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Old 05-07-2010, 12:03 AM
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been awhile since i've posted some work on here.
doin this build for a friend who wanted a double din and some bump added in.
he failed by wanting a double din in the first place knowing his dash don't accept it, so now we gotta find a newer model bezel so it will fit properly.
anyway on to gear and pics...


Gear:
Stock Bose Speakers
Pioneer Avic-D3
Pioneer 10s in 2.5ish enclousre @35hz
Crossfire Tek 50.2


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running all new speaker wires bypassing the stock bose amp:






gettin amp hooked up:







10s in:





and the ugly, not done, dash:






that's all i got so far, he may get the dash to look good over the weekend while im gone, but i told him to go ahead and order a new bezel so it can look clean.

stay tuned for finished pics...
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Old 05-07-2010, 12:05 AM
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Old 05-07-2010, 12:08 AM
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i like the truck
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system sounds really good btw.
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thats a bad install my friend. why not pull seat from out and run everything under carpet?
cause he didn't want it done that way?
maybe he wants this stuff easily removable?

there is factors you should think about before speaking....
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as a former installer it is a 30 minute difference in install. looks cleaner, less troublesome, and still easily removeable. getting it in is a lil bit more work, but if he ever needs to sell vehicle he can still just uncrew amp mount and pull wires from beneath carpet without removing seat or seat frame.

i do know what i am talking about because i have installed on similar vehicle and body style hundreds of times.
Dude everyone here can pretty much vouch for Ridn's work. What you you shown us that you've done. He does what the customer wants for the most part.
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y is that a bad install? cause there are wires showing? on top of that he also states
"stay tuned for finished pics".
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as a former installer it is a 30 minute difference in install. looks cleaner, less troublesome, and still easily removeable. getting it in is a lil bit more work, but if he ever needs to sell vehicle he can still just uncrew amp mount and pull wires from beneath carpet without removing seat or seat frame.

i do know what i am talking about because i have installed on similar vehicle and body style hundreds of times.
congrats, i know exactly what you mean.
but like i said, it's not my car, if the customer is paying, he should get what he wants, right?

if it were my car, i would have went a totally different route with this...
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why would i walk away from money lol.
i turned $80 into $300 within a few seconds.

you think im new to this or somethin lol?


i'll gladly take tips, but not from someone who acts like they are the king on GM installs....
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not to mention you also did not any familiarity with this vehicle when installing deck the first time, you can catch amp turn on in console. takes all of 2-3 mins to take out tray in console and its an easy solder/tape or solder/shrink connection.

or at factory amp in rear iirc
lets see some of your installs if your so good
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