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This is a discussion on My new sub bow and turbo timer placement within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I had this done before my vacation last week. The sub is a Rainbow competition out of a show car ...

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    My new sub bow and turbo timer placement

    I had this done before my vacation last week. The sub is a Rainbow competition out of a show car in my town and the amp is an Arc Audio 2100. I also had the stereo place cut out the clock and mount the Greddy full auto turbo timer. I just hope these pics show up.
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    the rest.
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    ok i cant get these to work all together so i am going to post them one at a time.
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    Oh...sub BOX...I see Very nice
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    Yeah i forgot to edit my post. OOPS!!!! poopie!!!

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    I've never heard of those brands of car audio products.. What size sub? How much SPL do you expect to get?
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    Originally posted by Th3Franz
    I've never heard of those brands of car audio products
    Rainbow is based in Germany and they make some very nice (and very expensive) speakers. http://www.rainbow-car-audio.com/home/

    Arc Audio is a relative newcomer (1998) to the car audio scene, but their products are very high-end. Their amps remind me of the old
    PPI AM/ART and Zapco Competition series of amplifiers. http://www.arcaudio.com (check out the 4000-XXK )
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    I wasnt going to a high decible level because i perfer the sound to be clear and pure with no distortion not load. Its a 12 inch sub.
    As for the companies. The owner of Arc Audio is named Damitre, i dont know how to spell his name exactly, but he was the engineer behind Zapco's Compitition line amps. I just love his amps now. And that 4000-kkk is insane... What the hell do you need over 2000 rms watts for. As for Rainbow, i dont know a lot about this company. The owner of a company out here called Lodi Auto Stereo told me that I would injoy these speakers and so far I am very impressed. I cant wait to finish my stereo. Rainbow and Arc all the way with a nice Eclipse head unit and eq. If you guys read car stereo magazine you might have heard of Lodi Auto Stereo. If not they are the ones that designed the stereo for the Millenium Mack.

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    You've got some nifty stuff but you seriously gotta fix that picture size.

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    Wow sounds like you got a nice SQ system planned out. Can't wait to see more pics and hear how the rest of it goes. One of my friends just got a new Eclipse head unit in his Jeep. It's amazing. I still like my Pioneer a lot. Good luck with the rest of the system. I wish I could hear it in person.
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    wow i really like the idea of the turbo timer. i might have to steal that idea when i replace my manual boost controller with a ebc. nice job
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    Do You still have access to yur spare tire?Are you driving a seda or wagon...cant tell with pics? And is that a 10 or 12? Pretty sharp looking dude.

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    Hey Tom,

    The spare tire is tucked away in my garage. My scooby is a sedan and the speaker is a 12.

    Hopefully in the next few months I will be lowering my car and then I will be installing a new Eclipse deck with my gauges above it in a DIN sized space. I will have pics for you guys as soon as I get them installed.

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