Blah blah blah. Ampere blah blah. Big ass amp. It's awesome and stuff.
Random pics y'all have probably seen already. It's buried in the CRX or I would have taken some detailed pics.
Note: this is NOT the production heat sink. The production one will match the current Ampere offerings but it will be raw aluminum. Smexy.
On to the short and sweet part...
I have to admit that I do not have the electrical to support this big bish. Not for the way I test anyway. Or for a sane person in a daily situation. So I couldn't just beat on it all day trying to get the numbers the way I usually do.
With that said...
Unloaded and at battery resting voltage (car off).
This note was really just for my personal information but it wound up being pretty close to 2 ohms so I just went with it.
Rising to 1 ohm on subs. Although the AMM-1 accounts for phase angle so this isn't just a "clamp".
I was dropping to low 12's, maybe even 12 flat on those runs, but it's difficult to ascertain voltage at the time of the dyno. Let's just call it 12.8v where the amp is rated. I hate to just "assume" shit, but it shouldn't be far off since this was done on batts.
That's it. It's a big ol' sexy bish that makes a ton of useable power. We don't need some long winded wrap up. I'll just say that there is a reason it's called the "TFE".