Hi, I've been reading and researching all your installs and inspired by it to do a install perfect as I possibly can. I am in the midst of making tweeter pods in the A-pillar and how important is it to have the tweeters pointed in the right direction? And what is the correct direction to point the tweeters towards? In researching your installs I noticed some are pointed towards the driver and passenger side and some were just pointed at each other. Any helpful direction would be greatly appreciated.
I hope you can give me a bit of advice/direction on what to do...
I am going to be buying a Chevy Tahoe very soon and want to install my current amps in it: Zapco DC 1100.1 & 1000.4
I want to hide as much as possible - so its not for show or competition. I can probably get the amps under the seat, but for a sub, would you recommend a single 12" in the read driver side panel (fiberglass enclosure) or possibly use the rear spare tire well ??
Or maybe two 12" subs in a dedicated box that would rest in the trunk area??
Hi. I'm might be interested in the 8" sub enclosure you made for Brian's black FR-S. How much to repeat and sent to L.A.? Also, Brian said you might be able to do a similar but cheaper install using cheaper parts? Would you consider doing that with a $1500 to $2000 budget? Thanks a lot. I love the work you do. Really nice!
I have been following your great builds for a long time and want to take a shot at making my own speaker pods, but I notice you always have a blue ring around your speaker pods during your build process, that allows you to make a perfect speaker grill insert. My question is what material is that, and where can it be purchased from? it it a think form of painters tape?
hello i see that you have used illusion audio speakers and would like to know what is your opinion, and I'm thinking of buying a set of 3-way + C4 + C6 TW, greetings and excuse my english, greetings from Mexico.