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Thats a tight setup RF! are the subs in a fiberglass enclosure or is it an MDF box with ports, cunningly disguised? Also with the other battery in the back, are you running the stock alternator? If so, could you tell me how to hook that up as my two 12's are sucking the crud out of my single battery setup.

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Thats a tight setup RF! are the subs in a fiberglass enclosure or is it an MDF box with ports, cunningly disguised? Also with the other battery in the back, are you running the stock alternator? If so, could you tell me how to hook that up as my two 12's are sucking the crud out of my single battery setup.

 

 

Good Morning Red!!

 

Well, let me start with the current setup. Those are two 12's (RF Punch HE2) 500W RMS per. The enclosure is MDF, slightly slanted in the back so it fits up against the back seat, covered with black car carpet with RF ports. The amp is a Type RF X7 (which I have a new pic with the new chrome cover and red cockpit/feet) which pushes 650W RMS per sub. Two 1 Farad digital capacitors from RF, which obly one is hooked into the X7 cause the other one is waiting to be hooked into the other amps which will be inside, but I am getting ahead of myself. The cable used to connect the amp to the head unit is a RF Riot 5.0 platinum, and as a matter a fact, all wiring in the sound system is all Type RF Platinum competition from the 1/0 AWG cables at the front car battery to the 8 AWG wires at the end of the system. All fused distribution blocks, connectors, and cables are RF platinum series. The battery is, of course, RF and is located in the trunk which can be seen through the plexiglass. Now. I am running the stock alternator, but I am running a battery isolator/regulator inbetween the car battery and the system battery. This allows the system battery to be charged to full capacity, and then the regulator switches to power the car battery til its full. The regulator also keeps the system from draining the battery so far down to the point that the car wouldn't start. Now, you have to be careful how you hook up the batteries, cause if you hook them up wrong, you will end up with a 24 volt system, and this will fry everything in the car. Now, I am including some pics that have never been seen before , cause I just took them, but they will eventually be posted on my gallery. One more thing. I wasn't going to say anything, cause I wanted to announce it in the Forum, but here is the little secret. I am in discussions with RF and they are going to sponsor my ride for next years big show in Europe. I will let everyone know what is going on and how the process is going as I get more info from RF. Take care and if you have any questions then let me know. Later!!

 

J.D.

 

 

 

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