Monsters that bite

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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:49 am

jimbob wrote:
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Just when I wanted to start saving up for an M100 turbo... you’ve thrown this into the mix... :lol:

I think it might be slight overkill!!!!
Cheek over kill ME never he he
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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:50 am

Fretless wrote:
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There were reports of earthquakes and tidal waves along the North Sea coast here in Holland - but I think it was just Colin testing his amp. :grin: :guiness;
No that was just a pre-amp, testing next week to part the North Sea to save tunnel fees.
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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:57 am

I had one of these with a 3.5L Maserati lump in it now that was over kill.

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Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:00 pm

But I aspire for one of these with a sun roof as I am 6ft 6in tall.

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Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:15 pm

Here is photo of the one and only Inca Tech MSB, this amp went missing with other kit at the end of Inca Tech assumed stolen, and it was. And now back on the scene mmmm

The idiot who stole it sold it to a guy in Somerset. I will never get it back.

It was designed for Maggy Speakers and it was 50W/8R, 100W/4R, 200W/2R, 400W/1R in stereo, or 800W/0.5R Mono or 200W/8R, 400W/4R, 800W/2R and only 1200W/1R mono bridge.

A few dealer tried it and on Wharfedale Diamond is was amazing, and one dealer sold lots of Diamonds because of it.

It was a beast, the guy who stole left it unused for nearly 40yrs it was covered in crap and found only a mile away from my old factory on Canvey Island. He also stole a Claymore and a FMT tuner from me, thanks Dodger & Weed, yes YOU in Canvey.

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Now this was over kill it made Wharfdale Diamonds sound like huge Tannoy on speed.
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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by Fretless » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:16 pm

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Jeremy Clarkson is 6'5" :grin:
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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:27 pm

But he not wearing a Ten Gallon Hat to keep the sun off, is he??
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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by valvesRus » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:56 pm

Colin Wonfor wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:57 am
I had one of these with a 3.5L Maserati lump in it now that was over kill.

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Hi Colin, unless I'm much mistaken that photo is of a Citroen CX estate, and I've never heard of one with a Maserati engine.

The Citroen SM was made with a Maserati V6 from memory, when Maserati owned Citroen for a short time.

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Unread post by valvesRus » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:15 pm

Sorry, in my last post I stated that Maserati owned Citroen for a while, it was in fact the other way round. Citroen owned Maserati for a while.

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Re: Monsters that bite

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:36 pm

The one I had was a special and when bought it I did not have the info, and the insurance was costing more than the car., It had also air lump on the bonnet, this one does not.
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