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bassattic
my 2 m5a spl12 are dual 2s
can only go to .5

of course 2 more 12s
one more battery
one more amp

hello street c
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ssluke
will be street b now lol
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bassattic
i guess i will be moving from street b to street b

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AssaltoFRONTALE
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go by battery in street

i just dont want a single ia 20.1 going up against a sd16k or a k9 for example

personally i wish they would keep street a,b and c separate....
my 2 cents
I Agree! separate Street A, Street B and Street C, please
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AmmoJammo
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Originally posted by bassattic:
go by battery in street

i just dont want a single ia 20.1 going up against a sd16k or a k9 for example

personally i wish they would keep street a,b and c separate....
my 2 cents
I Agree! separate Street A, Street B and Street C, please
why?

the equipment differences between Street A, and B, were so minimal, whats the point?

why do you think there needs to be a separate Street A and B?
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AssaltoFRONTALE
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why do you think there needs to be a separate Street A and B?
Different battery, different numbers of subwoofer, different number of amplifier/s.
A lot of competitors in each classes.
For me enough reason to do not change these two classes. Why the most popular classes should be combined?
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thefinaldestination
@ AssaltoFRONTALE

I'll give you all points quite what you're saying. The Street-A / B / C are the most popular classes outside of America.
Many of the team's have built in recent years for all three classes, and now have to start internally against each team.
I think there are so few cars / starter, as we add new gets.
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AssaltoFRONTALE
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@ AssaltoFRONTALE

I'll give you all points quite what you're saying. The Street-A / B / C are the most popular classes outside of America.
Many of the team's have built in recent years for all three classes, and now have to start internally against each team.
I think there are so few cars / starter, as we add new gets.
Do you think that the right way to get new competitors is to change Street classes? I do not think so.
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thefinaldestination
You have misunderstood me, I think just like you
In my opinion, should remain Street A / B / C.
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AssaltoFRONTALE
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Originally posted by thefinaldestination:
You have misunderstood me, I think just like you
In my opinion, should remain Street A / B / C.
Ok sorry. I do not understand last part of your post.
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Team Prodigy James
http://www.termpro.com/asp/pubs.asp?ID=200
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ssackett
Looks good

[ 01-19-2012, 11:51 AM: Message edited by: ssackett ]
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murilo
Wayne, I really like the new rules and classes, but I think there is still time to cut street A and B number of amplifiers to only 1 and 2, respectively. The amps got so big that we are pushing the mechanical limit of these 10 and 12" subs too far, specially now with the vehicles running, I can forsee 15-16kW being applied in street A now.
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tangelo95
Well the 60hz cap would give my crx a shot for a world championship. But at the same time i would feel like i was winning because of a BS rule not because the car was louder. Oh well thats why have a van now. SS 3-4 here i come.
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ssackett
Are the power ratings for the trunk classes 4 ohm manufacture ratings or 4000wrms is the max power to be used in the class? Will this be done by clamping power during your run?
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