Edit: Nevermind, didn't realize I had the box in that PR thread.
Last edited by gckless; 05-13-2013 at 06:23 PM.
Got a little acomplished tonight, had to do some stuff around the house so didnt really work but for about an hour.
4 gauge wiring
What i plan to secure the port and subs with along with 1/4x20 bolts.
only one piece is in place, the rest are just stuck in there to check for clearance. gotta weld washers on the two vertical rods and the one running front to back.
This is how i plan to bolt the inside and outside of every rod, if it passes through the box, it will have this on the inside and outside.
Just a build i was looking at, pretty nice setup, of course in a 2dr blazer.
I had to shave a little off the bottom of the port so it would sit flat.
Got my all thread back from my buddy that welded the washers on. reason i did this was so the box would sit flat, and i plan to mount the amp to the back of the box so i couldnt afford for a nut to be sticking out and have clearance issues.
here is a view looking down to see how flush they sit
Here is with the port laying in to test clearance. little tight lol
i scored a 2ft piece of 8in pipe, so i can cut different lengths, write the tuning on them, and go from there. i imagine port will load off of hatch, making tuning lower than actual.
plan on ordering AT deadener, KNU 8 gauge, and a o scope this weekend if all goes well.
Finally got a little done this weekend. Started mounting the 125.4s
Not exactly happy with the depth I have for the port to hatch, a hair over 5in. The ns-1 is so wide and tall that it kinda is hard to mount it anywhere else. Mounted to the seats helps me
None what so ever an it would be against the box anyways.
Cleaned the blazer and put on the sticker. Shout out to Kyle Rutherford for the shirt and sticker.
Waiting on alts. Plan to install batts in a few weeks,put the alts on, and running
**** dude, lookin good. I like the spot for the 125.4's. Where you putting the batteries?
Though. Gotta figure out the best way to wire it all up though.
Another piece of the puzzle. Got these for a smoking deal. Less than $450 shipped for both and external regulator.
Another pic of the blazer clean for once. Lol
Hey man, don't intend to derail your thread, just wanted to let you know I started one: 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
Point of this post was to show ya the panel I reworked. I remember you asking about it a little while ago.
Worked the small panel where my tape player is. Tape player still has to come out.
That panel pops right off, and I cut a small piece of plastic and worked some Bondo in there.
This is where I will be putting my meters, the USB connection for the 80PRS, my PAC LC-1, and possibly other switches/electronic stuff.