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 Post subject: My model L!
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:35 am 
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Finally! My Model L came in! I will probably give it a small growl tomorrow if not a small blast!

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I own: One complete SiraTone, another SiraTone control module, a 1600W MC, 2 old ATI controllers, 2 round ATI horns with drivers, a ATI-DSA 4 thing, a Federal Signal FC, AR timer and Siratrol, and a small CD&F.


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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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Why not sound it off for New Years?

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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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Synther wrote:
Why not sound it off for New Years?
Just got it, not sure if i can go to Home Depot for a wall Plug-in tonight.

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I own: One complete SiraTone, another SiraTone control module, a 1600W MC, 2 old ATI controllers, 2 round ATI horns with drivers, a ATI-DSA 4 thing, a Federal Signal FC, AR timer and Siratrol, and a small CD&F.


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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2016 4:29 pm 
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Small update: I will be getting a wall plug later today, and if I can, I will upload a growl video. C:

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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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Now I have always wondered why there are so many "base-less" Model L's on eBay/Craigslist/ect...still a nice aquisition!

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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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It works! Happy new years! I know it is late new years day.. but heh, still was able to fire it on new years none of the less :P Have a happy 2016! Also, on another note, I went ALL THE WAY to Haskell, OK to get a chopper and a stator for a RSH-10, of course I did not know if it was a STH-10 or RSH-10 until I got it. I asked the guy selling it if the siren used horns, or a rotating plate, he said it used a Rotating plate. At that point my jaw dropped. Along with getting that I got a AR timer. :P



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0q6z8xWwzU

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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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Ok, so I decided to see what my Model L would sound like with the Intake covered.. It turned out to sound very similar to a Federal Q!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INPRrAk-ttI

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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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So, there is some siren nudity. Well, here is the issue. I'm using hot paper towels, but I CANNOT clean off all the other stuff, the darkened spots, just ALL the dirt and everything, how do I get all of that HARD stuff off?

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 Post subject: Re: My model L!
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If you are going to repaint it have it bead or sandblasted, if you just want to remove the surface grime use Jungle Jake or even Windex may work.

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