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    heres a nice plexigalss box with no screws

    my in dash alpine and my flip down too.
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    nice job with the acrylic, how'd you get the edges to look so nice?

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    fish tank glue with a router

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    How did you cut the acrylic? Did the glue fill in the saw cut marks?

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    kinda worthless without pics but my digital camera i'm letting a friend borrow on his "eurotrip" to greece so just simma down for a few days til i get pics.

    I have a false wall built with the sub mounted in it, and the false floor has a box built where the spare tire used to go with the amp and cap in there with a blue LED computer fan to cool everytrhing. YOu can see all thist hrough a plexiglass window that is mated up with teh box perfect. It looks pretty sweet and sounds great, lots of trunk space.
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    Hey, I'm kinda new at this whole speaker installation thing...i've installed a sub on my friends vw GTI, and we also just finished installing a component speaker system. It sounds awesome, so now we're moving on to my car.
    In his car, we had to get power from the battery by goign through his firewall, but there was already a hole in it (i believe VW made it jsut for this purpose...heh) So how do i get power for my sub? I don't know how to get a wire run from my battery into my car...
    please help!
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    Nice pictures
    Keep giving me inspiration,..more pics...
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    tracker, there are several holes with rubber plugs, I used the one behind the clutch pedal (pull the carpet down a bit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by herger
    tracker, there are several holes with rubber plugs, I used the one behind the clutch pedal (pull the carpet down a bit)
    K, thanks a lot. I'll go check that out in a couple mins.
    I just tried to get a wire thru the hole on the passenger side. Took out my glove box and everythign trying to find the hole, but i just culdn't find it. I hope that this hole works better
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    Old one:



    New One:



    Made them myself

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    Here are some pics from a guy in our local car club.. Toronto Subaru Club
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    Another
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    Quote Originally Posted by brcewane
    Old one:
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    Made them myself
    How'd you make them?? Looks freakin' great! Good job!!! The nice thing is you still have trunk space!!!!!!
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    um, i thought Sony had terrible sound stuff? Why would you pick 3 xplods for ur trunk? maybe they're good, i've just heard that they're terrible.
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    -Kicker SS components (6.5") running on a hifonics saturn a4000
    -60 sq. ft of edead v1.2se

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naturalhoosier
    How'd you make them?? Looks freakin' great! Good job!!! The nice thing is you still have trunk space!!!!!!
    Yes that was what I was thinking too... Don't care much for the batman logo, but other than that it was really a good comprimise between show and a dailydriver... I like that..

    All you need for a perfect setup (in my mind) would be to loose the batman remove spare wheel and make somekind nice looking floor with the amp(s) where the sparewheel normally would go.. color match the rest of the trunk.

    Greate work.. And like "Naturalhoosier" said. How did you make them? And how it the sound..
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