car is sold but these are some of the pics whenever the car was freshly painted
This is my 86 Grand Prix. It has a 305 with a new 600cfm holley carb to... Show morepped with a Edelbrock proflow air filter under the 5 inch cowl scoop. (This is my car when i first bought it) I also have rear coil springs from a Caprice station wagon which lifted the car up a good bit as you can see in the pic. Show Less
I also have a Panasonic CD-player that I think is pretty decent.
My speakers are 12" MTX's in a custom box with a 2-channel 760watt sony Xplode amp... Show more. I also have some red underbody neons but Im debating putting them on.
***New Pics Of System***
inverted one of my subs I personally think it looks better, cut the carpet for the distribution block and mounted the 6x9 enclosures just waiting on the 6x9's
Also installed my front 3.5" blaupunkts speakers which sounds 100 times better than my factory 3.5" speakers
~~Update as of 4-16-2006~~
just bought some 6.5" Infinity 350 watt max speakers off of my buddy for $10 very cheap and well worth it. I have a 450 watt bridgeable amp for them. I will eventually be mounting the 6.5" speakers in my rear interior panel with fiberglass.
I also did my trunk lid with 4 square feet of dynamat which made a big difference in sound quality. ~~no more rattles~~ Show Less
HOW TO PAGE...
Custom Fiberglass 6x9 Enclosure
-First cut out a piece of 1/2" plywood to the shape you want your base to look like.
(I chose to make the... Show more enclosure go around my third brake light)
-Then cut out a 6x9 inch ring (6x9 on the inner and 7x10 on the outer) then get a 1/2 dowel rod and mount them to the base The height of the rods depicts the angle of the speaker. glue the ring to the rods so it looks somewhat like this.
-while waiting for the glue to dry cut the piece of fleece to the shape of the eclosure. now you will stretch the fleece over the enclosure and staple it to the base to look like this.
Now for this part I used a fiberglass jelly to harden the fabric you can also use the liquid form. I mixed the hardener to the resin applied it staight to the fabric try your hardest to smooth rough edges,let dry and repeat the process. after the fiberglass dries. mix up a body filler and use it to smooth the enclosure. make sure it is sanded very well for best results.
now spray with primer, paint and wetsand then clear coat.(I chose Black to match the color of my car)
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