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This is a discussion on My 2011 STI within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm very curious as to what you plan on putting in your car. I manage a high end car audio ...

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    I'm very curious as to what you plan on putting in your car. I manage a high end car audio shop and am about to install my gear in my 07 that I'm picking up from the dealership tomorrow. Great looking car btw.

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    Installing my new system. I've got two sets of Addictive Audio Elite Component 6.5" speakers with tweeters, a 50x4 Addictive Audio amp, a Addictive Audio 10" version 2 woofer, and a 500x1 Addictive Autio amp. I had to make spacers for the door speakers and I made some brackets for the crossovers and mounted them in the door. This is from today I should be finished with the component speakers and amp tmw and the other stuff should be in next week along with a custom box.










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    Here is the back door panels finished.



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    Oh snap! You gonna put some dynamat in those door panels? A bangin' stereo doesn't pair well with the tempest of roadnoise that our Subies blast into our ears everyday
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    I wasn't planning on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjcurtis View Post
    I wasn't planning on it.
    Maybe the 08+ are improved

    but my 2003 has a lot of wind noise especially over 70 MPH
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    There is not much wind noise if any. But it does have some rattles that I need to find.

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    man, some more good work! nice job. i need to upgrade the audio as well but i have a list a mile long of stuff before that.....and it doesn't help i've been putting all my extra $$ into my bike for the last 2 months.
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    Thanks nyr8er I got some more stuff coming in so I will have some more pics. What kind of bike do you have? I just bought a pipe for mine im just waiting for it to come in.

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    it's a 2006 Harley Street Bob. i've done a ton of stuff...air ride shocks, drag bars (not technically, but close enough), V&H Short Shots, Fuel Pak, different grips and pegs, spring seat, removed the front fender (bad ass)....etc. too much to list and i don't want to thread jack.

    this was from like 2 weeks ago....i've done more since then too. like lay that billboard on the back down.



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    Awesome work on the bike im liking the air ride and the pipes are sick. I have a 2008 Kawasaki Concours (old mans sports bike) and I am waiting on my V&H pipe to come in.

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    You should man. It will help dampen road noise , but more important (to me anyway) is how much better it will make your mids sound. It will really bring out the mid bass that is so hard to replicate in a cars audio system. You will be blown away!,!

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    ^ in reference to the dynamat

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    One thing to be careful of with speakers like that and the big spacers required is you have a good chance of hitting the inside of the door cards if you play anything with a lot of bass due to the big spacers required to mount the speakers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teflon_jones View Post
    One thing to be careful of with speakers like that and the big spacers required is you have a good chance of hitting the inside of the door cards if you play anything with a lot of bass due to the big spacers required to mount the speakers.
    If you look at the picture of the factory speaker next to the new one you will see the factory speaker has a big spacer it self. And I looked inside the grill after I installed the door panel and it looks like it has lots of room.

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