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A guy posted this over on the Corvette Forum a couple of months ago. Do you know SublimeZ?
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Hey this is really a damn good idea. I like it.
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A guy posted this over on the Corvette Forum a couple of months ago. Do you know SublimeZ?
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Those look really cool! If you showed them to me with no idea of material I would have said they were prolly glassed! Awesome job
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Sorry James, I did not see your name there. I have just finished doing this to my C4, and the difference is quite dramatic. It raises the sound stage so that the sound is right there.

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hey i have a set of LPG what is the correct size end caps for these tweets?

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Sorry James, I did not see your name there. I have just finished doing this to my C4, and the difference is quite dramatic. It raises the sound stage so that the sound is right there.

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hey i have a set of LPG what is the correct size end caps for these tweets?

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ok thx i figured i'd have to do that lol
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well just got back from lowes and hd, from what i can tell the closet size for my LPG's is 1.5" end cap, but its a lil too small. does anyone know if they make a 1.75" end cap it would be a bigger in my opinion but i can wrapped them and they should fit shug.


Mike has anyone tried this technique with a large format tweeter?
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well just got back from lowes and hd, from what i can tell the closet size for my LPG's is 1.5" end cap, but its a lil too small. does anyone know if they make a 1.75" end cap it would be a bigger in my opinion but i can wrapped them and they should fit shug.


Mike has anyone tried this technique with a large format tweeter?

No 1.75" caps.
Use 2" and make a ring from plastic or mdf.
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oh ok i was also thinkin could the inner wall of the cap be sanded or grinded down a lil to make them fit?


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maybe. Pesonally, I think they'd look better with a little "reveal"


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Nope - no 1.75" available. However, if you're so inclined, you could find a local irrigation supply place. They'll have more types of pvc: schedule 40, schedule 80, class 200, class 315. These have slightly different wall thicknesses and inside diameters - one of which might possibly fit your tweet.

Otherwise, stepping up to a 2" - like mentioned earlier - might be your best bet.

BTW......this is a cool idea.
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Damn it now I can't blame my install on the size of this tweeter, you made it look good/
Edit: Oh wait are these the xt25's? Theydon't look big enough.

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Edit: Oh wait are these the xt25's? Theydon't look big enough.
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Hah! Do I know SublimeZ? We were the founding members of the Austin chapter of DIYMA a little over a year ago. He lives around the corner from me and gets car audio help from the same guy I do, Glenn (GLN305). Glenn invented tweeter pods and made and installed them for both of us.

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well just got back from lowes and hd, from what i can tell the closet size for my LPG's is 1.5" end cap, but its a lil too small. does anyone know if they make a 1.75" end cap it would be a bigger in my opinion but i can wrapped them and they should fit shug.

Mike has anyone tried this technique with a large format tweeter?
If they just barely don't fit, you could try sanding the 1.5" end caps. Or get 2" end caps and use some weather stripping foam etc. to line the insides to make it a snug fit.

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Sorry James, I did not see your name there. I have just finished doing this to my C4, and the difference is quite dramatic. It raises the sound stage so that the sound is right there.

Well done.
Glenn (GLN305) deserves all the credit. He is the one who thought of the idea and how to finish them. Lots of people use ends caps, but they usually glue or glass them in. With this approach, swapping out tweeters is a 10 minute job. He is also a master at sparying bedliner - his first coat is smooth and then the second coat adds texture.

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the pillar mount for me was an utter failure as far as sound, next experiment....... these pods!! caught my eye months ago and it is now time to play around. Great idea Glenn and great write up and pics Shiv

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got mine ghetto'ed in, still need to work some with the angles and they look a little funny in my little cobalt but they are there and thats a huge plus for me. those with these from the FoosBQue sounded very nice. so I have high hopes in the end for mine.

SublimeZ, I did go ahead and pick up the xxx comps and am liking them so far, rather astounded with the mid action on these
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Yeah, they're monsters. Tweets are pretty good, directly on axis. They will play as low as 2k, but did very well hp'd at 2.5k.


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Glenn, did you chop those caps down a bit for a lower profile or are they set into the pillar? Or maybe just an optical illusion?

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