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Capicator diagram #112346 Feb 25, 10:45pm Feb 25, 10:45pm
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Capicator diagram
This would be anywhere inbetween the power cable and the amplifier. thumbsup
PS, I didnt exactly know where to post this picture, so i thought it was suitable here! idunno

1869846258-cap.jpg

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Re: Capicator diagram [Re: Eyger] #112347 Feb 25, 10:48pm Feb 25, 10:48pm
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thanks bro

Re: Capicator diagram [Re: Eyger] #112348 Feb 26, 2:59am Feb 26, 2:59am
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Ohhhhhhhhh, I thought you meant a flux capacitator cause I'm looking to go back to the future. Damn, what a dissappointment frown

Re: Capicator diagram [Re: Stephen] #112349 Feb 26, 8:34pm Feb 26, 8:34pm
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Originally Posted by Stephen
Ohhhhhhhhh, I thought you meant a flux capacitator cause I'm looking to go back to the future. Damn, what a dissappointment frown


Ha ha, well to do that, you're going to need "8.21 JIGAWATTS!"


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Re: Capicator diagram [Re: Eyger] #112350 Feb 26, 10:01pm Feb 26, 10:01pm
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instead of that "T" thing or splicing wires together, just use a power distributor.


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Re: Capicator diagram [Re: element_celica] #112351 Feb 26, 11:13pm Feb 26, 11:13pm
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Originally Posted by element_celica
instead of that "T" thing or splicing wires together, just use a power distributor.


Right. The picture was just for illustration. thumbsup


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Re: Capicator diagram [Re: Eyger] #112352 Mar 1, 11:05pm Mar 1, 11:05pm
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A power distributor will also give you a cleaner look.

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