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2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

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Back doors received the same treatment as the front doors.

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The mechanics in the door are super impressive!  Someone is a design genius for Korea Motors!

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23 hours ago, Tirefryr said:

The mechanics in the door are super impressive!  Someone is a design genius for Korea Motors!

Yes sir I love how easy it is to work these doors; I thought it looked cool myself the first time that I uninstalled them.

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Slowly getting things permanently mounted to the vehicle; after tightening up horns under the dash the battery box in the trunk was next. Brackets were installed on the box; I have some heavy duty self tapping screws to mount the brackets to the trunk floor.

 

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Battery box install is complete; I knew these self tapping bolts would come in handy one day. 

 

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For some added mpg's and that Hellcat whine haha.

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Slowly still working on wiring the trunk up while I have room. 3 Positive runs from fuse block to battery positive are done and ziptied together.

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4 gauge wire coming from front stage amplifier is now connected to fuse block instead of positive battery terminal. 1/0 wire for sub amp has been removed since it was too long, adequate size wire was purchased and will be here Thursday. 

 

Wiring management is getting better and it's starting to look much cleaner.

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Shorter 1/0 Knukonceptz power and ground wire was delivered today for the sub amplifier and it is already installed. Looks way cleaner so far. Will button up the fuse block later

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Trunk wirng job is finally complete, now I need to vacuum out the trunk.

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New mids have been delivered, I don't know how I will install these or when but it's great to finally level up to some 8"s. 

 

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Build log is officially done, car has been deemed a total loss after a truck with a trailer swerved right in my lane. Sucks but I guess on to another car with another build, since it's so quiet here I may not even post on the forum. But who knows, everything is out of my Sonata besides the NorthStar under hood battery, Pioneer double din and main power wire run. I will get those out tomorrow.

 

The crazy part about all this is, I just got back from being in Cali for a week, accident happened in less than two hours after getting off my plane. 

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That’s brutal Jay. 
 

Thanks for always posting up. I always enjoy seeing what you are up to. 

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Damn!  That sucks!  Keep around!

 

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4 hours ago, j-roadtatts said:

That’s brutal Jay. 
 

Thanks for always posting up. I always enjoy seeing what you are up to. 

 

2 hours ago, Tirefryr said:

Damn!  That sucks!  Keep around!

 

Thanks fellas. If I did do another build log it would be pretty fast as I already have all the equipment so I may still post one here as well.

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