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#1 of 5 AndrewVH

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Posted November 17 2004 - 02:10 AM

I'm competing in carstereo.com's Online Car Audio Competition (OCAC) for the first time with one of my installs.

I'm trying to take 1st, 2nd or 3rd place in the class 2 classification to win a trophy.

I needed 16,000 points to make it into first place be for the first competition cycle ends in February.

You don't have to be a member to rate my system, but if you sign up and become a certified or pro judge I will receive a lot more points.

The link to my install gallery is:
carstereo.com/installs/photo_gallery_album.cfm?galleryid=31

#2 of 5 Greg_R

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Posted November 18 2004 - 11:55 AM

How about a link to the rest of your competition so we can vote accordingly?

Hmmmm... I would have thought you'd learn your lesson after getting flamed off the Caraudioforum board.

#3 of 5 JoeGibs

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Posted November 19 2004 - 12:26 AM

looks like you had it installed at "dukes car audio" and you're trying to win a competition for "your install work"?? right... and just so you know, whoever made that box is a tard for firing subs in two different directions

#4 of 5 Scott L

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Posted November 19 2004 - 01:02 AM

lol nice find greg, with all the 1's people have been giving him he has a solid 5 out of 10.

#5 of 5 Greg_R

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Posted November 19 2004 - 12:01 PM

A serious issue with the install is the lack of ventilation for 2 of the 3 amps (they are mostly encased in a MDF enclosure). No air movement is bad for these passively cooled amps!