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Old 26th April 2007, 20:55   #1
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Arrow Some more Fiberglass for ICE Lovers

The trend of making ICE setups look attractive has caught up real good in our country. 5 years ago there was nothing like what it is today.

Here's a Nice looking Setup in a Civic Built by Anwar.

List of equipment:

Alpine Head unit ( Sorry don't know model number)
2 of Kicker CVR12 12" Subwoofers
2 of Kicker ZX300.1 Mono Amps
1 of Rockford Fosgate P4004 4 Channel Amplifier
1 set of JL Audio VR Series 6.5" Component Speakers
1 set of JL Audio VR Series 6X9" Coaxial Speakers

Sounds really nice, Unlike typical Kicker SPL sound from the sub, these subs produce some good SQ balanced with efficient power.

The setup was built keeping in mind not to disturb the Spare wheel or much boot space. The Amp mounts are back lit with neons and they look awesome at night.



Pics below, ENJOYYY!!!

Snaps were taken at really horrible angles, I did not take them, does not do justice to how good the system really looks.




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Old 26th April 2007, 22:49   #2
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Anwar is a master when it comes to Fiber. This one looks very neat and clean too.

Thanks for sharing the pics here.
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look like all the fiber work has gone to banglore only.......anyways very nice and near and clean work......
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Really beautiful and practical install. It has Anwar's signature all over it.

Thanks for the pics, blueraven! Keep 'em coming.
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Really awesome and clean looking setup
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very decent and neat job,looks amazing and also great stuff
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Nice and Clean set up !
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Old 27th April 2007, 09:29   #8
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really liked that set up.........is their any one in hyderabad who does this kind of job????????
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Superb, just get grills for the subs.
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Thats a very neat setup with lots of boot space ..!!
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any ideas how much anwar cost for such works.. on fiberglass
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Neat & clean Install. The use of fibre in ICE installations was news to me & Now I regret the JBL install in my scorpio which consumed the boot space, even though it reproduce clean lows & Highs.
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any ideas how much anwar cost for such works.. on fiberglass
For This kind of work Anwar charges anywhere between 25k to 35k for the install depending on how much work is involved.
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Never mind the cost factor, but the clean way, in which the install is done is just amazing!
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For This kind of work Anwar charges anywhere between 25k to 35k for the install depending on how much work is involved.
Quite fari for the quality of work he does.
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