sf1nsfv
i know that are so many variables involved in this..but at approximately what db do vehicles start to noticeably flex? and what kind of power does it take to do this...? my gf's son wanted to know...thanks in advance
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warlord
140db and above and any small amp can give u that flex with the right enclosure.
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Kim
Low hz = big flexing
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galacticmonkey
Exactly... Being loud definately helps, but super low notes are where you get some nasty flex.
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sf1nsfv
define "small" amp...1000 watts?
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Mr. Slate
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Originally posted by sf1nsfv:
define "small" amp...1000 watts?
For me it is, lol.
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J Turtle
I was doing some nasty flexing with 250 watts on a kicker 12" in a 3.5 cube box tuned to 29hz. Doesnt take much
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Kim

Got flex?
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davor-ri


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kraven moorehead
just two amps hooked up @ 57 hz




with the door open in the kick still flexing



[ 01-14-2010, 04:12 PM: Message edited by: kraven moorehead ]
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Team Psycho Broken
Here's alittle flex from my bassrace/demo car from last year



Videos of Peas Mazda flexing hella hard





and here are 2 vids of Bills Psycho Rex with crazy flex




and last but not least... dont think this van needs an intro... craziest flex I've ever seen in person


[ 01-18-2010, 11:16 PM: Message edited by: Team Psycho Broken ]
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assman
a few of my fav's

http://www.youtube.com/user/solofocus#p/u/56/XvrLvu0GwF0

http://www.youtube.com/user/solofocus#p/u/111/irVaf_lDC28
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Tacnek
4x Cactus Sounds Powerfighter 15" 1x cactus sounds 5kw

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