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That car is fully capable of saving your life.... This was our limited on Tuesday...

Both my wife and son walked away... not a straight body panel on the car, it's totally fucked.



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That'll buff right out chad.

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Ohh crap... You weren't in the car Chad?

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I was not in the car, in fact they were 100+ miles from home. Made things even more tense.
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I was not in the car, in fact they were 100+ miles from home. Made things even more tense.
Damn I could imagine... Glad everything is ok.

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Anyway, yeah, it stayed intact inside, so in tact I had to remove the factory sub to get into the truck It's a good safe car, onto the install
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Well it was a busy week/weekend so I didn't get much done on the car. I did take the front passenger door down and give it a quick look over. Looks like it'll be fairly easy to seal off the door. However it's gonna be a pain in the ass because in order to remove the black plastic piece the exterior door handle and window have to both come off. I did get a chance to make some baffles for both front and rear doors but thats about it.

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A shot of the interior door trim, it has some kind of factory deadener on it. I guess thats what the white stuff is.



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The window removal is easy, if it's anything like my Genesis Coupe.
Check my build thread. I think I detailed it.
I used some blue painter's tape to mark the window position against the top of the door...that way I got it back in the same spot.

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Good idea, thanks Jay!

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If yours is like mine, check this:

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nice speaker baffles....makes me want to get a router!

it does look very easy to seal...the genesis door looked like it was much easier to work on for sure, but this doesn't look much different either. i like it.


Just wondering, for the trunk, i'm not sure what you're planning on, but does the way way it's setup make an IB sub setup reasonably possible and/or easy?

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nice speaker baffles....makes me want to get a router!

it does look very easy to seal...the genesis door looked like it was much easier to work on for sure, but this doesn't look much different either. i like it.


Just wondering, for the trunk, i'm not sure what you're planning on, but does the way way it's setup make an IB sub setup reasonably possible and/or easy?
I can't really make up my mind how I want to set up the trunk

I thought about IB but really don't want to do any cutting on the rear deck.

This is kind what I had in mind:
False floor with edge light plexi around the amps and woofer.


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I can't really make up my mind how I want to set up the trunk

I thought about IB but really don't want to do any cutting on the rear deck.

This is kind what I had in mind:
False floor with edge light plexi around the amps and woofer.


Thanks on the baffles! The router and circle jig may be the best purchases ever, they pay for themselves pretty easily.
I don't know man...that setup just doesn't look efficient enough for me...looks like it'd get muffled up in the trunk.

I have no idea what the pass-thru looks like, but I don't think cutting up of the rear deck would be necessary, if you use the pass-thru as your baffle mount.

I love when the IB's are in the trunk pass-thru. So easy to conceal, such a space saver, and you usually keep access to the spare tire. Plus, they're usually really efficient as well, obviously. But, the pic you have is pretty sick too, and easily concealed...just no spare. Not a huge deal, IMO, but something to consider I guess.

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I can't tell from the picture, but can you not keep the spare if you did a false floor?

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I don't know man...that setup just doesn't look efficient enough for me...looks like it'd get muffled up in the trunk.

I have no idea what the pass-thru looks like, but I don't think cutting up of the rear deck would be necessary, if you use the pass-thru as your baffle mount.

I love when the IB's are in the trunk pass-thru. So easy to conceal, such a space saver, and you usually keep access to the spare tire. Plus, they're usually really efficient as well, obviously. But, the pic you have is pretty sick too, and easily concealed...just no spare. Not a huge deal, IMO, but something to consider I guess.
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I can't tell from the picture, but can you not keep the spare if you did a false floor?
I don't have a pass through at all. So I'll either do something like the picture or molded in one side of the trunk. I may be able to keep the spare tire not sure yet though.

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i saw a sonata at my installer being fixed up. it had a false floor with big amps. then the sub was facing the rear with a custom box that took up the entire back side.

the tire was still accessible through the false floor.
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Its not hard to get the plastic part of the door out. Just pop off the cover for the bolts that hold the window in, pull the window, remove all the bolts that hold the plastic part in, remove the door handle, and everything comes right out.

Just dont pull to hard, there is a tiny spring in the door handle that breaks very easily.
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I can't really make up my mind how I want to set up the trunk

I thought about IB but really don't want to do any cutting on the rear deck.

This is kind what I had in mind:
False floor with edge light plexi around the amps and woofer.


Thanks on the baffles! The router and circle jig may be the best purchases ever, they pay for themselves pretty easily.
I haven't read the thread very closely, so I apologize if that is way off of what you can or want to do, but what does the metal skin of the rear deck look like? 6x9, 6.5? You can easily fire a 10" IB sub through a 6.5 inch opening without it affecting the sound (the sound waves are just way too long to be affected). All you'd need to do is mount the baffle to the under side some how and then subs to that.

Although, in this case you will need to seal up and solidify the trunk/cabin separation much more then you would if the sub were mounted in a box in the trunk. In that case, you'd want the opposite.
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ts - There are no speakers in the back deck, save for the 8 inch factory sub.
Would be fairly simple to do though, you're right about that.

Chad - good lord, man. Glad the fam is safe. Scary as hell.

Good luck on the build, blackedout.

I look forward to watching this thread intently.

I myself bought my wife a 2011 Sonata for Christmas. She loves it.

I opted for the gls model though - it was the only model available with a manual transmission. Turbo was nice, lots of added features, but ugh, a damn auto.
Way I see it, if i'm gonna spend that much money on a car, it better be able to let me drive it how it's supposed to be driven. I haven't bought an auto in close to 15 years, i'll be damned if I start now. Extra features be damned.

Please, take some more pics, they will be invaluable when it comes to doing my own install, if you don't mind me using them as a reference.

Oh, and if you wanna make a few bucks, if you make some extra baffles i'll buy em. I suck at woodworking.

Oh - one more thing if i'm not being a pest - could you measure the depth from mounting point of the speaker to the max usable depth that does not interfere with door internals? Wondering if I could get a shallow 8 in there....would be great as the underside of the dash has plenty of clearance even for full body hlcd's.....wuld be a great front stage.

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Would be fairly simple to do though, you're right about that.
Oh ok, thanks.

Here's one example of a similar setup then.

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Its not hard to get the plastic part of the door out. Just pop off the cover for the bolts that hold the window in, pull the window, remove all the bolts that hold the plastic part in, remove the door handle, and everything comes right out.

Just dont pull to hard, there is a tiny spring in the door handle that breaks very easily.
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ts - There are no speakers in the back deck, save for the 8 inch factory sub.
Would be fairly simple to do though, you're right about that.

Chad - good lord, man. Glad the fam is safe. Scary as hell.

Good luck on the build, blackedout.

I look forward to watching this thread intently.

I myself bought my wife a 2011 Sonata for Christmas. She loves it.

I opted for the gls model though - it was the only model available with a manual transmission. Turbo was nice, lots of added features, but ugh, a damn auto.
Way I see it, if i'm gonna spend that much money on a car, it better be able to let me drive it how it's supposed to be driven. I haven't bought an auto in close to 15 years, i'll be damned if I start now. Extra features be damned.

Please, take some more pics, they will be invaluable when it comes to doing my own install, if you don't mind me using them as a reference.

Oh, and if you wanna make a few bucks, if you make some extra baffles i'll buy em. I suck at woodworking.

Oh - one more thing if i'm not being a pest - could you measure the depth from mounting point of the speaker to the max usable depth that does not interfere with door internals? Wondering if I could get a shallow 8 in there....would be great as the underside of the dash has plenty of clearance even for full body hlcd's.....wuld be a great front stage.

Anyway - again - good luck! Look forward to hearing how it's coming along!
No problem I get you the depth when I take the doors back off!

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Oh ok, thanks.

Here's one example of a similar setup then.

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I could try that but how do I know if I have the right woofer for an IB setup?
Just hate to go through all that and it doesn't sound good.

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Well IB is not an option, I don't have a pass through and the trunk support rods split the middle of the rear deck...the factory 8" badly clears it. So...it's gonna have to either go in the false floor or molded in a corner truck. Any suggestions on what might sound better?

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Well got some work done this weekend. Got all the wire run through the factory plugs. There was no way I could fit the 12 ga. wire through the opening I had. So the only thing I could think to do was to splice in a short piece of 16 gauge to get through the door plug.

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Well finally got back at it again. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Here are a few teaser pics.

Finally found an Audison SFD41C, thanks to Salad Fingers.


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