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Old 07-23-2010, 11:58 AM
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Here is the start... I have an 04 Chevy Trailblazer that I've been working on for a little while now and I'm getting close to getting it done...

I'd like to say thanks to everyone that has helped, and continues to help on this project, including Murilo, Rusty, Toolmaker, Jose Diax, Carl, and Adam Stemen who is working tirelessly building and tuning the enclosure for this monster.

Now for the goodies...

(4) DC Soundlabs Level 5 18" Subwoofers
(2) Soundigital SD16KD mono amps



(20) XS Power 16V batteries
(2) DC Power 270sp HO Alts
( 8 ) Beyma Pro 65 ND Mids
(4) Beyma AST-22 Highs
(2) Beyma SD-35 Highs

150' of 8 AWG 99.999% Pure OFC Speaker Wire
500' of 12 AWG 99.999% Pure OFC Speaker Wire
300' of 1/0 AWG Tsunami Competition Power Wire (Tinned OFC)

I started by tearing out the whole rear of the TB including carpet... Here is what I started with. 72' of 1.5" X 1.5" X .250" Box tubing... Total of over 200' used...




I had to extend the BCM wires and relocate it...


Gotta cut it, not skeered...

























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Cage is all finished...








Dont worry about all the weight, she's on air...




Had to put a couple HO Alts on her for some juice. I was the first person in the world to put dual alternators on a I6 Trailblazer/Envoy.



Had to get some copper stuff made (Special Thanks to TOOLMAKER)














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i got a 2005 tb and that looks like alot of work,lol.
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can't wait to see the end results...keep posting pics.
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another face blowing build...nice!!
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Pics of the subs!
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We have been testing and tuning the enclosure...


Right now as it sits, The numbers it has put up have been the loudest anyone has ever gotten out of a trailblazer... Will post more when I know more...
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Might be some loading issues with it. Nice design none the less. Hope to see some good numbers with that much power.
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how much dynamat did you use? that looks like a shit load of it,lol...must've cost a pretty penny! **edit** oh wow...just noticed after looking over the pics again...you took off the roof racks! did u fill the holes in? or just left them open? they're really not holes,because they don't go through to the passenger area....but i'm interested what u did...coz i'm thinking of removing mine.

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