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Old 12-06-2004, 06:38 PM   #1
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finally done with the system its time to move on to cleaning the car itself both interior and exterior..


let me know what ya think both positive and negative I can handle it..

Thanks In Advance..
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can i ask why to ran your power wire all the way across engine compartment and then into the car??
BTW i like the install
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I like how you did your sides in the trunk, where the lid hinges are. How did you do that? I am redoing my system altogether, and its almost done, but doing what you did with those hinges would really complete my look I think.
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Everything looks great... except the extension on the dash kit. I prefer the flat faces.

Great job on the trunk divider and the CF vinyl. The corners look like they conform well.
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Trunk looks like it fits well. We all know you like the sub,
Did you make boxes for the rear speakers or just a wood mounting plate.
You should get some black wire loom for that power wire under the hood, sticks out like a swore thumb.

My last setup was a wall in my Aurora
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holy sweet as hell...
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Damn your interior is almost a copy of mine... I like the false wall idea.

Anything setup for cooling the amp? Where is it again?
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looks awesome man. i know that took a lot of work...

is the sub box and wall all one piece? how is it attached?
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looks awesome man. i know that took a lot of work...

is the sub box and wall all one piece? how is it attached?
no the sub box is its own thing. the wall fits perfectly in between the brace bar in the trunk and the sub box... Wont move unless you pull it perfectly straight back..

OH and the amp is hidden behind the wall.. It has fans on it and never gets hot.
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I like. Does the speaker make the armrest do funny things?

Oh, and the red interior illumination...that'* a classic. In fact, that was my very first mod! It looks steller at night!!!
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