View Full Version : kpr10is = great installer, great person

01-21-2008, 11:44 PM
Just thought I would post a "review" of Kevin (kpr10is) located in Gainesville, FL. He did a complete audio/security overhaul on my 2000 Civic, here is the list of work done.

custom 3.2cu ft @ 32hz box
custom amp rack w/plexi cover

Clifford Matrix RSX 3.5
Kicker 12" L7 sub
Kicker ZX750.1 amp
Kicker ZX350.2 amp
Stinger Distibution Block
Kicker amp kit
Alpine CDA-9886 headunit
Rainbow SLC265.25NG comps
deadened doors + trunk w/RAAMmat

going back later this week for Big 3, and Stinger voltmeter.

Overall Kevin did an excellent job (I believe he took pictures, wait for em :D)
Very professional and way more knowledgeable than any shops around here. Clean install, awesome amp rack and box, and very fair prices. Anyone near Gainesville want to see the work he did on my car, just PM me.

01-23-2008, 06:02 PM
Thanks for the feedback :thumbsup: Heres some pics


Trunk In Progress:


Trunk Lid:

Doors In Progress:

Trunk After:



01-23-2008, 06:06 PM
looks nice...are the amps off center from the subs or is it just me?

01-23-2008, 06:45 PM
looks nice...are the amps off center from the subs or is it just me?

The subs...Plural? Are you seeing something I'm not? ;)

I would've loved to get everything perfectly centered but the spare tire well (for the tiny donut tire)isnt perfectly centered either. With the box being WAY too big in comparison to the size of the trunk, everything hardly has room to move even an inch, including the box and amps, especially once the box is slid all the way back in the trunk where the trunk is smaller. Not sure if youve ever tried to put a lot of stuff in the trunk of a 99-00 civic but its uber tiny.

02-07-2008, 11:12 PM
looks good. the only thing i'd probably change is remove the screws one at a time, use a razor blade and make an "X" where the scew hole is, split your X by pulling up the carpet where you cut it, screw it back in, and cover it up with the carpet, just to make the screws disappear. but i'm just picky like that i guess :) looks nice though