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« on: August 22, 2017, 04:32:11 PM »

I have another exterior build thread going, so check that out too. I have a bunch of old school car audio and new stuff laying around, so I have been working on building up the system.

I just had these 6.5" infinity Perfect 6.1 mid range woofers laying around, so I did a test fit. They were just slightly too big, and they needed a little modification inside the factory adapter, but I made it work. I ended up cutting the back off the baffle around the magnet instead of the little half moon because it wouldn't clear the window! It's still protected from the elements and creates a nice barrier between the speaker and the plastic. I'll probably do the head unit next, then turn my attention to the wiring and the amps.

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Put a little weather stripping just to make sure the old squashed material had an extra seal.
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I'm using the stock wiring for now, but I will most likely just rewire the doors for the 2 way setup in the front and the rear will be left alone, maybe just replacement speakers. I cleaned up the gold terminals because they were a little corroded. I can already tell that the bass response is better, even with the stock radio (for now) and the stock wiring. Now I have to go check to make sure they fit in the door panel's hole. I might have to trim those up a little too.
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