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  1. 😯 it is a ported sub, And it's the same size as your head according to that picture😉 I'm sure it's just settings on the amplifier is the problem, if you turned the "input sensitivity" screw then it will need re-calibration for optimum performance as the ohms will be off, The screw is wisker sensitive; to calibrate you just need a audio test tone CD and a multimeter, if required I can lend you both for the cost of shipping. to calibrate; Disconnect all speakers, plug multimeter in to the speaker outputs on the amplifier and play the 50hz audio test on replay, then adjust input sensitivity until the multimeter reads the correct voltage output to match the Ohms of your sub.
  2. Google search the make and model as there may be a PDF version, also check the amplifier for input sensitivity switch try changing it from "hi" to "low"
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  4. @Jordan99 The sub you have fitted is a sealed enclosure it gives out resonating bass. The other sub enclosure you had was poerted which gives out loud noise rather than resonated. also check the amplifier manual; it may need to be tuned for the correct level of Ohms. I had to do this with my JL Audio amplifier's
  5. Looking good mate, Is the Recaro drivers seat as heavy as the standard seat is because of airbags?
  6. AVON ZV7 As used and recommended by the Police force for optimum grip at high speed 👌 on my fourth and final set now.
  7. It will look exactly as it should, you won't notice the front being a little higher because the rear will have a significant drop. overall both the front and rear springs will level the stance of the car at an all round new level. As you can see in images above; it's still lower than standard and zetec models
  8. No because it would still remain sloped if you did that; also be more likely to lift a rear wheel off the road when cornering, all four lowering springs should be fitted for best results here's the differences
  9. The lowering springs lift the front up by 20mm and drop the rear by 35mm Where you may not currently fit your feet under the front of the car; you will when its lowerd. but the Window sill will be level when lowered rather than sloped towards the front. you will notice better fuel economy when lowered if the splitter wasn't broken, Perhaps mask up the front end with bin liners & newspapers; use web tape at the back of it tthen filler on the front, sand smooth and paint.
  10. Angry like a bag of weasels 😁
  11. 😦Share the wealth 📬
  12. As far as I'm aware the vet won't neuter if the car has been mixing with others encase there's a bun in the oven.🐱+🐈=🐱🐈🐱🐈🐱🐈
  13. Contacted Moy Park via Twitter to ask if there "Family Pack" ment that the package contained; A granny, a mother and a daughter chicken. But they respond to inform me that the "family pack" term is to describe or insinuate that the contents of the package are to be served to a number of people rather than a single individual serving. 😁 Top Respect
  14. May I recommend an upgrade induction filter yes they do them straight swap👇 http://www.nbstyling.co.uk/store/?pID=43 and an egr blanking plate👇 http://www.nbstyling.co.uk/store/?pID=25 and some day maybe some day a hybrid turbo taking up to 130bhp 👇 http://www.nbstyling.co.uk/store/?pID=61