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Old 14th January 2008, 02:03   #1
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Cool D.I.Y. for a goodfriends Palio Stile 1.1

Hello Friends,i had holiday this weekend so me and my friend decided to ICE his ride,which is a Palio Stile 1.1L,It was a real fun doing the stuff,MDF was used for making the Sealed box,Amp Base+Amp cover,all was made a DIY at a friends factory and the Tray was ready-made the stuff that got in is as:

Pioneer 6950IB HU
JBL GTO 937's 6 x 9
Ground Zero MK2 components
Ground Zero MK2 Subwoofers x 2nos.
Kenwood KAC-8401 4channel Amp.
SoundStream Xtream XTA 720.4 (which we had already)
Black Dimond Capacitor 1.2Farad
MTX 8gauge wiring Kit
MTX 4gauge wiring kit
Sealed boom box+Speaker Tray+Amp base+amp cover
Plexi-Glass
screws,Ampier clips,tools etc.

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Ok some Jhol here:



The SS xtream amp turned upside down

Sealed Subwoofer Box:

little bit grinded as Subs were not fitting inside comfortably


Problem still not solved


now solved


The Sub GZMK2 (Really cool)







Amps/Cap gone in the car:


The Mess-up(Sorry was busy running the wires could not take more pics):


contd....
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Old 14th January 2008, 02:06   #2
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the JBL GTO 937's sounds very clear



Amps again:





cover for the Amp with Plexi Glass:


UFFERs go in with some Neons/Neon rings Jhin-chak:





Done(took about 2days full for the installation)


Amp under the Plexi-Glass


Final Fit and Finish:



This is how it looks at night,the neons blink as the Bass,some kind of sound sensor i guess:


I would like to thanks TBHP and all the Audio Gurus here without them this stuff would have not been possible.TBHP rocks.
The SQ is amazing in the car,with alot of clarity and does not hit the ears to harsh,anyone who would like to see the car PM me
its one of my best friends cars.Thanks B&T for providing the stuff on time.

Sorry for the POOR picture quality its taken by SE P990i,was getting too bored to change the battery of my Sony Cybershot
I hope this DIY will be helpful.

Cheers.. have a nice day.

Ramie
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Old 14th January 2008, 02:16   #3
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The Layout:


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Old 14th January 2008, 09:29   #4
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Good effort, well done!
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Old 14th January 2008, 12:25   #5
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Thanks my pleasure satya bhai
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Old 14th January 2008, 12:36   #6
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Aaila! @ Ramie bhai, are you going to put Mumbai installers out of business or what?

Thats one helluva job for a DIY install (and a darn good system flow chart).

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Wow.. good job bro, very well done..
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B&T thanks buddy,all i can say is i am upgrading my subd to GZ now awesome sounds and good SQ level,this install is quite loud and the car does not ratteles at all,so we have canned the plan for Damping as of now,this install was a budget install,my friend is very happy and jumping around..heheheheehe will meet you bro this weekend.

Saintsinner thanx buddy all TBHPIAN's support made this stuff possible

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Nice install especially considering there is a lot of equipment
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WOW! What's with this DIY wave? This is a great install! I'm not a fan of those neon tubes around the subs (too bling for me), but it all looks really good.

Great job, Ramie!
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Great DIY job.
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What's with this DIY wave?
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hehehe dont know buddy,just thought of spending some time doing stuff this weekend as nothing much to do..... so went ahead
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@ Ramie2400 - That is a very neat and professional looking install. Congrats!
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How much did the whole set up cost u
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Congrats and awesomely cool setup for a DIY job . How many days, hours, guys did you take to complete the setup?

Sure shows the interest, dedication and hardwork towards ICE, I guess DIY is the way to go now !

BTW where are the pics of the GZ components and how do they sound, what music are you guys playing in their?

And yeah cost breakup of course ;
1. Subs GZ MK2:
2. Components GZ MK2:
3. Install cost (MDF, wiring etc.):
4. Cap:

BTW the Plexiglass top on the amp looks uber cool except the insulation tape, will it hold the plexi reliably? Mybe the gurus can recommend a alternative.

Kudos again.
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