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Very nice. They flow pretty well.
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how's the tonality, staging, imaging, etc.?
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looks great man!

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is SEM texture paint?
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Hey! I just saw these a minute ago on a different forum! Lookin' good.
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about the middle of the car...have yet to try them as my amps are out being upgraded
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Vacuum those floors!

They look great - did you paint the lower halves of the doors while you were at it? Appears to match really well. Anything going in the doors? Third pic down looks like it's showing a nice big hole waiting to be filled! Hmm, that didn't sound good
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Vacuum those floors!

They look great - did you paint the lower halves of the doors while you were at it? Appears to match really well. Anything going in the doors? Third pic down looks like it's showing a nice big hole waiting to be filled! Hmm, that didn't sound good

going to be re done to fit a JL 8ib4
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is SEM texture paint?
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here it is....( I got some shit from a fiberglass forum for this how to but o well here it is as IMO I dont think its bad I can post the link kinda funny..) Id actually like to know if you guys found this how to helpful


This is a step-by-step tutorial showing you how to create your own custom kick panels. I know there is a lot of other people on here who can do a much better job then me so please add what ever advice you can.

Items needed:
Painter’s tape
Tin foil
Plastic sheets
Fleece
OPTIONAL: fiberglass mat
Fiberglass
Paintbrushes
Heat gun (if in cold weather)
Disposable plastic cups
Drummel tool
Popsicle sticks (anything like it)
Glue gun
OPTIONAL: Grinder
Sander
Sand paper
Bondo
Plastic disposable gloves

1.) Building a Base

Tape off this entire area w/ painters tape, then lay down another layer of tin foil and tape it down around it’s edges. Now put down and tape off plastic sheets everywhere else on the floor to ensure no fiberglass will get on your carpet. Then place your stock kick panel back into location. Make sure the stock kick panel is prepped for fiberglass by drilling tiny holes and roughing it up w/ a low grit sand paper; this allows for the fiber glass to hold to the plastic kick. So it should look like...

now lay down a piece of cloth, preferably fiberglass mat or fleece.


Now mix up about a 16 oz cup worth of fiberglass and paint it over the entire area. When applying the glass there are many techniques to do but I prefer to usually dab the glass on until it covers the entire area, then paint the rest of the glass on to the area.

To get glass to cure it has to be in a warm area so if you are in cold conditions like I was use a heating gun to warm the glass up enough to get it to cure.

Now take your cured base and cut off the extra base w/ a drummel tool.



2.) Angling your baffle and attacking it
Now take your baffle that you've made before this for your speakers and start seeing how you would like it placed on your base. Once you've decided how you want it placed take pieces of wood, metal strips, Popsicle sticks, anything of the nature really. Use them to hold your baffle in place w/ hot glue attacking them to the base and baffle like so...




Now this is optional at this point, you can place a towel around them and try them out at this point, to see if you like the angle. The try again and again until you find the optimal way you prefer them angled.

TIP: angling them the "shoot" at your CD player is usually a good starting point.

Before you go finish though make sure the speakers will fit...


Now see where i drew that line, this is the time when you want to cut away the extra of the base that is not needed.

3.) Stretching the fleece

Place your creation over a medium thickness fleece and cut out a piece of fleece that will allow you to cover the entire kick.

Now take your hot glue gun and stretch the fleece around the front of the base and baffle

You don’t want any creases or folds as once then are glassed they will be much harder to get rid of.

Now mix up your glass and glass them



If you are in cold weather this may be helpful for curing them(dont leave the heat gun in there for over a min tho just trying to heat up the area a little bit. If you leave it on i guess it could be a fire issue)

A box w/ a whole in it to stick the heating gun in; just places your kicks in there and they'll cure in no time.


Now take your grinder or drummel and cut away the fleece part where your speakers are going to be placed.


Also give them a test fit in the car just to make sure they fit.

Now mix up another cup of glass and give the outside, inside, and baffles another coat to ensure there are no leaks in the kicks.

After this take your drummel or grinder and get rid of any big blemishes on the kicks.

The final part to it is to BONDO and SAND. May take up to 3 times of laying bondo.

After sanding them they will like this...




At this point your basically done, besides one-step the finish which is up to you…

You can do anything from textured paint, carpet wrap, vynil wrap, suede ect… I post pics once I decide what to do.


Another thing KEEP trying


Look at my first attempt this then a year ago L
pic 1
pic 2

the next
pic 1
pic 2

the 3rd try
pic 1

and 4th
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Thats definently Word! right there, i like your progression over time, and definently tured out very nice.

When i eventually redo my kicks and switch out a midrange, i'll be doing it that way myself. With the recessed front, and slip in gril.

BTW in your other tries is that the usher dome midrange, or another?
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Thats definently Word! right there, i like your progression over time, and definently tured out very nice.

When i eventually redo my kicks and switch out a midrange, i'll be doing it that way myself. With the recessed front, and slip in gril.

BTW in your other tries is that the usher dome midrange, or another?

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hey bdubs, did you know your write up is featured as a "ghetto kick install" on fiberglass forums? just thought you might be interested.

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How is it considered Ghetto?

I dunno about but as long as a item or thing comes out like you wanted and looking professional, then the route to the end-means shouldn't matter. I guess were all ghetto around here lol.
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Way to persevere! I doubt I would have had the motivation to make a third, let alone fourth or fifth try!

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hey bdubs, did you know your write up is featured as a "ghetto kick install" on fiberglass forums? just thought you might be interested.
I know...only thing I didnt do "right" is not use a router and fiber glass matt.

http://www.fiberglassforums.com/showthread.php?t=1439
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i like those kicks and the fiberglass forum can screw it self even though he did eventually appolagize. I have a 12M/4631G sitting right behind me waiting for a partner and new home in my truck , I def think you did a great job and I liked the pics of your first kick. It reminded me of my first kicks lol. Ever scene a 7" driver in a noob kick? Ill give you pics, but i warn you its terrible...

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I like how one of the guys ripping on you thought you should ditch the Scans for a "higher range speaker." And the same genius thought your tweeter was another mid. What an intelligent guy.

I think the kicks look great, and on something that small I don't see why just having resined fleece isn't strong enough. Sure it would be stronger if you had used some mat, but I doubt you'd notice the difference acoustically.

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I love the kicks the only part of the build that I question and think to be a little dangerous is the home made bomb.......or when you made the cardboard enclosure to bake your kicks with the heat gun.......those fumes are flamable and that heat gun is a good source of "flame".
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i stopped going there due to the fact most of them are either idiots or they have no idea what sq is... dont get me wrong some great info there but it seems like another caraudio.com type site

saw this and had to put it here:
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I love the kicks the only part of the build that I question and think to be a little dangerous is the home made bomb.......or when you made the cardboard enclosure to bake your kicks with the heat gun.......those fumes are flamable and that heat gun is a good source of "flame".

LOL...if you only stick the heat gun in there for a minute you'll be fine but maybe people are right now that I think of it some dumbass will put the gun in there and leave it for hrs...
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I like how one of the guys ripping on you thought you should ditch the Scans for a "higher range speaker." And the same genius thought your tweeter was another mid. What an intelligent guy.

I think the kicks look great, and on something that small I don't see why just having resined fleece isn't strong enough. Sure it would be stronger if you had used some mat, but I doubt you'd notice the difference acoustically.

that did give me a good laugh
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