A Quest for Better Sound

Electrical mods for the hi-end modder. Such as wiring harness hacks, swaps, etc...

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Calimus
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Re: A Quest for Better Sound

Post by Calimus » Sun Sep 06, 2009 5:06 pm

The windows are able to roll all the way down (well the max that they can anyway) but I didn't modify the wall panel at all to allow more sound out. Everything lined up really well and the sound is pretty much right on the money.
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Re: A Quest for Better Sound

Post by bbrown » Sun Sep 06, 2009 9:11 pm

Cool. I have some extra 6.5" speakers that I bought for my Ranger that will be making their way into the Cabby next summer.
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Re: A Quest for Better Sound

Post by sixsracing » Tue Sep 08, 2009 1:03 pm

I have seen Buster's work in person and and looks very nice in the real world. I'll be awaiting the call next summer when he picks up a nail and doesn't have/can't get to his spare. :roll:

SoCal, somebody wake up on the wrong side of the continent the other day? :shock:

P.S. Buster's not that much older than sixteen, I have seen him. :lol:
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