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Old 5th October 2007, 14:19   #1
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Default Another beautiful setup by Anwar

This Swift was prepared by anwar few days ago, bass sounded very tight , overall good SQ, the component speakers normally sound bright, but Anwar did a good tune job on the car. One of the three 8" subs is installed under the console below the dash, looks really nice.

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Pioneer 6950 head unit
3 of Polk Momo MM2084 8" Subwoofers
1 of Polk Momo C500.1 Mono Amp
1 of Polk Momo C400.4 4 Channel Amp
1 of Polk Momo MMC6500 6.5" Component Speakers
1 of Polk Momo MMC5250 5.25" Component Speakers
1 of Scosche eFx 1 farad Capacitor
Full eFx wiring.

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Im in love with the console mounted Subwoofer!
FANTASTIC!
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Satya brilliant setup man. The idea of having the sub below the dash is excellent.
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Pure drool setup.
@ Blueraven - You said 3 subs and 1 monobloc. Can the components be powered by the HU alone?
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Could you give us the Cost of the Amp and the Polk speakers and sub please?
Fantastico setup, enjoy waking the neighbors!.
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Nice looking install! Looks like he's gone to quite a bit of trouble with the front door-pads.

I love the "lip" on the sub in the front. Is that plexiglass?

Totally OT: The owner uses a different design alloy as a spare?
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Satya
Fantastic setup.
I'm sure this setup is gonna inspire LBM to get another sub for his Swift
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Totally OT: The owner uses a different design alloy as a spare?
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Those white things came with door spekers or its custom made.
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Those white things came with door spekers or its custom made.
probably custom made.
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Pure drool setup.
@ Blueraven - You said 3 subs and 1 monobloc. Can the components be powered by the HU alone?
educated guess: the mono drives all 3 subs. the 4 ch. amp drives front and rear.

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I love the "lip" on the sub in the front. Is that plexiglass?
me too.
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Satya brilliant setup man. The idea of having the sub below the dash is excellent.
How about on the steering wheel or on the meter dash ,kidding . It would be an electrifying ride .

Nice setup BTW .
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Nicely done
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Very nice, except for the slightly tacky 'Polk Momo' branding on the rear sub enclosure.
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Amazing setup !

Please post the price list also.
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nice job.

The 8incher at the front gets the max marks.
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