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OK...... here's the deal..... Take one nicely optioned Dodge Caravan ...... Already equipped with a nice MyGig bluetooth factory system ...... (6 speakers) and transorm it into a firebreathing kick-ass SQ install anyone would be proud of...... (ok, humor me here). Install an MS-8, a trio of Rockford Fosgate amps and a shitload of better speakers than factory.

I know I know.... it's a minivan.....but lets at least make the best of it.

Here is my canvass.......
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Minivan Rock!

Geez i wish i could have the 2011 engine in my 2007...

Don't forget to sound deadened the doors!

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I was rocking a 2009 Honda Odysey, with the sound system. You power what you have and enjoy lol.
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I have been planning on doing this to my 07 odyssey. Where do you plan on putting the ms8 and amps? I was considering the indoor storage area for myself but was not sure about over heating.
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Truth be told ........ I was planning on putting the amps and MS-8 in ........ the overhead console. I have a full length o/h without DVD players. My son stores candy and headphones and ipods up there and leaves it there when he's not in the van. It produces noises that I will look forward to eliminating.
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That sounds like a good place, as long as there is room for the stuff to breath I guess.

Coppertone, did you use the in floor storage for amps etc? How was it for heat in there or did you come up with some venting options?

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The rear of my van had a location for the third row seats to fold down into. This space was sacrificed and two amps plus cooling fans for piece of mind placed there. My van had a tote box on the roof behind my moonroof for storage.
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We just got a 2010 Town and Country as a company vehicle (think the layout is almost identical inside) and I was actually looking at all the storage areas and thinking the stow n go compartments would be great for amps and subs. The overhead console would be great for some super small amps like the ones from Massive or something.

Don't sweat rockin' a van though, it can still be a sweet ride. A set of rims with the right stance would make that thing look hot.


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I always look forward to a new build thread.

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Here is the list........

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MyGig Stock radio w/Bluetooth
JVC KD-HDR50
JVC MS-8
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Dayton Audio RS75-4 (fronts and center)
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Pioneer TS-A6960R (rears)
Infinity stock tweeters (d-pillars)
10" Infinity stock subwoofer (stock location)
15" Alpine Type R (behind third row seats)

Heavy amounts of vibration & sound damping as well.
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I just wish they would slap a turbo on the van's like they did in the 80's
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I just wish they would slap a turbo on the van's like they did in the 80's
It wouldn't work with the stock 3.3 or 3.8, lots of work would be needed to have a semi reliable engine... If possible i would swap my 3.8 for the 3.6 Pentastar

Back to the subject

I spotted a few problems

Pyle Pro PDMR5, this driver is a closed back, the RS-75 will play lower... so there's no need for it.

Rear speaker in the van, can you tell me where they are located in the 2011, up to 2007 they are right in the side of the 3rd row, right underneath the window. There's no room in there, the stock speaker is barely making it. If they fit i would simply go with an other pair of RS-75 and don't bother try to get midbass from that location.

Stock Infinity sub, unless the MS-8 will be aware of 2 different sub in different location (don't even know if the MS-8 can handle that) i would suggest you not to use the stock one. If they get the same signal you will have phase problem, not to mention you might end up blowing the Infinity.

Infinity stock tweeters (d-pillars), if there's really tweeter in the D-Pillar don't use them.

Now, how do you plan to integrate both headunit? Also, do you plan to use the internal amp of the MS-8 since your missing some channel on your amps?

I know, I already mention it to you, but i would look into a beefy 6x9 as dedicated midbass for your doors if you are running 3ways. Simply cut the tweeter or LP them at the amp to prevent the MS-8 have them play too high.

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For starters .... the new Pentastar engine doesn't need a turbo. It has 285 HP from the factory as is..... There is a 400 HP 3.8 Pentastar engine in the works for 2012.

OK.... First off.... Thanks for all your input and thought spent on my install Basshead....

I will elaborate my thoughts towards my install..... I considered the Pyle midbass because there is a sweet central spot to install it in my "superconsole" below all the central switchwork. I wasn't aware the RS-75 played lower. If you think it is un-neccessary I will consider omitting it. On the subject of the subs..... I was gonna put the subs on a DPDT toggle switch and have a terminal plate installed into the side quarter trim in the back of the van........ (for the Type-R 15") When the seats were up .... use the Type-R, when the seats were down ..... use the Infinity 10". Not both @ same time.

NO speakers powered by the ms-8. Period.

LFD and LF dash tweet ch.1
RFD and RF dash tweet ch.2
LRQ and d-pillar tweet ch.3
RRQ and d-pillar tweet ch.4
10" Infinity or Alpine Type-R 15" channel 5
Center RS-75 and Pyle channel 6

The stock rear 6x9 speaker is beside the 3rd row seats..... lots more room there than you think. I am sure I could get almost any driver in there within reason.

The 10" Infinity is located between the C and D pillars on Drivers side behind the quarter trim below the pop out quarter window. Between the tailamp and the rear LH wheelwell.

Yes..... there COULD be a D-pillar tweeter..... I will take a pic tomorrow to show you where it it located. The "high" end stock systems have 11 speakers.



I am open to ideas so .... I will re-read your suggestions over and over.

I wanted a more "active" front stage and was considering seperating the 6.5 inchers from the dash L&R RS-75's. (then the RS-75 dash speakers would be powered by the MS-8)

I haven't started my build yet and definitely want to get started ASAP. I am gonna target the end of the month for my build. I have everything except for the time.

Oh, I meant to add that the MS-8 has an Aux input that I was gonna use with the RCA's from the JVC head unit. I was very happy with that head unit in my last car ..... till I bought this van. I do seriously like the MyGig though.... It does it all. Sounds very good I might add for a stock system w/out a subwoofer.

And really.....? Replace the 6.5's with a 6x9? How come? I know the stock location houses a 6x9 .... but I thought this combo would sound better. Please elaborate..... I am all ears.
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Ugliest color ever, but the van is pretty cool

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ok, the Pyle is a midrange and not a midbass so i would simply use the RS-75 alone for center.

I like the DPDT switch idea, when you setup the MS-8 make sure you are on the 15

Then if you like the MyGig, try it with the MS-8 alone first. Don't get yourself in a project too big, specially if you don't have much time.

Yup 6x9, idk where i saw that quote but "there's no replacement for displacement", that mean the more cone area you have the more air it will move. In a 2 way setup i would have say meh, but for a dedicated midbass why not? For a midbass you don't need it to play very high (maybe 300Hz with the RS-75), so a good 6x9 that's not too mechanically noisy will beat any 6,5 midbass in term of output due to the larger cone(around 23% more cone area). One 6x9 that comes to mind is the HAT i69.

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Sweet! I like! Definately gonna consider your advice......

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OK, so it's been a slow build. I knew that it was gonna take some time to collect my gear and for the warm weather to arrive. Yesterday I started with a bit of stuff. I installed a Coastal Electronics Lockpick. (I know I know... Big deal) But at least it is something. I start out slow and then work up steam. I also ran some of my BIG 3 upgrade wiring and a 200 amp relay. Plan on more today. Maybe even a camera or two.

Here's some pics so far.

If anybody wants a Lockpick .... I ordered mine from ebay from a seller named 12vforless. It was the best transaction and speedy too. Very good seller. Ordered Saturday morning .......had it the following Monday evening.
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More BIG 3 update pics. Got out there this morning....... FINISHED. Grounded right to alternator bolt and a secondary ground to chassis added as well. The factory ground points got a good cleaning as well.

Upgraded the battery post/connectors from the crap factory ones. Ready to run 4 guage from isolator relay.

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Got started on my front doors. Pretty standard stuff. Dynamat, and acoustic foam. I can tell you now ..... I notice a difference already.... I also rustproofed the inside of the doors after Dynamatting. It smells kinda funny in the car but .... I hope the smell goes away....
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This is going along, keep it up.

Wow the new Caravan doors sucks...

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