08 toyota yaris 5speed LB

Work in progress? Car partially underway? If you want a spot to dedicate to the work this is where you'll want to go.
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Postby nismo » Wed Jun 25, 2008 4:20 pm

X-OvrDistortion wrote:you cut me deep that time....you cut me real deep.................


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Postby 95Honda » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:47 am

Glad to see you are using the right kind of power cable!
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Postby nismo » Thu Jun 26, 2008 10:38 am

I had a bunch of that 2/0 welding wire but I ran out :(

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Postby Nigel » Thu Jun 26, 2008 12:30 pm

nice looking job so far, keep it up along with the pics.

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'03 S-dime ext. Cab.
Dropped 3" all around
Shadow billet grill
De-Trimmed/De-Badged
18" Beyern Type Five's in Hyper Silver
Nexen N3000 245/45ZR18 rubber
Eurolite clear tails
clear corners
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Alpine CDA-7998 source unit
Clarion SRS 1686 6.5" comp set up front
OZ Audio ME 12.4 in a 2 cube ported box at 34 Hz
JBL GTO 601.1 II Sub amp
JBL GTO 75.2 II comp. amp
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Postby Member02 » Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:41 am

hmmm for some reason this thread makes me wanna add a thrid wheel to my motorcycle, incase it in a fiberglass cocoon and then add a stereo, likely resulting in an end result near 43mpg...

sometimes I just wish I could have a cup holder and listen to music while riding my motorcycle...


I second the motion to remove the rear seats in favor of showing off x-over/eq since few people use them anymore., of course the amp should be shown too.

that is a clean sintall
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Postby TalNLnky » Fri Aug 22, 2008 11:20 pm

Looking like I won't have the help doing this install that I initially thought I would because my buddy works weekends, and I have weekends off.... and he lives 5hrs north of me.

SO...., might not get around to installing the Denon & 3-ways and glass work, and amp rack until spring/summer 09. New teaching job.... lots of work the first year. With this realization I decided to spend an afternoon and throw in something to get me through the coming months until I can complete the install.

So... here's the stats:

Deck: Stock
Fronts: Stock
Rears: disconected

Subs: Dual Tangband 740c 8" subs
Box: Ported 1.2cuft @ 28hz
Amp: Us Acoustics 2080. 80wx2@4ohm.
Subs are SVC4ohm wired series for an 8ohm load bridged on the amp... Thus giving a grand total of 80rms total/ 40rms per sub.



Sounds a lot better now. i've always loved these tangband subs, glad I didn't sell them before the move.

I only have one problem... I tried to tap into what I thought was the power antenna wire on the wiring harness... and use that as a remote turn on lead.... didn't work... anybody know what wire I can tap into so I don't have to use a toggle switch to turn my amp on?. Car is a Toyota 08 yaris hatch
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