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Old 07-03-2004, 01:10 AM   #11
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OK, after some contemplating, ok, not much if you look at the post times.

The primary purpose of this was to protect the subs, IF (hypothetically speaking) if I were to mount the amp to the back of the box. What would be an effective method of protecting the subs that would be removeable, but in place would still allow them to rock out?
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You could always buy some 12" grills Im sure Infinity sells them.
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you cvould even just go with the whole flip up idea, just not with the amp on it. that will look very clean and almost professional...
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you cvould even just go with the whole flip up idea, just not with the amp on it. that will look very clean and almost professional...
On that note, I'll think I'll prolly mount the amp to the back of the box and just under heavy use I'll make sure the passthrough gets opened so it can cool.

Then do the flip dealie too, cause I was excited about doing up the graphics, and I think it'll look good
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that would look great, and opening up the pass through and seeing that amp will look absolutley beautiful.
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that would look great, and opening up the pass through and seeing that amp will look absolutley beautiful.
Exactly.
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This is now what I see when I look back:



Note: This can be hazardous to your health because you feel the need to turn around and look at it while driving. :P

Now all it needs is a red neon over the amp. Is there such thing as one I can wire into the remote turn on so it turns on with the amp??

And I also added another feature:



Looks factory and works great.

And an action shot for fun:
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that action shot is awesome, did you change shutter settings when you did it?
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that action shot is awesome, did you change shutter settings when you did it?
Nope, with the speed it auto selected and the speed the woofers were going at, it came out just right.
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For the neon. All you have to do is take the positive wire from the neon tap it into you remote turn on, and ground the other wire. So every time the amp turns on the neon will turn on. Best bet would be to hook up a seperate switch. This way the neon isnt on during the day when you really cant notice it.
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