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cowwboy
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Daniel
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My Boat
Boat Year:
02
Boat Make:
malibu
Boat Model:
vlx
Ballast Setup:
1100 bags in both lockers with a bit of lead here and there.
Stereo Setup:
Pair of 485's on the tower with a Arc 300.2 on each
DD 3512 sub with a DD M1b (1500W)
Arc 300.4 on the interrior
Tow Vehicle:
02 f150 screw
Recent Activity
13 day(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: CC 2001 revamp company
I had high hopes for their little diesel model also. Hate to see the small start up not make it.
13 day(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: Water cooled amps
I wanted to do a quick disconnect and was afraid of pressure loss if I used the industrial fittings I tried (parker snap tite). So I tested the flow rite's as they come and then added one and finally two o-rings and was confident then. They honest...
13 day(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: Water cooled amps
I don't care what amps you buy what power supply or what load they are under. When you shove them into a sealed compartment, that entire compartment will get hot. The goal of this project was to make it so even if the amps were buried in towels it...
13 day(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: Water cooled amps
No fly high fittings were used. What you are confusing for fly high fittings is the flow-rite fittings. That as has been stated, was pressure tested to 300psi for 24 hours with only .2 psi drop using a fluke netdaq data logger with a rosemount 3...
13 day(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: Water cooled amps
The first one, which can't be seen I barely have 20 bucks into. The fancy looking machined ones were $300 a pair for machining and programming alone. Now that the programming is done I can get the cost down but just material alone is not cheap. ...
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14 day(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: McDonalds answer to $15 minimum wage cashiers
John, Automation didn't kill our industrial industry. The EPA did. This is coming from someone who does automation and makes money on the fact that the EPA is crushing our manufacturing industry (emissions testing).
3 week(s) ago
cowwboy made a post in this thread: Wetsounds new wireless link.
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