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  1. Wynndaddy
    01-13-2016 - permalink
    Wynndaddy
    Ok ,thanks for getting back to me . Ive got one sealed @ .6 and it sounds pretty good in a wrangler under the front pass. seat . Im really limited behind the seat of this truck but I think 1.5- 1.7 is pretty doable . Ive been talking to cherryman and Brian Fisher about doing itfor me . Fisher is only about 30min from me . Neither one of them have done this in a truck like mine . If i go that route Ill let you know how it turns out .
  2. Wynndaddy
    01-13-2016 - permalink
    Wynndaddy
    I saw one of your posts on a ported box with a SD-3 10 . I was wondering if you ever built one of these and what the results were ? Im trying to decide to go sealed or ported on these behind the seat of a ford SD crewcab .

    Man, just playing with WinISD models (not exact I know), if you put this in a ~1.7 cube box and tune way down in the 24hz range, you end up with a ruler-flat response clear out to infrasonic frequencies.

    Would make a good home theater sub as well as a good option possibly for a vehicle with poor cabin gain, I think.
  3. sbeezy
    10-01-2015 - permalink
    sbeezy
    I haven't forgotten about you bro, Just been a busy few days for me and my audio guy. will send you those prices as soon as possible. saturday should be the day I can go by the shop.
  4. cueball981
    07-29-2015 - permalink
    cueball981
    Gotcha! I'll be sure to check that one out. Thanks so much for your reply! Oh, was going to ask you too...how did you route your speaker wire to the doors? I was looking at my doors last night and noticed Ford still has that damn plug that attaches to the from the door to the car. GRRRR! Thanks!
  5. cueball981
    07-29-2015 - permalink
    cueball981
    Hello!

    Hopefully I'm not intruding. I was given your username by another member, percy072. I am about to embark on my most intensive install to date (been into car audio since I began driving at 16...40 now! LOL!). I recently purchased a 2014 Ford Fusion. I understand you're running an MS-8 (did watch your video...great install!). From previous discussions surrounding our stock Ford Sony systems, I've read that the MS-8 requires the outputs after the Sony amp to keep all the functionality of the stock amenities. In your video I notice you have the outputs from the HU going into the inputs of the MS-8. By doing so, are you retaining your SYNC chime, bluetooth, and other SYNC features?

    I am very new to these "new" cars with integrated everything, so any advice you have time to provide I'll appreciate very much!

    Chris
  6. instalher
    02-11-2015 - permalink
    instalher
    there is a guy selling an almost perfect ms-8 on here for 260 shipped... jhuston. check it out I talked to him already and he still has it..
  7. crazymikez
    04-12-2013 - permalink
    crazymikez
    Would the post be good for the system in my 2005 ford escape? I am from escape city. I am also getting deadening material from Don for all the doors.
  8. crazymikez
  9. nerofive4
    10-12-2011 - permalink
    nerofive4
    What tools and materials would you suggest having/purchasing for putting fiberglass in a door build in an 09 escape?

    -Steve
    (Im from the escape-city forum)
  10. costasmaz
    09-07-2010 - permalink
    costasmaz
    I noticed the excellent work on the Sentra you did. I just got a 2010 Sentra SL (Non-Rockford) and I've been bitten by the car audio bug, again. Problem is, I can't seem to find a straight answer about what size speakers will fit in the front doors. (I don't want to modify anything, just change out what's in there. I'll use an adapter plate if I have to) So, since you've been there, what size fits? Thanks in advance.

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    2015 Durango R/T, Build MS-8, Massive NX4 pair, Massive N3, ID X6x9, Wavecor center, Alpine SPX Pro tweeters, Sundown SD3 10's
    2017 Colorado, Helix V Eight, Arc 500.1, ID8's, Audible Physics AR3 & AR20

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