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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnuffBass View Post
    -Mid & tweet will be ran passive on channels 1&2 of the ZX, the midbass will be active on 3&4.
    -Custom Door pods will be made to house the mid and midbass, tweets in factory location
    Can you elaborate on how you have this setup a little more? Im just curious since I have a 3-way active setup and Im trying to incorporate a set of mids in.



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    I don't know if i'm going to be painting these... I thought about it and my leg is goign to be pretty close to them I really don't want them to get scratched. If I was to carpet them, Do you guys think I should do them in black or a gray? I don't know how close I can get to matching the factory panel.



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyB View Post
    Can you elaborate on how you have this setup a little more? Im just curious since I have a 3-way active setup and Im trying to incorporate a set of mids in.
    Since I'll be running a 7, 5.25, and a tweeter and I only have a 4 channel amp to work with, I will be using the passive crossovers for the 5.25 and tweeters running them off channels 1+2. I will run the 7's off channels 3&4 without passive crossovers.



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnuffBass View Post
    Since I'll be running a 7, 5.25, and a tweeter and I only have a 4 channel amp to work with, I will be using the passive crossovers for the 5.25 and tweeters running them off channels 1+2. I will run the 7's off channels 3&4 without passive crossovers.
    I see, how will you be setting the 3-way crossover in the hu? Thats just the part Im having trouble sorting out in my setup. LP for the sub, BP for the mids, then just not using the HP?



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Mmm...Denali...so sick.



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Cover them in the same color material as your factory door panels... whether it be one color or the other, it would look nice. If it's vinyl or leather, make sure it's dang near perfectly smooth!

    Keep it up!



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyB View Post
    I see, how will you be setting the 3-way crossover in the hu? Thats just the part Im having trouble sorting out in my setup. LP for the sub, BP for the mids, then just not using the HP?
    Oh I see what you are asking. Yeah I haven't figured this part out yet. Was kind of going to cross that bridge when I get there type thing.

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    Cover them in the same color material as your factory door panels... whether it be one color or the other, it would look nice. If it's vinyl or leather, make sure it's dang near perfectly smooth!

    Keep it up!
    I was thinking that too. I guess we will see after I sand.



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverEnuffBass View Post
    Oh I see what you are asking. Yeah I haven't figured this part out yet. Was kind of going to cross that bridge when I get there type thing.
    Well give me an update once you figure it out. Im very interested to see, its about the only solution to a problem Ive ran into.




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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    this is on the verge of being a sweet F***ing install

    cant wait to see the final product



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    Pods look sexsay sir.




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    Pods look great!



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    So today I sanded down the passenger side and hit it with soem Rage Gold. I also finally wrapped and resined the driver side.... I guess the driver side underdash sits a bit closer to the door. Its def. going to fit but it does touch so painting is out of the picture or it will rub off on the dash. I'm going to try and pick some suede tomorrow.



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    how did you attach the new panel to the door panel?!?




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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

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    how did you attach the new panel to the door panel?!?
    I glassed in screws and drilled holes into the factory panels. locking nuts will be used on the backside



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    Re: GMC Sierra Denali build. Clean daily setup

    doors are looking great. Need to show this to my buddy, he has an 05 silverado. These doors just seem perfect to make a nice stealth 3-way.

    Awesome daily driver for sure.



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