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    my install is done.. tell me whatcha think

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    I know the wires are a mess... how can I clean them up?

    Also whatcha think of my job?

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    looks great!!



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    Nice!




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    It looks **** good. As far as cleaning up the wires, if you want to go all out you could make a platform that mounts onto where the amps are mounted right now, making space so that the amps still show but nothing else does, provided you have room. Or you could make a little platform that goes from the bottom of the amps to floor just to cover up all the wires. If you dont want to do all that, you could staple some plastic tiewraps on and tie up the wires taunt and organized so theyre not in a big jumbled mess, but they would still show. Either way, it looks great, espcially for a first timer



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    Originally posted by Gauntlet
    It looks **** good. As far as cleaning up the wires, if you want to go all out you could make a platform that mounts onto where the amps are mounted right now, making space so that the amps still show but nothing else does, provided you have room. Or you could make a little platform that goes from the bottom of the amps to floor just to cover up all the wires. If you dont want to do all that, you could staple some plastic tiewraps on and tie up the wires taunt and organized so theyre not in a big jumbled mess, but they would still show.
    I think I will try to build a platform. I tried to do that with 1/4" plywood, but it was too thick that the seats wouldnt go down all the way. I will look for some other kind of wood to build that with maybee 1/8" thick would work.. Thanks for the input

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    Great install, very clean. Good work




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    Very nice! Great job making the enclosure look natural.. If my install comes out looking 1/2 as nice as yours I'll be happy (just starting)..




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    How's that IDMAX running? Probably getting one myself




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    Originally posted by TheGrimReaperKD
    How's that IDMAX running? Probably getting one myself

    one word

    AWSOME!!!



    BLAH!!!

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    love it man..signed ur guestbook...i wouldn't sweat those wires,much..hehe.....u could always buy some 1/8" plexiglass and mold it to cover the wires...organize them first, and then do the 'glass..kinda show them off as well.


    kind of a rant here..but with companies making the wires look kewl, rf riot gamma's for example, why aren't people wiring in such a way as to show off their wiring??

    anyway, prime, just a thought to keep it different...........looks good!!!



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    Originally posted by Primetime
    one word

    AWSOME!!!
    Really? Hmm...

    Good SQ, and some nice SPL?





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    Dude that is awsome for a first install. Is this like first self install, or first install period?? Either way its sick,a d u should be (and as I can tell are) very proud of urself and ur handy work.



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    good work for a first install. don't sweat the wires. how long did it take u to do all of it?




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