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Old 09-10-2004, 12:23 AM   #1
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i did the red interior lighting deal with the red tint and just never got around to taking pics so i was bored and decided to take some new pics. i also replaced my 6x9'* with 10" subwoofers which hit high bass nicely and i popped in some 4x6'* to get some more mids and highs in the back. soon i plan on covering the back panel with some beige gucci fabric and maybe the visors, sunroof cover, and possibly some other things too.

its amazing how different your interior looks with different color light

just a little front shot

and a pic of the speaker setup


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You've got that Christine look going on there.
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Nice pics.
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Whoa ADVENTS! Sweet. I thought all they made were computer and outdoor speakers these days. Where did you get those and do they fit back there without much cutting?
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Nice! How well do those 10'* fit? How come you didnt go with 8'*? Just curious
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That looks sweet!! I know i'm not just getting red bulbs now!


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the speakers are not fully mounted yet they are kinda just popped in the hole im planning on sealing them in there soon. they are 50 watts rms so they run pretty good without an extra amp. got the 10 inch subwoofers at h.h. gregg when they had an overstock and i bought 10 of them for $6 a pop and ended selling the rest of them to my friends making a little cash along the way. the subs are not really meant for deep heavy bass, but they do fill in the gap that was left behind when i just had 6x9'* and my 12"* but if you do put a bigger speaker in there you wanna make sure you have something else in the back to drive the mids/highs or else it sounds like crap in the back but if nobody sits there it sounds good in the front but if you plan on doing something like this i definately think you should put some speakers for mids/highs in there also.
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Are you lights covered with spray paint or some type of film?
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the red lights are done with window tint in a roll you can get at auto zone for about $14
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So your lights are the stock bulbs with red tint on the inside or the clear covers? Did you alsp change the overhead covers too? Looks great I must say
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