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    Question on rear components

    I have been searching the forums for quite some time now and I cant find any info that says anything about stock locations tweeters in the rear doors of a WRX. Are there spots in the rear doors for tweeters? I am only asking cause I plan on getting a WRX in a few months and want to purchase my stereo around the same time and might find a good deal on speakers before then.

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    I dont think there are rear tweats.. i think it's only component in the front.. and standard in the back. but i'm sure you can find a place to put a component set in the rear!

    go to Scosche

    there you should be able to find the speaker size and placement for your car. as well as harness and dashkit information if you arn't using a double din aftermarket radio

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    I was looking into getting the Alpine ida-x001 receiver but Alpine removed it from their website within the past week so Im guessing their updating it or coming out with new models. Anyone want to explain their way of installing components in the rear doors?

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    The back speakers are 4" speakers, 15 watts each! and no tweets. but what a lot of people do and what i recently did is to upgrade to 5.25" coaxial speakers with the help of custom made spacers/adaptors. Check this thread out:

    after market speakers.????

    and click on the write-up link.

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    Thanks for the help, but I found that link in another thread, it is a great walkthrough. I think for the rear doors Im gonna mount the woofer in the stock location and the tweeter somewhere up high. How easy is it to take the doors apart?

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    its not that hard, i think there are 4-5 of those clips that are in ''nail" shape with the rings. and there is a small plastic screw on the top left for the left rear door and top right for the rear right door.
    what i found worked the best was to use your hands starting at the bottom and working up around the sides. then just lift the whole panel up
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