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    Audio Intergrations Enclosure Setup Just Finished 06 STI

    audio intergrations. Looks and sounds great. to local shop Sound Depot in Madison, AL (Chris) for doing the install.
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    Looks awesome, and super clean! Where'd you get that box, or did they make it custom for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedDman1 View Post
    Looks awesome, and super clean! Where'd you get that box, or did they make it custom for you?
    bought the box w/sub from audio intergrations..www.audiointergrations.com

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    how much did that set you back? bad link to the site
    looks clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by eze13 View Post
    how much did that set you back? bad link to the site
    looks clean
    Bump for a new link
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedDman1 View Post
    Bump for a new link
    http://www.audiointegrations.citymax...ge/3182186.htm

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    Is that $350 just for the enclosure? That seems a bit absurd...
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    so how do you get to your jack? I don't know why tehy would design it to be on the drivers side being the jack is stored there.
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    ya, 350 just for the box is pretty nuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAHPSH View Post
    ya, 350 just for the box is pretty nuts
    Honestly, It isn't that hard to build your own box, and you could probably do it for the same quality at a fraction of that cost.
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    It looks really expensive, but note that it's a box made for an exact fit in our cars. That's worth something, right?

    Not that I have one yet, but I've got my eye on one
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    Quote Originally Posted by abhiwan View Post
    so how do you get to your jack? I don't know why tehy would design it to be on the drivers side being the jack is stored there.
    I forgot to take it out when I put in the enclosure. But that's why we have 3yr/36,000 mile road side assistance. Don't venture off the beaten path that much. After that, I'll just go and buy a portable one. There's one out on the market that automatically jacks itself up. All you do is plug it into the cigarette lighter.

    As far as the enclosure goes. You get what you pay for. The fittament was perfect. The people at the stereo shop were amazed in the quality of the box. I've seen tutorials about how to do it yourself, but they didn't look as clean as this enclosure. Plus if your not experienced enough with fiberglass, your going to have a hard time building an enclosure.

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    I have to agree with skibum, at the shop that I work at, you would pay at least 350 for that and I doubt it would fit as good. We did build one that had a hinge that made it possible to still get to your jack, but it was for an 8.

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    Did you have to cut away the carpet mat so it can be lifted to access the spare or is it still tucked under the enclosure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elco View Post
    Did you have to cut away the carpet mat so it can be lifted to access the spare or is it still tucked under the enclosure?
    Going to try to get away with not cutting the carpet. If i have to cut the carpet eventually I will. I think i can try to get away with lifting the carpet from the passenger side over if worst come to worst.

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