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Old 1st December 2008, 22:03   #1
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Hi. finally got the audio done in my civic. so i thought i would put up some pics. here u go.

Headunit - Alpine IVA-D100E
Front - Alpine Type R Components
Rear - Alpine Type R Coaxials
Subs - JBL 1204 X 2
Amps - Alpine MRP-F450
Alpine MRP-M650
JBL Mono ( dont remember the model no)

Capacitors - E2 1.0 Farad X 2
Distribution Block - E2
E2 0 gauge cable from battery to distribution
Custom Made Enclosures
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Old 1st December 2008, 22:16   #2
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woa.
That looks pretty nice and bling
Waiting for more pics of the amps / subs seperate in the day light too.

Break up of the price please.
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cool setup there so how about some more details/pics.
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Old 1st December 2008, 22:31   #4
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thank u. will take more pics of the amps and subs tommorrow. i got the entire setup from U.S. except for the subs, capacitors and the JBL mono. so prices are as follows :-

Alpine IVA-D100E - 35000
Alpine MRP-F450 - 8000
Alpine MRP-M650 - 9500
JBL Mono - 10500
Alpine Type R Components - 5500
Alpine Type R Co- Axials - 5000
JBL 1204 GTO X 2 - 11000
Custom Enclosures with Lighting - 15000
Capacitors E2 1.0 Farad X 2 - 18000
Distribution Block - 2600

dont remember the wiring cost. will search for the bill and let u know. and i would also like to know wat these cost here. just an approx amount would be nice.
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Congrats,Nice equipment and the install. whats with the number written? its that the regn number of the car.
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noidaboy - yes. its the reg no. all of our cars have had the same no. so put it there.
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wow man thats one good install there,i think this that grey civic with black hood,post some daylight pics.
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Nice customized 4647 logo. How about some zoomed out shots of the boot + dayshots?

This was done in Vizag?
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Holy so and so! Nice install and great equipment! Congrats!
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Nice install. Any reason why you are using two different monoblocks - Alpine MRP-M650 and the JBL Monoblock. I'm assuming each is driving one subwoofer.
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its that the regn number of the car.
for a minute there I thought he was refering to my age! :-)
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Ironwolf - this was entirely done in vizag.

dinu2506 - Actually had two MRP-M650's. but one of them was damaged during transit. so till i get a replacement i am using the JBL.

karankapoor - yes. this is the grey civic with the CF hood.

Will post new pics in 2 days. Car has gone to the workshop. Installing Koni Sport.
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Will post new pics in 2 days. Car has gone to the workshop. Installing Koni Sport.
Oh, great. Will surely wait for reviews on that. Is that a straight fit or does it need changes to mounts.
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Straight fit.

Go to Koni's website, download their catalog and hit page 45. They have listed exact part numbers for our FD-series Civics. They do mention something like "Front: for original struts only." - the front shocks being the "McPherson strut cartridge" type while the the rears being normal shock absorbers might explain this. I'm too ignorant about suspension systems to know whats what about this.

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Old 7th December 2008, 21:43   #15
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pics of the setup in daylight.

dinu2506 - the rear suspension is a straight fit. but for the front u need to cut up your original strut. kind of a pain if not done properly.
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