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Old 06-02-2008, 12:16 PM
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Smile driven to perform.

just got back from my first dtp... and all i can say is good show... we had a great spot... third car when you came in the door..... and right by the pas mag booth...had some smucks behind up playing there rap crap garbage mus.... i mean noise... that aint music, so i had to put on my metallica, disturbed, prizm, tool, ya know real music... and that put and end to the bad noise... we had termendous feedback on the car, everyone loved it and it blasted all day long. amps never got warm even hammering at .5 ohms mono........ very well done mtx.... lots of nice cars some nice looking girls, and one georgeous women.........lost of old friends to catch up with, and really expensive bottled water.... all in all excellent show, great feedback, lots of exposure,cha cha cha!
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Old 06-02-2008, 12:22 PM
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good shiit man! your choice of music wasnt good tho.

i find that playing any kind of music will deter people from going to check out your car. if i go to a show and there is a car i want look at upclose it better not be playing any music, doesnt matter if its the music i like or dont like.

There are 2 reasons for it,

blasting your music at a show is immature and not many people like loud music, so they will just walk by your car and say "fukc thats annoying" and keep walking.

I try to walk away from cars playing loud music, but firstly i want to slap the owner for being annoying.

post more pics of your ride.
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Old 06-02-2008, 12:49 PM
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im with yuli on this.
nobody should be playing music when entered into a car show.its hard to play music that everyone will like.so best to play nothing at all.if you have monitors all over your car like i do play the videos in mute.
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Old 06-03-2008, 02:11 AM
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personally i dont like wrecking my gear at a show but these rich oil boys just pissed me off with there homey g music and they wouldnt shut it down, and it sounded like crap.. tons of door speakers and subs run off deck power!!! so every once in a while i put on a 3 sec burp at 160 and WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT. could you please turn that down? no can you shut off your 18 t.v screens? point well taken. more pics to come soon
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Old 06-03-2008, 10:27 AM
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i think letting your car rip for 3 seconds at a low volume is actually a much better idea than playing music on it at loud volume all day long.

a nice 3 second burp will probalby attrackt more people.
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Old 06-03-2008, 11:35 AM
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a nice 3 second burp will probalby attrackt more people.
Don't forget it was at 160. LOL
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Old 06-03-2008, 12:44 PM
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a 160 burp with a door open tends to turn heads.lol
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