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    Build for my Jetta

    Okay, so it's probably not the best system, but it's my first real one and consists of a Pioneer Avic D-3, Rainbow SLC265.25 comps powered by a zx350.2 and 2 Kicker CVX 12's. It's all powered by Kicker Hyperflex 1/0 and has the big 3 done.

    Still onto the list of things to do/buy are a new battery upfront, and possibly in the back. More sound deadening, and A Kicker 650.4 with a Memphis 16-x03 to run the comps active. Then eventually I will upgrade the comps. I also need a sub amp, and then I will most likely upgrade the subs pretty soon.

    Onto the pics:

    Here is the Avic installed:


    Running of the wire:




    Install of the speakers:




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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    Mids Installed:



    Amp:


    iPod ran to center console:


    And finally the box:








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    Re: Build for my Jetta




    That was the first box i have ever built. It's made of 3/4" MDF. 4.5 cu ft after displacement tuned to 35hz. All corners are rounded, as is the inside of the port. I don't have a router, so the baffles are cut out with a jigsaw. I painted the whole box flat black, then went back through with neon colors and did the splatter effect. After that, I made some stensils and painted them with gloss white. I know not everyone will like it, but I do, and I'm gonna throw a blacklight in the trunk so it should look pretty cool(don't have any lights in the trunk atm)

    Let me know what you guys think...!



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    i kind of like that box actually its definitely unique



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    ha I thought the exact opposite. But nice job




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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    Yeah, I knew some people wouldn't like it, but i really like snowboarding so I thought stencils would be a cool way to spice up a box. I was originally gonna carpet it with some obnoxious shag carpet, but then thought this would be a little nicer looking...?



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    do u have a rainbow sticker on ur car?




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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    yeah it's centered at the top of the back window.... lol



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    lol... looks koo man




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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    Thanks man. Really want to get the rest of the stuff so i can run active....



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    of what haha i have no amp for the subs yet.... can hook em up to the 350.2 but they don't move too much.



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    Pretty cool....



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    I like the box myself..........not that I would ever go with a theme like that, but is different, so give ya that. Looks good for a first box too, much better than I could ever do, so good job!

    Also how do you like your CVX's ported?

    I have one off 750rms Autotek amp in a 1.5 sealed enclosure and do almost 140 at the dash. Is very loud for 1 sub off just that rms.

    Been thinking about going ported, but don't know if I want to sacrafice the room.



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    Re: Build for my Jetta

    Nice, love that box.

    One question though, why's the door not have a hole in it for the speakers?
    Is the mid just mounted onto that plastic ring?




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