Bought the vehicle new, tinted the windows, put Foose rims on it and HID headlights right away. Havent done anything since, but now ready to start working on it.
Number of build records: 3
Boom Box ( List)
So heres specs on the Box.
Vb= 1.68 cu ft per woofer
Fb= 27.53 Hz
F3= 30.71 Hz
I bought all my parts from Parts Express. Box design was using BassBox Pro.
(2) Dayton Audio DC200-8 woofers
(2) Eminence Alpha 4-8 - 4 inch midrange
(2) GRS ITDI -8 - 1" Tweeter
Dayton Audio KABD-4100 Amp. According to Parts Express it should do 37watts RMS x4 into 8 ohms
(2) Dayton Audio XO2W-3K. 3K Hz crossover for the high end
Dayton Audio KPX DSP programmer for the amp just using it to crossover the woofer right now
Boom Box ( Intro)
My car audio install will be fiberglass A pillar pods with MB Quart 5 ¼ Components and custom door panels with MB Quart 8" as mid bass. its been 20 plus years since Ive built pods, so I thought it to be smart to practice first, hence the Boom Box.. Its a 28" tall x 44" wide x 7" deep enclosure with an iPad as a head unit. Let me know if you want to see the build with full details.
Stage 1: Re route my HID headlight wiring and install HID fog lights. Going to try and hide everything so looking under the hood you would never know it was aftermarket lights, as well as move my OBD port. I installed a chip tuner and cant put the fuse box cover back on the way it is.
Stage 2: Install remote start. I chose one that would work with my factory remote, didnt want to have 2 remotes. Push the lock button 3 times on the factory remote to start the vehicle, only down side, you have to use the key to open the door when its remote started.
Stage 3: Car audio install. Way too much to say here, so I will post builds during the process
Im also looking into an LCD rear view mirror and thinking about painting my brake calipers red.
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