub and amp set up and positioning his works great. And it has like 4 gauge ground wire
How do you have the amp tuned? Too much gain or bass boost can cause it too. If not you may need bigger wires. Mine I had were 4g wires as well on my pioneer 800watt. I ended up going with +1g wires used on military vehicals.
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How do you have the amp tuned? Too much gain or bass boost can cause it too. If not you may need bigger wires. Mine I had were 4g wires as well on my pioneer 800watt. I ended up going with +1g wires used on military vehicals.
I tuned it using a multimeter right where it should be set at. It makes me kinda sad cause I can almost guarantee it is something totally simple I'm not thinking about
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I tuned it using a multimeter right where it should be set at. It makes me kinda sad cause I can almost guarantee it is something totally simple I'm not thinking about
It may be. I had to put bigger wires on my grounds
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