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2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

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Gotcha. Thanks bro.

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Not sure how I missed your build log. Looking good and I am jealous of your signed mids and loving that sub box. I asked Aaron to sign my amps in blood but he has not do that yet...

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1 hour ago, nem said:

Not sure how I missed your build log. Looking good and I am jealous of your signed mids and loving that sub box. I asked Aaron to sign my amps in blood but he has not do that yet...

Thanks Neal, haha Aaron is slacking a little bit. Stay tuned, hoping to make more progress soon.

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I wrapped the interior panels up since it's taking me longer to put them back together. Need to go buy some sail panels, after cutting into mine. I decided against mounting my tweeters in that location. 

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So sexy

 

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Yes bro. Yes.

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OMG that subwoofer and enclosure!! PURE SEXINESS!!  :wub: 

 

Good to see I'm not the only one wearing black socks. haha

Did you get the SB tweets in yet?! 

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3 hours ago, j-roadtatts said:

OMG that subwoofer and enclosure!! PURE SEXINESS!!  :wub: 

 

Good to see I'm not the only one wearing black socks. haha

Did you get the SB tweets in yet?! 

Not in this vehicle but I had them installed in my 97 Acura RL, absolutely loved them.

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Nice job all around.  :)

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looks great. hows the bass?

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On 5/30/2018 at 9:26 AM, onebadmonte said:

looks great. hows the bass?

It is just a sitting duck for the moment, rushed to buy the subwoofer in fear of prices rising in the future due to the steel tax hoopla. Need some more equipment first, trying to do the whole install at once but we will see how long that last.

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Very Clean

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I been slowly making progress, see if I can upload some pictures. Been having trouble since the forum upgrade loading pictures.

 

The top speaker rings are for my 6.5" Evil mids being made by a friend. The bottom three pictures are my tweeter rings, had to be painted since the board I bought was white. They will be shipped to me soon and installed.

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Awesome update !!! Trim Rings look Great !!!

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Sweet!  Wish I had some updates on somethign I've done lately.  :doh:

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