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Jon Webb

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  1. Soooo. I somehow turned off my email notifications! Lol
  2. Prpntblr95. We are in the new shop but not 100% unpacked & organized yet. I'm going to post pics as soon as the shop is picture ready. I have some pics but I'd rather post up all the stages of the new place just one time. I think you guys are gonna like it!
  3. Great job on the system diagram! I need to improve my computer game. I'm jealous! Lol that's a bunch of stuff in that car!
  4. Hershy314, the big news is happening. So big I started a new thread for it. I'll do my best to post pics tomorrow.
  5. Thanks bro! Hopefully something big coming soon. Really big!
  6. Thanks guys. Lots of work. Especially tough when you're trying to come up with ideas & shift focus from one design to the other & not confuse the two. Lol
  7. My appologies for any pics that were posted more than oce. My Laptop has been freezing up & I've been fighting trying to post these for 3 hours now.
  8. Sorry I've been MIA for awhile. Now that I finally caught up with work I have time to post up some build pics that we have been working on. We took on three custom builds at once. The Shelby GT 500, This CR-Z, & a Lexus LS460 that I will post here in just a bit. Each one was a different level. The owner of this Honda CR-Z wanted a show quality install that sounded great. Useable space was anoither concern since he said he may occaissionally put his golf clubs in hatch so we made a cover for the hatch that covers everything & Keeps it safe. As always every connection was soldered for the best possible connection & All wiring was secured with Zip Ties every 3 inches throughout the vehicle & every 1 inch where it ties into the Aftermarket equipment or int the vehicle. Also, No screws were used to mount to the vehicle. The layout of this build actually allowed us to mount everything to Factory Fasteners instead of riveting Nutserts into the body. This vehicle could easily be returned to 100% factory & even Honda couldnt tell the difference. List Of Equipment Source: Factory Nav, Bluetooth, Aux in. Processor/Integration: Audioson Bit Ten D Front Stage: Hertz HSK165 (6.5 + Tweeter Active) Subwoofers: Hertz ES200.4 (Energy 8's) X2 Amplifier: Hertz HDP5 (5 channel) Sound Damping: Hushmat Battery: Odyssey Power Distrobution, Wire, Interconnects: Stinger
  9. Yes sir I'll be there. I have a few builds to update pics on here as soon as I get some free time
  10. Very soon Steve! I will say I have already used it for several things. But I'm holding out until I can sit down & write a thorough review.
  11. I've been counting the days for this to arrive! As soon as we get caught up at the shop I will write a review on the IM-SG & a very thorough how-to. I'm so excited. This is a "Can't live without" kind of tool! Once you use it you won't know how you worked without it!
  12. My apologies for being MIA lately. We've been really busy lately. The good news is I'll have a ton of build pics really soon!
  13. I have not personally done BTL's in a jeep. A buddy of mine does a tone of FI stuff. We maybe building a Challenger soon with an Ascendant Audio Havoc 15. We'll see!
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