Well, as some may know, I suckered myself into an audio build for my ex girlfriend. (she broke up with me soon after I ordered the equipment, and I felt obligated to finish what I started.)
It was my full install solo. Normally my Dad helps me, or his employee (Real cool guy, was into audio back in the day, he was bragging he had 3 W6's back when they were new. He went Bankrupt due to a shitty friend who fucked him over.)
Car: 1992 Integra LS Coupe
Pioneer 2000IB or some ish, she had it before. It only had rear pre-outs.
x2: RF P3 12 2DVC
PG RSD 6.0's
Zapco iForce i-250 (for the highs)
G&S G6000 or some ish like that. It's supposed to do 1K @ 2-ohm for the lows.
4-AWG run back, 8AWG to amp. 8AWG grounds.
The pictures aren't really comprehensive. I just snapped pictures with my phone when I thought about it... so there's not too many good pictures.
Meow... let's get started:
A picture of the P3 vs Yoohoo can. This might not be big for some of you, but I'm used to really crap systems. So, I was pretty stoked to be able to get the opportunity to work with with a magnet that size. o_o It's just a shame it won't be put up to it's full potential.
[The next few pictures are gunna be pretty crappy. The first day I got the car, I stayed up 'til 3 running wires and installing the speakers. It wasn't fun. I just wanted to get it done... but, I decided after finishing the car itself, to take my time building the box. ]
[NOTE:: I'll take some more pictures of everything once I install the box. Maybe tomorrow.]
Doors with tweets installed. I think it looks great:
I ran into a problem when trying to wire the speakers. Unlike most cars, the Integra has a Molex-style plug where the wires run through instead of just a through grommet. Don't ask me why. I don't know. But, to fix it, just need a screw driver, a rag, and a drill.
Here's what it should look like in case anyone has to work on an Integra soon:
The molex plug has two sections, basically. The top section doesn't have any wires running through it. Pick the appropriate drill size, and drill through. I was trying to find a walk through online, but no one had decent information. On one site, someone said to be careful. But, I saw no need to.
NOTE: You can also just use a screw driver and hammer it through the top since it's pointless...
Or you can do it the "proper way" and get some female/male connectors for each side of the plug... again, I saw this pointless. No use doing that much work on my ex's POS car.
Here's the Zapco iForce i-250 mounted up all nice and snug in the driver's side recess in the trunk. I'll snap a new shot in the light. I think it looks clean.