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All you cold azz winter guys. Especially you upstate new yorkers. What do you do with your amps in the winter? I personally switch my gear to my "winter system" which consists of "lesser" gear.

I have fear of condensation issues with my nice stuff so i swap out amps and sub stage in the colder months. Am i just crazy or do any of you other guys do this as well? I also do it in my wifes car.
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I don't switch a thing..equipment runs fine during these cold winters
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I take advantage of my cold alt output and increased charging voltage
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go out... start car... wish I had remote start... system full tilt for a drift fest (winter months are my vacation). only prob with drifting and systems is when it throws snow in the right side of the engine bay some how and causes the alt to slip

after a day of fun lol, poor car
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Is that a mazda 6 or pontiac? either way i can hook you up with a remote start no prob.
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Is that a mazda 6 or pontiac? either way i can hook you up with a remote start no prob.
you couldn't pay me enough to own a POS Pontiac.

id rather be hooked up with tint....
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stick? i can so easy do remote start or tint on that jammy. stick just costs more lol. the pain in the azz part about stick is the sequence of junk you have to do to make sure the car will remote start. plus you obviously cant park it in gear. and dude you dont want a tint ticket. only legal tint is see thru
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stick? i can so easy do remote start or tint on that jammy. stick just costs more lol. the pain in the azz part about stick is the sequence of junk you have to do to make sure the car will remote start. plus you obviously cant park it in gear. and dude you dont want a tint ticket. only legal tint is see thru
automatic with slap shift. rear window, rear tiny gull windows (triangles behind back windows) and maybe a windshield strip is what im after. had the front windows tinted and got pulled over almost every day lol.

you work at the tint shop in roch?
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5k,both dc xl 15"s and the batteries all stay year round when I had them in. Now this system will stay year round. And I love my remote start.
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I take it easy on the volume for a bit, try to let the suspension on the subs loosen up, Don't know how stiff and brittle they'll actually get from being cold, but I try to ease into it and let the movement warm / loosen them up a bit before really getting into it.
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