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.
Wow. Quite the portfolio man. Seriously. Compliments from Toronto. Been working on my own cars for about 15 years and just bought my first new car so I really want to do this one right. I'm looking at the 2010 Subaru build with the flip up amp rack cause I want access to the spare on my 2012 mazda 6.
If you've got a moment... When you bolted the sides down to the car, what did you use? Did you fasten with a nut on the underside? Any particular type of hinges to get?