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Old 14th October 2007, 04:59   #16
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Awesome Is the word for it!!! Waiting for more pics!!! BTW the amps are one 5 channel and a mono??
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Gunbir, i see that the enclosure is common. you haven't used a divider between both the subs.
does this affect performance in any way?
The amps are a 4ch (LRx 4.5) and a mono (LRx 1.1K). Since the subs are running in mono, there is no need to run them in separate enclosures.
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Very nice and clean job, lot of effort has gone in, Keep it up !
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Awesome job Gunnu ji.!
Waiting for more pics.
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Old 14th October 2007, 14:44   #19
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BEA-U-TIFULL!!!!

Can't wait to know how the space comp's sound on the Civic. @ Gunbir: you know why I have a special interest in this install.

Boot looks great, quick question if you do not mind... I see you have decided to use the sparewheel well but don't we normally choose this method to save space? (I may be wrong, please correct me here) with the installation, it does not look like the owner can use the boot in any case.

Looks cool. Wish I was in N.Delhi. Great job Gunbir and JB, you gys really pay attention to detail and it shows.

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Boot looks great, quick question if you do not mind... I see you have decided to use the sparewheel well but don't we normally choose this method to save space? (I may be wrong, please correct me here) with the installation, it does not look like the owner can use the boot in any case.
Thanks. You're right, there is no spare wheel in this car now. The owner now carries a portable electronic air pump and a tubeless puncture kit. The owner is young and wants a showoff setup.
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The owner now carries a portable electronic air pump and a tubeless puncture kit. The owner is young and wants a showoff setup.
Usme show off karne ka kya hai - who is going to be impressed with the air pump anyways lol
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Usme show off karne ka kya hai - who is going to be impressed with the air pump anyways lol
Hahahaha...

Anyways very nicely done. And very good job. waiting for the final pics
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Amazing. The workmanship, neatness, attention to detail, I must say that everything looks great about the install so far.
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Old 14th October 2007, 17:26   #24
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Usme show off karne ka kya hai - who is going to be impressed with the air pump anyways lol
It's not the air pump Sam, its what you do with it... haven't you heard of Dilliwalas inflated egos
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A word of advice - please post your pictures in thumbnails that will look nice & quicker to load .
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Gunbir, i see that the enclosure is common. you haven't used a divider between both the subs.
does this affect performance in any way?
Gunbir, A HUMBLE REQUEST. Please post more photos of the install and less of the components and their packaging.

given that
1. both woofers have simialr T/S specs
2. Are placed next to each other (less than one wavelength apart)
3. and are running in mono
there is no need for seperate boxes. the rib you see seperating the baffle in 2 is just a brace.
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One word Awesome setup...

Q. What kind of damping was that - a foam?


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Thanks. You're right, there is no spare wheel in this car now. The owner now carries a portable electronic air pump and a tubeless puncture kit. The owner is young and wants a showoff setup.
He he he, the car does not have a usable boot too... but who cares... Looks like it's not going to go out of the city anyways
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One word Awesome setup...

Q. What kind of damping was that - a foam?
closed cell foam. while it wont absorb water it's life is not as good as butyl rubber. I was meaning to ask Gunbir why he chose CCF instead of Dynamat but forgot.
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its looks like money is being spent well ... let's see how the final installation comes up...
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Old 15th October 2007, 16:40   #29
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gunman, this being an SPL kinda install with such equipment, did you do any modifications to electricals? I mean any changes in stock wirings or battery?
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Old 16th October 2007, 19:03   #30
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how much does the whole thing cost????
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