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    Nice work man!




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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    I don't know why everybody's got to be haters. Let the man do his job. Sure it's not perfect but it does look nice. I think you're doing a great job dude.




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    zont' be hate-in. Other than "looks good, good job," nothing else is acceptable in build logs...




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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    i love this thread im addicted i come back everyday to see it. Great work mate keep it up




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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    Quote Originally Posted by 450rdawg View Post
    I don't know why everybody's got to be haters. Let the man do his job. Sure it's not perfect but it does look nice. I think you're doing a great job dude.
    Thanks man, I try to the best of my ability. This build has pushed my skills and my experience to way past anything I have perviously done.

    Today was cleaning up things, running the dice and ipod cables in the center counsel and a few other things. Tomorrow more cleaning up and working on the left kick panel more. I think I am going to wrap them both in black fabric, for two reasons they will blend in better and they will not get nicked like paint will. Been running the system for the past two days to allow the system to get broken in before tuning. I am waiting for carpet and an adapter to come on friday to finish up the trunk and the dice install.



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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    I love the BMW 7 series. I drove a 760i awhile back and it was pretty *******.




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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    Amazing work as always Matt, keep it up!



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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    good work man




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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    Yesterday and today starting to finish things up.

    Power wire ran


    iPod cables ran, one is for video and audio the other is for just audio and can be controlled threw the head unit.


    Left kick panel going to require some work but will get it done. The hood release and all is a pain to work around.


    Wrapped the right panel.



    Just a note the metal grill will be put overtop of the speakers.



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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    looks good carpeted, did you open the back of the kick up?



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    Thank you and no but as you advised I put dynamat on the rear of the inside.



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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    that left panel is gonna be a bish....try to go a bit lighter on the Bondo this time around, that stuff is a pain to sand.

    If you sanded that first one by hand you must be the most determined man on earth haha.

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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    Well luckily I did not have to sand very much by hand. But did have to do some. Your right the left is going to be a pain. Will make sure to go lighter on the bondo and smooth it out.



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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    You can use some acetone to thin the bondo, or mix it with some resin to make a "milkshake". It will be thinner and easier to work with/spread



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    Re: BMW 7 series audio install

    I love those kicks! I need a pair!



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