-US Acoustics 2150 2x150 @ 4ohm RMS [Front Stage]
-US Acoustics 2075 1x240 @ 4ohm RMS [Sub] (I realize the sub w/present a 2ohm load in parallel, if I run into issues I will swap out the sub for the IDQ12D2)
-Alpine CDA-9833 3way Crossover/Time Correction/EQ
-Alpine F1 Tweeter in stock location
-The Planar Mid-Range is going to be molded into the A-Pillar
-Midbass will be install in the stock front door midbass location
-Doors will be sound deadened
-Subwoofer will be installed in a cylinder shaped enclosure in the spare tire well sized so a full 18" Sport wheel/tire (spare) and be placed over top of the box as a speaker grill.
-Trunk floor will be raised 4" to account for the added full spare height, along with speaker volume requirements.
-Amps to be installed under raised floor
-Access hole to be cut in stock carpet floor cover to expose the full spare w/sub inside
-Stock subs to be removed.
Thanks! I'm very happy with the way it came out. After some more glassing it'll be time to wrap it in automotive carpet. Figures the install I would be most proud to show off is going to be 95% hidden. Oh well .
Reminds me, I need to pick up some more resin jelly during lunch today.
You're telling me. They are like 4" x 8" x 3/4" in the rings. Going to flush them into the pillars but there will be a bump out on each side. More install pics to come when I work on it tomorrow during lunch.
Planars sound phenominal as mids! I had a buddy here running them in his scion. Crisp and clean!
I temp installed my extra set of pillars in the car and marked where I thought I wanted them. Afterwards I noticed one of my marks was 3/8" lower than the other so I worked to square them up. At first I used the bandsaw to cut the trim panels... really wasn't needed. 3 passes with a sharp utility blade cut em like butter. Anyway, here's some pics of them tacked with hot glue. I'll get some pics of them mocked up in the car after work.
Well that's a valid concern. I have been selecting drivers that I deam compatible... But worst case the HU is 3-way active compatible. So I could sell the passives and swap to a 6ch or add a 4ch amp. I'm wiring the crossovers in the amp rack w/extra wire.
Thanks for the complements. Its coming along nicely.