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Ive installed the 6x9's in the rear deck tonight....took me about 4 hours. Cause of the weird shaped speakers in the back so i had to make an adapter plate out of aluminium. The tension rods for the trunk lid now rub on the Infinitys this can be fixed with a thicker adapter plate but im not sure how thick is too thik and will make the rear deck lid interfere with the speakers performance. A 6x9 with a smaller magnet will have no problems though.

I'm also picking up my enclosure tommorow with a pair of Infinity Perfect 10.1 DVQ subs optimized for a 0.75 cubic foot enclosure. Will post pix of it then :D

The bracket looks a bit rough i know but its sturdy and out of sight. My little brother also torched my angle grinder :pissed: so i had to resort to 400grit sand paper to try and get the edges rounded which you can see they arent


3/16th's aluminium bracket that i cut out with a jig saw....took me about 30mins a pop because i couldnt keep the aluminium sheet still


Dynamated the body side of the bracket to avoid metal to metal scraps and noise of course.


Infinity bolted to the bracket


Infinity 692.5 mounted 8)


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nope the spare is still in there.....not really super accesible but the false floor can come later....for now i just wanted the amps to not fly about with my "spirited" driving.
 

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here are the subs in their new found home :D they look awesome and pound really hard when called upon. The best part is that the enclosure isnt bolted to the frame yet it has yet to budge with my spirited driving :eek: :D


The enclosure is upside down but you can see it conforms perfectly to the angle of the trunks rear wall.


Here is the master carpenter who did the enclosure...gave him 20mins with some tools, paper and a pencil along with an idea of what i wanted and he had the plans drawn up.....3days later bam (busy guy apparently ;))




The pot has nothing to do with the speakers air space requirments, both subs are housed in seperate 0.75 cubic foot areas.
 
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