SIM Sound Off at Sound In Motion

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The second IASCA event of the season was held at Sound In Motion in Campsie, L’Derry – which meant a good run for us up the Glenshane Pass.When I arrived, I met up with Pablo, and we discussed the wonders of Pheonix Gold amps with Paul Houston before chatting to the usual faces in the sound off scene. John Semple and myself were the subject of ridicule as Davy Smith kept us entertained throughout the day.

The big surprise of the day was when Mark Duffy hit 150.3dB with a single 15″ MTX sub, with rival Stuart Patrick close on his heels with 150.2dB from his Kicker Micra. Eyes on these two for the rest of the soundoff season!

I had my first chance to listen to Baron Bedi’s Smart Car. Baron has been cleaning up in the Amateur Ultimate Sound Quality class, and rightly so. The IASCA CD Pink Panther track sounded fantastically clear and pin-sharp.

<b>Stock 1-260 SPL Results: </b>

1st Place – Mark Duffy – 150.3dB (class record)

2nd Place – Richard Hudson – 142.1dB

3rd Place – Jonathan Stroud (Chomp) – 138.8dB

<b>261 – 720 SPL Results:</b>

1st Place – Stuart Patrick – 150.2dB (class record)

2nd Place – Alan McLaughlin – 147.8dB

3rd Place – Andy Graham – 146.6dB

<b>Sound Quality Results for Novice Street Class:</b>

1st Place – Chris Parker in his Saxo VTR

<i>Chris was running Sony Components and Momentum Flash 12″ subwoofers.</i>

2nd Place – John Surgeoner

3rd Place – Jackie Maxwell

<b>SQ Results for Novice Ultiamte Class:</b>

1st Place – Jackie Kelly

2nd Place – Mark Overend

3rd Place – John Moon

<b>SQ Results for Amateur Ultimate 1-600 Class:</b>

1st Place – Baron Bedi

2nd Place – Davy Whingham

<b>SQ Results – 601+ Class:</b>

1st Place – Gary Thompson

<b>SQ Results – Pro UltimateClass:</b>

1st Place – Davy Smith

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Andy is the founding member of RMS, and when he's not following motoring events around the UK and Ireland he can be found on the track (sideways, having competed in top level drifting for a decade), or of course he'll be on the forum.

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