Looks like i'm going with T48's. I'll try one and then maybe build a second if I need it. The fact that Bill replied in this thread is making me consider them even more.
Originally Posted by beastaudio
Two LilMike's F-20's. They are a front loaded horn, he has super easy to follow directions, and BOTH will only cost you around $600 including glue, screws, wood, driver, and finish. Go buy a Behringer ep4000 for about $275 to run them, and you have a killer sub system. It is an awesome horn. Just do an avs search on it. I had two for a while and they absolutely rock
Where is your track located? I am hoping to sell off my revobrushless for a truggy of some sort and a TT basher I can just screw around with. I have just started into the hobby and it is super fun!!
The Behringer ep4000 looks like a lot of amp for the price. I won't need that much output, but it would be nice to have if I change anything in the future. The track is located off Route 15 between Mansfield, PA and the New York border. As long as nobody destroys the place, its free to use any time. Right now, we only have competitions for a few classes of gas powered monster trucks and truggies, mainly due to the fact that electric trucks couldn't hit 30 mph until the past couple years. Now, it looks like brushless trucks are phasing out the gas trucks now that they are even faster and don't require $30+ a gallon to run. We will probably group electric trucks with the heavily modified 2wd and 4wd classes, depending on the lap times they run until we have enough for an electric class. A lot of those guys have aircraft engines or multiple truck engines. I have about 10 r/c cars including an old t-maxx that eventually turned into a 6" extended frame, 3 .26 nitro motors with close to 10 HP total, steel drivetrain, and aluminum everything else. 0.5 HP per LB is a little too dangerous for anything but an empty track though. We plan to add a larger dirt track and pave an area extremely smooth for a road car track once funds are available.
As for speaker placement, I planned to build a shed near the track to house them, but all it takes is a broke man with a chainsaw and a truck and their gone. Instead, They will be going in a cinderblock garage behind a steel door that i'll open whenever their used. The line arrays are just a pile of 2 way 6.5" car speakers I had laying around since I havn't had a car with stock speakers more than a month. They stand about 10 feet tall and are bolted to the outside of the garage about 5 feet in the air.