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I like the fact that Steve's son is putting in the work himself, instead of having Daddy do it for him. It'll mean so much more to him that way. Tuned in for this for sure.

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2007 Mazda 3; 5000K HID's, Kenwood Excelon KDC-X997, Infinity Reference 6.5 comps in front and coaxials in the rear doors, JL 320.4 four channel, Rab Designs built ported enclosure with an SA12, Kenwood monoblock, Redline Leater shift boot/e-brake boot/center console cover, JBR short shifter/shifter bushings/rear motor mount.

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1996 Mazda Miata: Kenwood Excelon HU, Alpine speaker in the doors, Clearwater (miata specific) headrest speakers. 

 

1994 Mazda Protege: Kenwood Excelon HU, Infinity Reference 2 ways all around, 2x RF Punch 10's in ported boxes. 

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Nice and clean Steve. There is no greater feeling than building something yourself. I'm sure after this your son is going to want to build everything. And as far as the hat box not being stout that's a load of crap the P3s will be totally fine and you also used 1 inch mdf.

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6 Crossfire xs v2 15s
3 Crossfire 8ks
4 Crossfire 6.5 Loudspeakers

2 Crossfire ST-1 Super Tweets

1 Pair of Rockford Fosgate T2 5.25 Components

1 Crossfire C5 800.2

1 Crossfire 400.2's
7 XS Power xp3000s

​6 C&D Batteries
3 Singer Alts
6 Runs of 1/0 OFC (Sky High and Welding Wire)
SMD VM-1
SMD OM-1
Pioneer AVH-p4800BS

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Flat Wall BL - http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/198087-2007-42l-chevy-trailblazer-flat-wall-rebuild-build-log-4-crossfire-xsv2-15s-2-crossfire-8ks-xs-power-batts-singer-alts/

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MECA - 159.2 @ 37hz
USACI - 161.2 @ 47hz
IASCA - 157.9 @ 47hz

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Nice and clean Steve. There is no greater feeling than building something yourself. I'm sure after this your son is going to want to build everything. And as far as the hat box not being stout that's a load of crap the P3s will be totally fine and you also used 1 inch mdf.

I always giggle when someone tries to critique Steve's work. Not saying you can't always learn something new (sure even Steve would admit that) but the average keyboard warrior on FB doesn't know enough car audio to lace up Steve's shoes.

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2015 Toyota Tacoma Build Thread

2007 Mazda 3; 5000K HID's, Kenwood Excelon KDC-X997, Infinity Reference 6.5 comps in front and coaxials in the rear doors, JL 320.4 four channel, Rab Designs built ported enclosure with an SA12, Kenwood monoblock, Redline Leater shift boot/e-brake boot/center console cover, JBR short shifter/shifter bushings/rear motor mount.

Build Thread

 

1996 Mazda Miata: Kenwood Excelon HU, Alpine speaker in the doors, Clearwater (miata specific) headrest speakers. 

 

1994 Mazda Protege: Kenwood Excelon HU, Infinity Reference 2 ways all around, 2x RF Punch 10's in ported boxes. 

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here is a few more pics of todays work. We started the trim panels and speaker grill framing today.

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for those that don't know what i am doing here. The frame, inside the frame will have black speaker grill material stretched over it and it will pop in and out. It will let all the bass out and look nice and clean. The box itself will have gloss black with a Rockford Fosgate logo on top in grey (matching the interior). Also the frame's frame will be gloss black and i am thinking a grey stripe to break it up, similar to what i did on the RZR dash.

Just watch, you will see :)

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Just got me one of them flexible rulers too. It will sure come in handy for those contours. Looking good Steve

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