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Old 3rd October 2007, 12:49   #1
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Cool Blueraven's magic with the JBLyfied Baleno

This is was long pending. I drove down to Bangalore, caught up with Blueraven on Monday and got the following done:

1. Power wiring - changed from cr@ppy 220V wires that my installer had put () to Stinger 4 gauge.
2. Stinger distribution and fuse block.
3. Threw away those old Tsunami may-be-fake RCAs and got 3 new Stinger RCAs.
4. Got rid of those sad (plywood?) boards to get new MDFs for the 6X9s and an MDF board for the boot to mount the amplifiers on.
5. Damping - boot only, the doors don't look like they need damping as of now.

Raven was extremely helpful in getting me the best stuff. In fact, I was in a hurry to upgrade things, like changing to GT4-12 from my 1204B - but he patiently asked me to wait so that there would be considerable amount of difference in performance. He took personal interest and monitored the install process. His boys did a wonderful job - they were very careful with things and were using the tools aptly. He personally took time to tune up the system and did it to a T.

I couldn't figure out much when the install was completed yesterday, but when I listened to the setup at length today, it sounded amazing to me!

For anyone in and around Bangalore, don't think twice, go straight to blueraven! Thanks blueraven!

Here are the pictures:

The old power wires...




New Stinger 4 gauge wires....





Opened up everything....





Old RCAs thrown away....





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This guy was very professional with his work, I liked the way he gave attention to detail....





Stinger fuse block.... sorry, the rains have dirtied up the car....





New MDF for the 6X9s...





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Stinger Distribution block.....





Stinger RCAs.....





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Old 3rd October 2007, 13:01   #2
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Good job with wiring Rockster. What is that small little thing between 6x9's in pic# 9?
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That rear view camera or whatever its called, maybe its that device ?
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Nice setup !! What HU are you using ?

How much for all this setup ?
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Looking good, Raghu! The boot looks real good now! Its a good thing you changed the wires. The improvement in sound will be subtle, but it will very much be there! I'm sure your sub must be sounding better now, with clean power going into the amp.

How about an LED tube/Neon tube in the boot to show off the stuff?

Is that a reversing-strobe on the MDF plank?

Great job, Blueraven! You're the man to see in Bangy now, huh?
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Good job Satya. I think you should have asked Rambabu to pose with a smile while the install was being done .

Good one you Rocksterrr(?)aghu .. Dint you whack any CD's from Satya ?
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hey nice one.. Mr.Blueraven do give us a buzz when such events of historical importance happen in Bangy.. looking at all this.. I guess mine would have been the cheapest setup Mr. Blue would have done.. and you are right when you say Blueraven takes a personal interest..
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Nice clean install. I have the same equipment in my car too Are those amps monoblocs? Which HU your using? It would be great to list down the equipment used and its pricing!!!
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Whats with the 200A engine compartment fuse?
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Whats with the 200A engine compartment fuse?
I was wondering where you saw 200A fuse till I saw the fuse block installed in the engine compartment. Nice eyesight.

Whats with it?
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Nice setup !! What HU are you using ?
How much for all this setup ?
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...Which HU your using? It would be great to list down the equipment used and its pricing!!!
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/sound-...tml#post531324

I guess Raghu will have to update this post with the stuff he just got done.
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hey nice install there blue!!
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Old 3rd October 2007, 16:11   #13
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Which HU, Amp model and 6*9's what about front spekers, details plz mate.
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Hey nice one Raghu, had spoken with Raven regarding your setup. Happy ending
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Good stuff Rock and Raven!
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