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Old 11-14-2004, 01:49 PM   #1
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Default Front speakers question.

I have a '92 SSEi with the dual grill speaker things on the door panels.

(on the far left)

I am going to upgrade from the stock speakers soon. So, what speaker size fits in there? Any recommendations? I want some high-wattage speakers since i will probably be amping them some time in the future. What are the highest wattage Pioneer carries for that speaker size? Let me know what you guys think.
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off topic, but your interior is two tone..?! that looks hella cool man!
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your speaker size is 5.25
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and dont forget the tweeter!
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off topic, but your interior is two tone..?! that looks hella cool man!
INDEED..me likey
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off topic, but your interior is two tone..?! that looks hella cool man!
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LOL, thanks for the compliments guys, i'll post some more interior pics a little later.

So, would a 2, 3, or 4-way 5.25 speaker work? So i don't have to get a new tweeter. What are some good speaker choices?
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Some more interior pics for those of you who like it!





Enjoy
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Default The two tone interior is hot!

How did you do the two tones? you go hunting in a junk yard and find these? hehe

That is hot looking. Personaly IDK about the woodgrain though, I would have gone for one of the tone'* in the car. Just my $0.02

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How did you do the two tones? you go hunting in a junk yard and find these? hehe

That is hot looking. Personaly IDK about the woodgrain though, I would have gone for one of the tone'* in the car. Just my $0.02

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Well it came with the two tones. The only other owner (up to 110k miles) must have ordered it like that I guess. I think that she worked with GM. I have thought about the wood grain, how hard is it to take off the dash? How much work is involved? I could grab one from a junkyard somewhere.

Maybe we could get back on topic too.....
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it is so simple to take the woodgrain off...all you need is a screwdriver, and pry around the edges of the woodgrain until it pops out of all the little clips that hold it in.
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