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Mark LaFountain

2015 F150 Platinum Build (Amps, Subs, Tweeters Upgrade) SSA Style.

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Nice work on the trim rings.

cnc / shop bot  cut or hand cut ???

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Sweet..going be nice build.one day ill have all ssa gear in one of my trucks..

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13 hours ago, Mark LaFountain said:

Just me and and my router. 

Gotcha

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Whats the subwoofer enclosure layout going to be? How many F8L's? Love the interior color of the truck, refreshing to see one that isn't just all black with aluminum trim.

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1 hour ago, S.DeYoung said:

Whats the subwoofer enclosure layout going to be? How many F8L's? Love the interior color of the truck, refreshing to see one that isn't just all black with aluminum trim.

I am still unsure.  Going to wait till it's all worked, shim kit installed, then take measurements and see what we are working with. 

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Damn I wish I had time to take my truck apart like this. 

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Amp rack is going in to house the SSA goodness. Oh yah, and a Flowmaster cat back :)  left Amp had to be mounted higher as there is a seat bracket right there. It's very tight back there. We used the factory Amp bracket to mount to. 

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Looks absolutely awesome!!  

Are you going to use the amp’s built in crossovers, the HU, or another piece of equipment like a DSP for signal processing??

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18 minutes ago, altoncustomtech said:

Looks absolutely awesome!!  

Are you going to use the amp’s built in crossovers, the HU, or another piece of equipment like a DSP for signal processing??

Going to use the amps crossovers, and see how that sounds, add a processor if needed later down the road.

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Looks great. Enjoying the amount of pics and updates. 

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