Seriously man, its unreal lol. No matter how neat I tried to make it there was just too many thick wires in too small of a space, especially trying to connect them all to the battery in the corner.Holy cow that is ALOT of wiring, lol!
The seats are back in the car, the left side seat back goes back and latches. The right side does not. You can see that the amp on that side extends past the wood boards that I cut to size. There was no other way to orient the amps so I had no choice. One back seat works ok for me, but I may try to cut a notch in the back of the right side seat for the corner of the amp to fit into, so I can latch it.Well damn that is a lot of equipment stuff back there! I'm sure we'll find out when you post the final pics, but are you putting the backseat back up when you're finished? Covering the brace or wiring for the amps? Can tell a lot of work went in to this and I bet it'll sound insane.
Thanks alot!Congrat's with the motm Allen. :cheers: Looking good.
Great Build! I am thinking about the Xlume GT badge for the back and the pony for the front. Did you go with a Red color GT badge? How was the install?Installed my XLume GT badge
Installed vibration dampener into the whole trunk area (for upcoming sound system)
Installed my Redline hood struts...AFTER being almost done with all the aftermarket engine work lol.
Deleted the prop rod (+40hp)
Installed my rear speakers (but not hooked up yet, Hertz Millie Pro Coaxial)
Installed anti-theft hidden GPS tracker (not hooked up yet).
Vibration damper used was Sound Deadener Showdown CLD Tiles. The tiles have been tested and shown better performance over the traditional systems, pretty impressive.
Thank you, Yes I went with the red badge, matches the brake lights nicely. Really adds an awesome look to the car at night. Very unique. Install wasn't hard, just be careful removing the decklid. Also when you are drilling out the plastic welds for the OEM GT, one of them looks a little different, dont drill that one. Ask me how I know. :lol: It was actually slightly outside the area of the badge. The incorrect hole I drilled left a very small gap above the badge that I filled, so it's basically invisible, but I still know it's there lolGreat Build! I am thinking about the Xlume GT badge for the back and the pony for the front. Did you go with a Red color GT badge? How was the install?
Thanks! How much what?Likely already asked, but, how much?
Thank you! :cheers:Congrats on MOTM, quite an endeavor & audio as well.
Thanks alot! :ford:Congrats man! Awesome build. Well deserved.
Thanks! It's been fun installing everything myself and is definitely a proud accomplishment of mine. I'm actually an industrial equipment mechanic, and was an auto mechanic for a couple years prior to that. I went to school for automotive and have been working on cars since I was a kidOMG - this car is a beast. Most be fun to be able to do everything yourself and afford it hah. I would had never guessed this car had (10k?) worth of mods underneath it all driving next to it. How did you learn to do all the mechanics on this? Use any reference material? Experience?
You will need to make a dash cam video of how exhilarating it is to go from 0-100mph under 6 seconds.