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Originally posted by Crazy Dane Crazy Dane wrote:

Which of the 3 versions performs the best then?
And is it possible to get plans for them all?


Wait. Ill figure out how to post the plans..
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Getting coated with fiber matting and polyurethane

Some more sanding and do the final coating including the aluminum corners.










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Originally posted by streetsounds streetsounds wrote:




Good job, mate!
What are those cabs behind? SB-18 or half MTL-1X?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Teunos Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 November 2010 at 7:42am
Looks good. I did spot you fibreglassed over the nut-holes for the driver attachment didn't you.
At least you know it will last forever now you've fibreglassed id. Just wondering if you'll be putting a grill on?
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Yep fiberglass over the bolt holes but just poke it and there will be hole again. Ill put screen on it but just by the square opening, and then put also a detachable board (via twist lock) with 4 wheels on it.
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@ Ibex: They are modified T-18 they called it here Sub-scoop, deeper but narrower than T-18
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Finally completed 2 of the 6 Cyclops Im building, these two will be on their first job tomorrow.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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love the grill and wheel board arrangement! Clap

what made you decide to fibreglass over them, was it necessary? 
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Thanks..To make it more tougher against bumps and scratches, its common here in my place that diy speaker bins are coated with fiber glass.

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I could not able to put the volume to normal level, neighbors ang complaining about the bass












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Clap mmmmmm , looks serious, compact rig, very tough and pro.
What is sound "feeling" in front of 3 CBe-18 stack?

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