Had the chance to install my door pack today. Great product to work with. I used the pack on my doors and being that I have big doors there wasn't enough product to completely cover the entire door inside and out. I used 4 sheets per door but would really like to use a pack a door (8 sheets)
Regardless the outcome was still great and most of the door was covered. I switched my amp over to full and turned the subs off to see if there was any difference. I played a few songs and noticed that sq had increased slightly but mid bass was noticeably better. For shits and giggles I switched my epic over to spl and I was able to grab a 118 on drop it low
(keep in mind the meter is 4db higher than a tl) I'm def happy with the product and might grab up another door pack to finish the doors and add a second layer.
Adhesion 10/10 (very sticky)
Stiffness 9/10(crinkled up in a few spots and was tough to mold in others)
Ease of use 9/10 (overall pretty easy to work with)
Aesthetics 8/10 (Although the black is sexy as hell it scuffs easy)
Performance 10/10 (so far so good)
Now on to some pics:
Already had a little bit of regular damplifier behind my mid
Passenger door (forgot to take beginning shots and then it started to get dark)
-Single cab F150-
HU: Kenwood KDC-X993
Processing: Clarion EQS746
Front stage: (2x) Shok CB 6.5
Comp amp: Crescendo 1000C4
Sub stage: (2) AQ HDC3 10s in 2.3 cuft @ 38hz
sub amp: (2) SAZ-2500s strapped @ 1
Electrical: Mike Singer 250a alt, D3100, (2) NSB90, 70+ft of shok To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 0 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.
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