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Old 02-22-2003, 05:16 PM   #1
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1997 Bonne SE... whut size are my door speakers?? please help! thanks guys
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i have the tweeters too... i want the powerbase component from hector, once i get next paycheck i might order em...
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He'* still asleep. Drunken under-age Peurto Rican. Too much rum. If they're the same speakers he has in his car, he brags them up. Of course, a front dash speaker from a 68 VW bus sounds good after a bottle or two of rum.
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Ya Hector, are those Powerbases any good? I gotta get some new rears 2 6x9'*

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Hector is going to love opening up the Bonneville store...

As the saying goes. Fool and their money are soon parted.
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I use Polk componets in the front. They have a crossover which works great in my opinion. I easily installed. I have no complaints. I went with Polk by word of mouth. The claim is you beat the hell out of em and they wont blow.
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My ride is a 97SE as well, I run Infinity Kappa'*, I have 6 1/2'* & 3 1/2'* in each door running in series. The 6 1/2'*, if I remember correctly, fit in the pre-molded holes. The 3 1/2'* on the other hand didn't I had a friend of mone make mee some custome mounting brackets that I designed and they worked great. I think I have pics of it on my site.
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I have Infinity Reference 505cs component'* in my front doors and they sound awesome (of course the Pioneer GM fit DeH-P77DH helps clean up the sound too over the factory Am/FM/CD/7eq radio). For extra tweeters do what I did -find a 1997 -newer BOSE equipped GM car in a salvage yard and get the sharkfin tweeters that fit up high by the 1/4 window to give a little more of a surround sound with decent highs for $10 (that'* what I paid for my pair). I found mine in a 2003 GP GTP. Also, right now Infinity reference components on ebay are going really cheap. Check there.
Oh, and T. If you need a hand putting the stuff together let me know. either you can come to Sauk Centre here (I have access to a heated shop) or I can come up to Alex. I've monkeyed with the stereo system'* in these Bonneville'* more than a few times and would be happy to lend hand.
P.*. If you get and after-market speakers and aren't going to amplify them go to Best Buy (only place around here that I can find that has speaker adapters) and get speaker wiring adapters so you don't have to cut your factory wiring (makes it easier to go back to stock when you sell the car too). They sell for like $5-$7 per pair. If all your speakers (rear 6"x9"*, front 5-1/4"*, and tweeters) you will need 3 sets. Still under $20.
If you want I can also help locate some nice stereo equpment (just give my your price range and I'll try and find some nice stuff).
Anyhow, just give me a shout if/when the time/need arises.
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I love polk . Been in the audio game for about 5 years . POLK
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