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    electricjim

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  electricjim on Sun Jul 18, 2010 6:11 am

    tomorrow evening ok? should fit in mini no prob
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    Retro_1985

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  Retro_1985 on Sun Jul 18, 2010 6:14 am

    yeah thats cool with me, i finish work about 5pm, so would be in the area around 6pm ish Razz
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    electricjim

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  electricjim on Sun Jul 18, 2010 6:25 am

    ok im on facebook if you want to add me and il chat to you later on this afternoon.

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    Retro_1985

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  Retro_1985 on Sun Jul 18, 2010 6:27 am

    Added Twisted Evil
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    understeer into wood

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  understeer into wood on Sun Jul 18, 2010 1:50 pm

    Loving your stealth shelf, im now doing a speaker board build of my own. But its more of an "anti stealth/ look at my big speakers, shelf" lol.

    I have built two large pods to fit 6X9s in, they lift up out of the shelf and face the cab. Both speakers are angled slightly inward. I have also stretched accoustic fleace over the speaker board and pods to give a nice rounded look. tomorrow im going out to purchase an absolute heap load of fibreglass, resin and hardener. I'm then going to fibreglass the whole thing so its solid before wraping it all up in more accoustic matting to finish.
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    Retro_1985

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  Retro_1985 on Sat Jul 31, 2010 9:56 am

    Finally got round to start mine, heres what i ve got so far Razz

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    electricjim

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  electricjim on Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:53 pm

    Looking good, did you have to sand it much to fit?

    if your running 6x9s under the seat best run just the larger of the two speakers on the rear shelf, if you parallel them you might hurt the stereo and putting them in series will probably lessen the sound.

    Basically keep it one speaker per output of the radio Very Happy
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    Retro_1985

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    Re: Stealth shelf

    Post  Retro_1985 on Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:45 pm

    Didnt have to sand much off to get a snug fit Smile its all fitted and glued now and wired up as it was, next weekend im going to paint/varnish it and cover it if i can my hands on some fabric Smile ive decided to remove the sub, but will proberly keep the amp and power cap but move them in to the boot once i have the boot tidy kit Razz and then i got to re-wire the whole system till i get it right Smile

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