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Alright the Q45 is Gone and the TUNDRA (aka Da Fall Guy) is here system plans are as follows
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p4100dvd w/ laptop (possibly a pop pulse)
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possibile center channel mbquart qm100mx Dont know yet




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Nice Fuckin truck! And I really like your sub implementation. This build looks promising.

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Nice Fuckin truck!.
As Tony said! I've been wanting to get one of these for awhile now! Love what your doing w/ the sub.
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can't wait to see..... I am really wanting one of those too...

they have a killer lease right now and with the cash back and the extra grand for college grads I am having a hard time resisting.

looks like I might be driving to washington in a few weeks and not looking forward to it in the Scion. Wife says to me, if you are going to get a new car, do it before we go on the trip.
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nice freaking work man!!
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I have basically the same truck, 07 double cab limited, I'm putting two 12 slims under the seat. I like your idea, very innovative, should sound awesome.
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I have basically the same truck, 07 double cab limited, I'm putting two 12 slims under the seat. I like your idea, very innovative, should sound awesome.
Been debating the the slim subs but from what I haveeard you jst dont get deep bass ut of them.

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I'm in the process of getting my system together right now. Tech12volt is building the box, and I'm going with 2 RE SL 12s. I've heard these subs get pretty low, and sound nothing like a slim sub, so we'll see.
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If they work out let me know.
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That sub is insane. Cant wait to see the finished product.
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a few updated pics

bucket seat up

bucket seat down

Amp rack and sub

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Nice so far. I like sub box looks good.
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love the use of birch ply

the sub enclosure looks sick, are you going to try and match the interior or go
with some type of alternate covering , i.e. spray-on bedliner type material
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Great progress! I look forward to seeing the finished product.
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Had a little vinyl laying around the house just itching to be use. Soooooooooooooo Sub box finished the amp rack is next






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How many cubic feet is the box?...nice truck envy

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he box is spec for the sub @ 0.93

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That box looks great. Nice work

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out of curiosity... when you vinyl'd that box, did you also vinyl separate trim pieces and mount those to the box?

I ask because it looks like there are side pieces that don't sit flush with the box and look almost as if they are vinyl covers.

Not bad.. don't get me wrong. Just wondering how you got that look if you covered that whole box in vinyl.... I wouldn't expect to see clear breaks (or what seems to be breaks) in the finished product if so.

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out of curiosity... when you vinyl'd that box, did you also vinyl separate trim pieces and mount those to the box?

I ask because it looks like there are side pieces that don't sit flush with the box and look almost as if they are vinyl covers.

Not bad.. don't get me wrong. Just wondering how you got that look if you covered that whole box in vinyl.... I wouldn't expect to see clear breaks (or what seems to be breaks) in the finished product if so.
you are exactly correct.

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out of curiosity... when you vinyl'd that box, did you also vinyl separate trim pieces and mount those to the box?

I ask because it looks like there are side pieces that don't sit flush with the box and look almost as if they are vinyl covers.

Not bad.. don't get me wrong. Just wondering how you got that look if you covered that whole box in vinyl.... I wouldn't expect to see clear breaks (or what seems to be breaks) in the finished product if so.
Not trying to highjack here..
I did something very similar with the console I just built for my install(https://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/...q-install.html). It sure is a heck of a lot easier than trying to figure out how to wrap in one piece!


To the OP, I really like your sub enclosure idea. It has given me an idea for my install as well. I am not liking having my space taken up in back.
Your build looks very promising and I look forward to future updates. Enjoy!
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your looks awsome

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Great work on the sub box. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the install.

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Changed up the headunit and thats only because I am getting a bit1. the ddx514 nice unit. Ok here is what I slapped together to get some volume and music. I am running my system currently on the passives. the sound is good but it still needs some tuning soon as the bitone comes in.



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Ok new headunit. I like it alot better than the kenwood. But I do think that the kenwodd had better rcas out. With out further or due here goes some pics. Also I decided to make my own rcas. tell me what you think.










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