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Old 21st August 2009, 23:51   #46
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Now the car looks real neat. Post a pic of the entire doot from inside and a close up of the speaker grill. I want to see the grill seating particularly
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Old 23rd August 2009, 21:55   #47
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Now the car looks real neat. Post a pic of the entire doot from inside and a close up of the speaker grill. I want to see the grill seating particularly
Sure, will do in sometime.

Posting some pics of the car. Comments/suggestions for improvement are welcome.
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Old 24th September 2009, 17:02   #48
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bit off topic...

Amazing seat covers you got in your SUV !!



Great choice of equipment as well !!
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Amazing seat covers you got in your SUV !!



Great choice of equipment as well !!
Thankx for the appreciation. It was custom designed by me.
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Old 25th September 2009, 09:58   #50
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Don't you want to show the new HU??
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good point shreyas...

where are the pics of new head sumit (LionX)??
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hey lionX. Can you please give me some details about the size of the Sub-Enclosure that you've used. I'm installing a Pioneer 2000W 12" Sub, And want both the rear seats to be working. Can you please give me the proper dimensions for the same.

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hey lionX. Can you please give me some details about the size of the Sub-Enclosure that you've used. I'm installing a Pioneer 2000W 12" Sub, And want both the rear seats to be working. Can you please give me the proper dimensions for the same.

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tushar, check your sub manual for the recommended volume as your sub is 12''. My sub is 15'' and the enclosure volume was 2.2cuft. I really dont remember the size of the box as we had to change the dimentions many times for the perfect fit, will get it by tomorrow.

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vey nice car over all the setup seems to be amazingly done for a DIY. the seats are very nice.
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hey lionX. Can you please give me some details about the size of the Sub-Enclosure that you've used. I'm installing a Pioneer 2000W 12" Sub, And want both the rear seats to be working. Can you please give me the proper dimensions for the same.

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Tushar, Please post the model of the sub. As Lionx has pointed, the recomended volume is given in the user manual.
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Thanks guys . I'm completely illiterate about audio. The Model Number is TS-W121SPL. And i found this link on the Pioneer Website :

TS-W121SPL - Pioneer Product Archive

I cant figure out where is the volume required given .. Thanks a lot guys..

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Sorry .. Just saw .. It says recommended Enclosure : 42.5 Litres. So thats around 1.5 CBF.. So what size should i make the box ?

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Sorry .. Just saw .. It says recommended Enclosure : 42.5 Litres. So thats around 1.5 CBF.. So what size should i make the box ?
Use one of these.

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lionx where did you get those seats done from ? Looks purrfeccttt and really well done.
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Great work done by you guys, its really an excellent effort and let me thank LionX for allowing me an audition last week. It was a pleasure to meet you.

I am Pimping up a Fiesta with a Blaupunkt, Rockford Fosgate, Hertz combination. Retaining the 2 DIN unit of the fiesta and choosing THA 475 PnP (which has speaker inputs), Sub will be Rockford 10 inch and front compos Hertz 5 X 7 which is stock size. Rears are removed and will act as the openings for the Sub power to enter the cabin. Whole installation might take less than an hour, as there is no cutting or drilling for anything.

LionX, thank you again, I havent got any other audition after you. Idea and budget inspired by you. My whole set up might be well within 30k as HU is not changed.

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