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I just wanted to know your opinion on my install. I have a mess in the car a year ago. I finally cleaned stuff up and made it look presentable in my opinion. This is my first time working with wood and carpeting and etc. I didnt take any pics of the big 3 and stuff that that. Just the trunk work.

I guest you can Grade by looks, creativity and craftsmanship.























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My telepathy is off today so maybe a photo or 2 would help
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with the box that big i would think trunk wall would be better.
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with the box that big i would think trunk wall would be better.

u would think. but in my wifes 04 grand prix with a pretty big box its louder close to the back of the trunk. its louder on a hifonics 1700 on 2 12 premier spl 3000s then my buddys truck wall on a saz 3k with eminent 2k 12's
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I like your creativity with the rear deck.
You built a nice simple amp rack and box.
Your wiring is the only thing I see that needs some attention. A few well placed zip ties will solve that problem.
Overall, Good Job.
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I'm guess'n you play'd tetris as a kid! I gunna give ya a 9 for try'n and a 7 overall for final product.(I think I'm be'n generous) on a DYI scale from 1 to 10.
The wiring could be cleaner, the amp rack looks dated(circa 1999) and the box...dose it need the dog leg?
What the duck dose it matter what I or anyone thinks? It looks like a solid install and your have'n fun or you wouldn't have posted!
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I like your creativity with the rear deck.
You built a nice simple amp rack and box.
Your wiring is the only thing I see that needs some attention. A few well placed zip ties will solve that problem.
Overall, Good Job.
What this guy said. But if you want some drama, I can say it sucks.
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Think it looks good, barely see any deadener except in a few places, that was weird to me but if it works cool... Thumbs up here better than my sh1t lol
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-Would rather have not seen the before picture of the hacked apart rear deck.
-What holds your batteries and caps down? I see you have some brackets for them sliding around horizontally, but nothing I can see to fully secure them.
-Your wiring could use some work. It helps to plan that all out before hand to insure it is simple, efficient, safe and clean.

Honestly though for your first time at this kind of project, I respect your effort.
Not bad, all in all.
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I like your creativity with the rear deck.
You built a nice simple amp rack and box.
Your wiring is the only thing I see that needs some attention. A few well placed zip ties will solve that problem.
Overall, Good Job.
I didnt built the box. It was design by PWK design and made by a user on here. I did how ever made the rear deck the false floor and the amp racks. Yea i was thinking of doing more, but i need the slack to move the amps in and out of place.
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