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Tonight when i was out taking a picture of my headlights I decided I would take a couple of pictures of the speakers i custom mounted in my doors.

This is the driver side,


This was quite difficult to mount since I had to cut away sheet metal in behind the door panel. It ended up being a gamble because I wasn't sure if it was goign to clear the window mechanism. It did.



After learning on the drivers door, the passenger side went way better, and smoother, the lock on this door even works still.



I mounted my old Kicker 3 1/2" speakers in the bottom of the doors just to the rear of the window lever. Originally these were supposed to be flush mounted. I had cut only the plastic away, so there would only had been carpet in front of them, they would have been hidden. However when I was trying to install the door panel, I couldn't get it to fit properly, I kept cuttin away sheet metal, finally I took the speaker out, cuz the fabric, and reinstalled the door panel. It still would not fit. Turns out the rod for the door lock was out of place!
So I made it ugly for no reason and now i have to try and find a lil grill to make 'em look decent.
 

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Here are some pictures from my trunk.



This is a pic of one of my amplifiers. I did this install in a hurry to it is not perfect like it was in my SHO. I cut the carpet at the corner of the strut tower from the top to the bottom, then across the bottom to the left side of the tower, and mounted a small plan of 3/4" MDF i folded the carpet around the wood as best i could, but I still need a lil 3" strip to make it perfect. You can see at the bottom where It is not completely covered.



This picture doesnt' really show much except the tops of my sub boxes. First box you see is a ported enclosure with 2 15" Rockford HE SVC subs.

In behind that one is a sealed enclosure with 2 15" Alpine Type R 2ohm DVC subs. The rockfords are almost right up against the tail lights, the Type R's are pressed right againgst the metal plank that runs down the middle of the back seat. there is about 3" between the front of the Type R's and the back of the box for the Rockfords.



Thats my second battery that someone gave me it was about 3 months and came out of a Volvo Semi. Since installing this battery I have been unable to discharge my electrical system below 11.5-11.9volts. Before i could dishcharge it low enough to shut my amps off (10.1 volts)
 
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