Out with the old
In with the new
Also decided it was finally time to use up the rest of the roll of deadener I have (though I still have some left lulz). Covered the huge holes with straight up deadener, and for the larger gap I double layered it so I wouldn't run into issues with the deadener flexing around. The rest of the deadener will probably go on the hatch or something. Not putting more on the roof since I'll be spray foaming the ish out of that soon so the roof and my headliner don't flex anymore
wow those rcs's were old lol.. aint seen them in a while. if you ever need budget rca's. scosche aint too shabby.. good stuff bruh
They weren't actually old at all I got them like that with a raptor amp kit I got with my rockford amp. The knu's only costed me $7 and they come with a built in remote wire which is sick too
Anyone care to explain some advantages and disadvantages between a 4th order and a 6th?
A 6th order is 50% better...
2009 Hyundai Elantra - Budget Sound in Progress
HU- Kenwood eXcelon KDC-X994
Fronts- Crescendo MP6 mids, Vifa Ring Radiator tweets on Arc KS300.4
Subs- Single SA-10 on Mmats 2000.1 @ 1ohm
Misc- 1/0 CCA from AT, Big 3 in Stinger HPM, and AT 60 mil deadener
Bought from: Inferno333, select127, treesive, Kangaroux, DonH
Sold to: coolest user, Psychodrama, MidgetClown, mr.tigger, av83
just read through the entire log and this is lookin hot man. keep up the great work, maybe someday i can afford to do something like this in my 04 GrandPrix.
Was browsing through some forums and found this. Now, I hate lowered cars. I think they look terrible. However, this looks great IMO. Lifting isn't really an option because pathfinders are unibodies which means that unless I want to do anything over a 2" lift or lower I need to do some frame mods which includes welding, and I have 0 experience with that stuff.
Anyways, at some point I'm gonna want to lower it and possibly murder it out...not sure if I want to murder it or storm trooper. In the end it will probably look like this:
but lowered a little.
Minor update/whatever since I won't be able to do any work on this for a while and this thread was getting lonely
Last edited by Kangaroux; 03-18-2012 at 01:03 PM.
2003 JEEP Grand Cherokee LTD
HU- pioneer 80prs
Front Stage- B2 ES 6.1I
FS Amp- B2 Quattro
Sub Amp-B2 Zero1
Subs- Tantric HDD 12's
box - 6^3 33hz
This looks to be the easiest lift for our paths. Krypton Fabrications - Products - 4 Inch 96-04 Pathfinder / QX4 Lift Kit. Check this out and see if works for you down the future.
Put the seats down and moved the box back to be about 16" from the hatch. Ironically the lows are a lot better now. Before I was getting heavy roll off from 32hz down but now it's a much smoother roll off. I'm starting to contemplate building my bandpass to be port up since firing at the hatch doesn't seem to yield such amazing results on the lows.
Also, has anyone ever used this, and if so, how sticky is it? Shop Dow 12 Oz. Great Stuff Gaps & Cracks Insulating Foam Sealant at Lowes.com
I need to spray foam my roof and I want the headliner and the foam to stick really well so the headliner doesn't simply flex and slap the foam
Calibrated my volt meter and went from it displaying 13.8v to properly displaying 14.3v while charging. Cool stuff.
I've used it a few times,most recently to seal the channel from my kicks to the back of the Xtra cab. Didn't like music coming from behind me. Worked good in that app,as now my old 4" Quart mids are playing down to 80hz,getting 150w/ea,from the bridged 900/5. It is pretty sticky stuff,especially when you get it on your hands.. Not sure how well it will work filling large,shallow expanses,like between roof ribs and a headliner. It doesn't have enough force to push the foam much farther than the end of the tube.