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Old 4th August 2007, 12:03   #16
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now thats a beautiful install.i love the paint job on the enclosure...looks classy and expensive
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Very neat and clean install with some nice work gone in, Nice Job Gunman and team !!
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Old 4th August 2007, 13:32   #18
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great install gunman. this one is the best i have ever seen. love the finish, the equipment. everything looks sooo good. i need to clean up my install after seeing this. lol.

ok i have a question. what did you use at the grounding point? i mean whats is that thing on which the ground cable is mounted? also would like to ask what is the best location at the rear for amplifier ground for say a hyundai accent? im have trouble with the ground so thats why the q.

ok another one. are there spray paint cans available(good quality)?

anyway, great install i wish i could get something even remotely close to this install done in my car. you guys rule.

Navinji, what did you mean by the 12mm thing?
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awesome!!!!.gunbir paaji thats a brilliant install.well done.
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Old 4th August 2007, 14:00   #20
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W O W !!!

Love the Pioneer AVG-VDP1. Drool maal
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Like sk456, I was also wondering at the choice of HU. The owner didn't want an IVA200? Or is it that the owner wanted the VDP, and the VDP needs a Pio front-end?
Yes Hydra, 140x2 in the front and 130x2 to the rear. The owner was partial to this Pioneer HU (though he has used Alpine in the past). Also for the VDP etc. For the moment he is happy with the Pio toys. He can always upgrade to an audiophile HU later.

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nice install gunbir. how many coats did you apply to the sub box to get that finish. but honestly I prefered the earlier install with 2 subs (one on each side) as it left more space in the rear. BTW the subs box should be lifted about 12mm.
Its not about our preferences is it now... The earlier CR-V owner wanted a stealth install, while this one would like to show off once in a while. BTW, the stock parcel shelf still fits in the intended place, thereby hiding the system from prying eyes.

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ok i have a question. what did you use at the grounding point? i mean whats is that thing on which the ground cable is mounted? also would like to ask what is the best location at the rear for amplifier ground for say a hyundai accent? im have trouble with the ground so thats why the q.
Thats the Connection Audison BGT21 Ground Terminal. Clip try the seat belt harness point.
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simply fantastic!!!!!!!!!
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WOW....just saw the complete install ,brilliant job.!
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Old 4th August 2007, 18:25   #24
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One teeny weeny question... whats the damage like for that Seas front component kit?
Well this is seriously high end territory. So, hold on to your pants... it retails here for Rs 87000.
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Gunbirji...
Brilliant.
All I can do is drool drool and drool.
Amazing install.
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For the moment he is happy with the Pio toys. He can always upgrade to an audiophile HU later.
Oh yes, he can change hu with great speakers anytime.

Btw Nice install gunbir..Why did you install 3 subwoofers ?
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Btw Nice install gunbir..Why did you install 3 subwoofers ?
Kyon ki "Do se bhaley Teen" They look cool, and they are 4ohm SVC, so the net load on the mono is 1ohm, deriving most output from the mono amp.
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Kyon ki "Do se bhaley Teen" They look cool, and they are 4ohm SVC, so the net load on the mono is 1ohm, deriving most output from the mono amp.
Phaji which formula did you used to get the result to 1 ohm of three 4 ohms SVC..

Anyways liked the finish on the enclosure...and I think I know this guy who owns this CRV.
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Phaji which formula did you used to get the result to 1 ohm of three 4 ohms SVC..
LBM, the three subs are wired so... why is it so difficult to comprehend?

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Woaaaah Gunnu paaji !! When Do we get to audition this monster ?
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