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Old 03-22-2007, 03:15 AM   #1
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So over the last few years I have managed to put my self through boot camp and taught myself how to fiberglass. One project just turned in to another for my 92 ES and this is were im at, its pretty cool looken and one of a kind. Ready to do a new car.. I attempted to put 6 15s in the trunk once but my trany went out before I Finnisht, I have ben betting around the bush if I wont to do it agen or not. I made the things in the back window to salve a problem, I have four 15s and they move so much air they kept ripping the foam around my 6x9s into 2 lol by blowing them around. The new speakers sound great and now I got 2 big portholes from my trunk.

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That'* ALOT of speakers!!! No trunk pics? Looks very clean. Been wanting to learn fiberglass. Very good DIY.
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Lookin good man, maybe i'll see you around Fenton again....
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I like the rear speakers. Nice job.
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That looks like pretty nice work. How many hours into the install? Also do the kick panels and rear panels vibrate much??

I am planning to do some Fiberglassing when it gets warmer out. Maybe I'll hit you up for some tips.
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Pretty sweet, I bet those rear sail panels are loud as hell
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That is awesome! I love the speakers in the c-pillars.
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great job man

that looks great, and as long as it sounds as good as it looks
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That looks like pretty nice work. How many hours into the install? Also do the kick panels and rear panels vibrate much??

I am planning to do some Fiberglassing when it gets warmer out. Maybe I'll hit you up for some tips.

The hours i have in to all this is off the wall, like i said i was learning how to fiberglass as i made every thing

front doer panels (project # 1) ~40+hours
back window setup (project # 2) ~40+hours
fount windshield tweeters (project # 3) ~35+hours
back doer panels (project # 4) ~20+hours

when your fiberglassing stuff like this practice is every thing

The inside parts of the doer panels don't rattle but i think just about every thing else dues lol. But the petite plastic peace on lower haph of the out side of the front and back doors do! is that what your taking about.
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no offense, but i dont see how that could even remotely sound good with SOOOOO many tweeters and so few midranges

what kind of equipment are you running?
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