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Just about finished it all up today, got a few more things to touch up but for the most part it is done.

First off thanks to Matt at MCOR for giving me a hell of a deal and JL for coming through in the clutch and sending me a free t-shirt!

The goal of the install was to get much improved sound while keeping it stealthy. I choose to go with JL Audio C5-650 Components powered off a Sundown 100.2 still with the factory head unit. The mids were placed into the stock locations, with baffles made onto the 6x9 brackets and the tweets placed into the kicks. Just about all the wires were techflexed, heatshrunk, and labeled for cleaniness and ease of install. The amplifier and crossovers were placed inside the stock thing in the trunk.

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Still have a few things to put back together and need to still buy shorter RCA's and re-route them under the amp but that will be for my next day off!

Not even tuning or breaking in the speakers, they sound amazing. I have never done tweeters down there before and I couldn't be happier. The staging is right where I want it and the tweeters are nice and smooth. The mid-bass is extremely strong, way past my expectations and would tear my door apart if I got around to sound deadning the doors. I haven't had a lot of time to really pick apart the sound yet though.
 

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No, just an SE. Kinda hard for a 19 yearold to afford a SRT lol. Check the first build thread there is bunch of pics of it.
 
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