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PostPosted: Thu Dec 14, 2006 8:09 pm 
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post up some pics of your system people im interested to see what some other people have heres a couple pics of mine


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holy shit, theres a pipe bomb in your boot! :P

here is a fellow forum members boot install.

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its like a blank canvas to begin and artwork of rice and unnecessary neon lights :P

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I hope all that's going in there is a roll cage and a spare wheel... :P



stereos are nice,my wagon is slowly getting fitted out with a half-decent system. silvias are MUCH easier to fit gear into,let me tell you. :evil:


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At least you still have room for the shopping in the back of your wagon after you have installed a decent system...

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fergo308 wrote:
I hope all that's going in there is a roll cage and a spare wheel...



hhahahaha no he doesnt carry spare wheels (too heavy) just the phone numbers of guys everywhere to come help him out 8)

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At least you still have room for the shopping in the back of your wagon after you have installed a decent system...


it's not as easy as you'd think. I'm actually replacing my amps so I can fit them both in! still haven't worked out what I'm going to do for a sub enclosure.
I have a two channel V12 alpine amp spare if anyone needs a good amp for splits or a small sub...

the doors were simple enough,6 1/2" DDDrive splits front and rear. getting two amps,a stacker,and a sub into it without losing the spare or any of the boot space is going to be a challenge...


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I am close to doing a custom fibreglass subwoofer box in the back of the 180sx, but currently I have a nice headunit, nice speakers, and that's it, will post pics when I get back to Sydney and get some decent shots.

Will also do a write-up of the building of the custom fibreglass enclosure as well :)

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 2:47 pm 
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heres mine. (well, this was my car)
had a picture of 6x9's on rear parcel tray but couldnt find em..

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 8:18 pm 
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you did a much nicer job of dynamatting your door than I did! I have heaps of smaller bits chopped up and layered on in my and my gf's cars. still works,but isn't as pretty. :wink:

for anyone that's worried about space,S14's can take up to a 10" woofer inside the rear quarters alongside the back seat. if you fibreglass up the quarter panel and make up a nice front baffle,you'll get a half-decent enclosure for a 10" sub,and don't lose ANY boot space!

I'll be fitting one 10" this way,and putting the amp to drive it on the opposite side in my gf's S14 fairly soon.


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sounds different justin


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fergo308 wrote:
you did a much nicer job of dynamatting your door than I did! I have heaps of smaller bits chopped up and layered on in my and my gf's cars. still works,but isn't as pretty. :wink:

its actually this flash-tak stuff, with adhesive backing. was pretty mouldable so easy to apply :)


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