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    Well, I don't have any pics yet, but I started to dismantle my car tonight. I'll be putting in a set of Pioneer Premier TS-C720PRS components, and I'll be deadening my doors. I haven't done a build log yet for anything else I've done on my car so I'll take some pics of everything when it's all done. I'm hoping to get everything finished up tomorrow. I don't think it should take too long, although I've never deadened anything before. I'll probably throw some deadener in the trunk as well and pull my rear speakers and run the components up front bridged. Pics are to come. Here's a link with some pics of the speakers.

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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    Here we go...

    passenger door with Focal 136V installed


    driver's door before install


    inner door deadening, passenger, Dynamat Xtreme


    inner door deadening, driver, Dynamat Xtreme


    passenger door all wired up and ready to go w/full deadener


    driver door all wired up and ready to go w/full deadener


    a shot of the crossover (driver's side crossover is way up in the dash)


    passenger door reassembled with tweeter in sail panel


    driver door reassembled with tweeter in sail panel


    and for fun, a shot of the HU with my black lights on



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    They're not bridged yet as this was an all day project for me. Bridging them will come in time. I think I'll break them in running them at 70 watts for now. They do sound amazing. I couldn't believe the amount of midbass they produce. Walking bass lines sound amazing on these. They have so much detail. I'm more than happy with them for now, but that's just my initial impression. I'll write a review on them in a few weeks after they're broken in.



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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    tweeter install looks ******...



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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    Keep the pictures coming!




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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    You could've put more work into the tweet install, man...



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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    Quote Originally Posted by eggyhustles View Post
    tweeter install looks ******...
    X2...why didnt you just use a hole saw and mount them in the door there?




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    Quote Originally Posted by DrChronic View Post
    X2...why didnt you just use a hole saw and mount them in the door there?
    A Dremel & a magic marker do the trick for me.



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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    There's absolutely no room behind the sail panel to go into it. I'll eventually either glass some pods for them to fit in the sail panel or possibly lower them and saw into the panel and put them in there.



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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    Maybe he wants to easily switch tweeter sizes without a gaping hole, or having to worry about matching his new tweeters to his old tweeters? Not everyone wants to hack up their car for car audio. At least I don't.



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    Kickers are not meant to last that long so therefore seems like this sub is either abused with running too much watts to em or have been used for awhile. Kickers are ok for the price but wont last long when running them for awhile or running too much Watts to em
    Refs thread. http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showth...read?p=6573666

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    Re: ejschultz' Build Log

    Quote Originally Posted by ejschultz View Post
    There's absolutely no room behind the sail panel to go into it.
    Plenty of other places to install them...



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    Quote Originally Posted by hornedfrog1985 View Post
    Maybe he wants to easily switch tweeter sizes without a gaping hole, or having to worry about matching his new tweeters to his old tweeters? Not everyone wants to hack up their car for car audio.
    This. I am much more likely to glass some tweeter pods than cut into the panel. I just have to practice with it before I attempt to do it for my car. I hate doing things to my car that I can't reverse.



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    Quote Originally Posted by hornedfrog1985 View Post
    Maybe he wants to easily switch tweeter sizes without a gaping hole, or having to worry about matching his new tweeters to his old tweeters? Not everyone wants to hack up their car for car audio. At least I don't.
    meh, permanent damage shows dedication.



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    Quote Originally Posted by misfit138 View Post
    meh, permanent damage shows dedication.
    I am very much dedicated, however, I do not advocate permanent damage.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ejschultz View Post
    I am very much dedicated, however, I do not advocate permanent damage.
    You're doing it wrong.



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