Hey Howard, does this mean that the exterior of your Car is done? Also for this Build what amp is the customer going with please.
Not really, I still have to get the fuel door and front grill painted black.Tail lights l.e.d. conversion, front lower front spoiler. Projector HID headlight srt8 6 piston wilwood 2 pc big brake kit front and rear. powder coat the exhaust tips black. Oh window tint. lol. That about it on the outside.
On this Build Im going to be using the Arc audio XDi v2 1200.6. He wanted a small amp and budget to stay under $1k for amps
150w to each side of the components
150w to each coax in the rear doors
600 bridged @4ohm to the sub.
best option for now to run a full systems until the new 6ch ground zero nuclear amp comes out. which Im going to be using for my 3 way plutonium components.
finished Up the build, Its sounded pretty freaking amazing. The nuclear components are on that level for sure. The uranium's are a nice setup, but these just take the system to that next level. The Hydrogen 25x did well as always, but this time seemed to hit with more authority in the small sealed enclosure. Customer was amazed that it was a coming from a 10" sub. It felt like there was a pair of 12" in the back.
when I turn the system down, the customer said....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzi3gxg062c
Last edited by customaudioman; 04-22-2014 at 02:24 AM..
Okay guys finished up the Pathfinder build. Two weeks of work done in under a week while working on a few other things. Since this 2014 has the base system (6 speakers system) The full range front and rear signals were taken from the headunit since their is no bose amp.. Most of the time I would just take just one set of full range signal from the source if fading in the system is not important( coupes). All I can say the system sounded amazing after finished. The Ground Zero Nuclear components set up front was very detailed never showed any fatigue, stayed very accurate and produced excellent sound quality. The GZ Hydrogen 25x sub was able to dig very deep and kept us where other subs have a difficult time. Still able to have great sound quality. I would compare this sub to a IDQ Subs sound quality, but has much better output.. Now to the build....
Now time for deadening material. I usually use Hushmat and focal
multi layer with ccf for door panels and outer skins. I wanted to give GZ mat and multi layer
deadening a try. Quality wise was the same or better then the others in performance I used in the past but half the cost.