Looks good man..
Looks good man..
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Thank you it is coming along.
Getting everything ready for the big power upgrade this week
It may not be a problem for you but I had to treat the gas cover with CCF and deadener. It was sucking it in
how many sq ft of deadener did you end up using to get that kind of coverage? Build looks awesome. Would love to hear those Pioneer midranges.
Great install. Very clean, done the right way.
*Build in Progress*
'99 Grand Cherokee Laredo
Headunit: Alpine CDE-136BT
Front: JBL MS-62c
Sub: Sundown X-15
Amps: Sundown 1200d , Searching for a 2-Chan
Wiring: Knu Krystal Kables, Knu 0ga
Thank you guys for the props. I dont need to sound deaden the gas cap as one the subwoofer is on the other side and ive replaced the factory lid with a heavier carbon fiber wrapped lid. wow i guess i ended up using around 200 sq feet ish... of JUST the foil covered stuff , i am not talking about the padding and foam.
I also have only one subwoofer getting only 533 watts RMS.
Got some more stuff in still freaking waiting on the buddy club system.
And these to try and keep the panels on rather than rivets
It is finally here and i am all set to do the power system uprade this weekend.ALL the wires are getting replaced save the main 0 gauge going to the trunk.
The Buddy Club Condensor also has a cool blue glow to it.
Got the condenser in the car rut before it started raining and hooked up all the ground wires.
That's the ground for the shock tower or to the frame as my research indicated that goes directly to the frame .
This one goes to the valve cover bolt that goes down to the engine block
This one goes to the bolt on the side of the engine block by the alternator
This one goes to the trans casing? It is in back f the starter if I'm not mistaken.
Tis is everything hooked up.. I also replaced the negative battery terminal with another JL Audio terminal. This is NOT the finished product as it started raining on me. I will neaten it up tomorrow.
Last edited by excelon72; 07-21-2013 at 02:07 AM.
Great job, so clean. I hope it sounds as good as it looks.
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So far it does though I'm dragging my feet at putting the mid's in active. But sounds pretty **** good even with limited sound contouring.
I used a highly rated but in expensive auto ranging multimeter. The before and after are the readings before and after the buddy club condenser .
Test Before. After. In volts of course.
Battery. 12.38. 12.69
Alternator. 13.61. 13.44
Dist block. 13.18. 13.20
I don't have one that records over time unfortunately.