My 2005 Buick Rainier
My 2005 Buick Rainier
Lowered 2005 Buick Rainier
Sundown NeoPro V2's in Front Doors
CDT TW-25 Tweeters in A-Pillars
Tang Band W3 Midranges in Dash
MB Quart ONX1.1000D, and two Alpine MRV-F505 Expert Series Amplifiers
Two Sky High 1/0 Power and Ground Runs
Build Log: http://www.caraudio.com/forums/car-audio-build-logs-cars-trucks-suvs/604963-revisiting-buick-rainier-team-megaloud.html
The bike... for sale:
These are old pictures... have added Mapam forwards, chrome neck & swingarm covers and a few other things, including free flowing exhaust inserts. Carburetors have been rejetted and free flowing intake added as well.
The work truck... don't really have good pictures:
The work truck beats....
Alpine CDA-9886 w/PXA-H100 processor, Neo Pro 8 mids, Soundstream tweets and Aura rear fill.
Bought from: Double07(Regular)Mylows10, Bhsdriller,Moller1129, 09civic , Oxsign, Regizzle
Sold To: Zedicus , Nate1017, Ram1500 , Oxsign , 310_cutty(twice), RoYALbLUE08, joelacer, Jeep2000
Pioneer avh p5200bt, American bass phantom 4000, American bass sq375.4, 1 10" Tantric Sounds HD with custom painted features, 4 cdt cl5-cx, knukonceptz neon orange and neon blue 4awg wire all around, 2nd high rate Agm batter in trunk custom made box for sub by ss audio solutions (plexi, kerf port, million color leds)
click on pic for vid below VVVVVV
Just a mock up to see what I want and where it may go, but you get the idea
2008 Dodge Caliber SRT4. Yes, as you may have guessed I am a HUGE lifelong SF 49ers fan. It's fully bolted and is currently the worlds first and only Caliber with a non-static suspension (hydraulic). The backs are done, however I'm still working on the fronts. Will also have an old school sound system complete with all Lanzar Opti drive amps (blue/grey versions) and crossovers. Right now 4 12" Fosgates are going in it, but over the winter I may do 8 12's, not 100% sure yet. Everything aftermarket electrical has a standalone system, and if anybody with a can-bus system knows, that's a lot fewer headaches. Everything on this car was done by myself in my garage. It's taken me 2-2.5 years, but well worth it. Oh yeah, did I mention it runs 12's in the 1/4 mile...