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Old 04-16-2014, 04:18 PM
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Default Honda civic build with sundown zv4's and 7000 watts

Started on my new project. I previously did a quick system for the competition with two 12" ct stratos and a sonido mask zx-2000 amp. Did a 147.3 at 44hz with only about 5 minutes of testing. So I pulled everything out and now I'm starting my new one which includes two 12" sundown zv4's and two sundown saz-3500v2 amps. Painted the port black and used bondo for the box. I should of never used bondo though. It's way too much work to sand down. It's also my first time using bondo too. I'm going to paint the box the same color as the dust caps.








Amps are not mounted yet, just trying to find a way to fit 3 amps.
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neon lights: Christmas lights duct taped to frame

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Old 04-16-2014, 06:26 PM
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Where did you get that port? looks bad ass!
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thought you where done with sundown
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Where did you get that port? looks bad ass!
I got it from psychoacoustics on this forum. Would definitely recommend him.

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thought you where done with sundown
Well, everything got fixed. lol
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Old 04-16-2014, 09:21 PM
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Shoulda kept your old system lol.
Looks good
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those poor stratos look like babies next to that z4. You should just keep your amps in front of your port, would keep them nice and cool. Plus, it'd good for DBs.
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Lol, True that. But at least I think Ill get a bit more power with two 3500's.

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those poor stratos look like babies next to that z4. You should just keep your amps in front of your port, would keep them nice and cool. Plus, it'd good for DBs.
Lol yeah, and I cant. I have to have all my equipment in the trunk. Also, its not good to have blockage in front of the port.
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Haha I know, I tried to be sarcastic on that last note. But seriously it's a good start. I wanna see what it looks like after you put on that pretty blue.

For your amps, I would say try to slide one on the box, and one on each wall. But I'm not sure it'd be practical for you to access wires AND gains/tuning. Not to mention you already have a cluster in there, which happens in trunk builds. I like where you're headed. Let's see some windshield flex.
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Aw man. Back to sundown. But its all good. Cant wait to see this.

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what'd you use to paint the dust caps?

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