I just bought this beast so let me get some shit done and I promise you will like her. Pics up soon.So far I have the two-faced Sony Xplod 50x4 CD player. ... Show moreKenwood 600 amp pushin' two 10" JL W-3's. Not the best system, but any bump is better than none.Plans:Tint windows 15%Take all pin stripes offFlowmaster Duals18" Chrome 5 star rimsAnd more...Here are some nice lookin' Cutlass'Here is my other ryde. 1998 Ford Escort Sport Zx2website: http://www.cardomain.com/member_pages/view_page.pl?page_id=269484&cat=25&val=1 Show Less
Got a full boomin' system in the Lac. A Sony Explod Headunit. This headunit has a flip down face and a LED face. Here is a pic of the Unit up and down... Show more.
I installed a Kenwood 600 that pushes two Kicker Competition VR 12's. This thing bumps. I also installed a 500 watt max Monster Capasitor. The car seems to run a little stronger and the bass hits a little harder. I recommend using caps with any system.
Kenwood 600 screwed down and mounted
The 500 watt max Monster Capasitor along the Kenwood
The Kicker Comp VR 12's
They sound a lot better and push out more bass inside the car if they are faced away from the trunk lid.
When I was done installing and started bumping, there wasn't much bass that could enter the car. I made a small modification to the trunk of my Cadillac. When the Cadillac is made it is formed with a solid plate of 1/8inch thick metal stamped out and constructed behind the rear seat. This is a bad thing, because it restricts the air pressure inside the cab of the car and keeps it inside the trunk. So I took off the back seats and used a jigsaw to put a big ass hole in that solid metal behind the backrests. Now the sound pressure is taken from the trunk and put into the cab. There is also a middle armrest that folds down in the backseat so the air flow can directly intern the vehicle through this. I keep it folded down and the bass bumps right through the hole into the car.
View from the trunk (Here is the big ass hole. I love it, the air flow is so much better and so much bass now enters the inside of the car. The duct tape was applied because I didn't want to cut the back of the seats when they were re-applied nor did I want to cut myself, besides when everything was back on, you can't see the tape.)
View from inside the back of the caddy looking into the trunk through the big ass hole. The fabric liner was also cut.
Here is the view from the trunk when everything was put back in place. The best part is that it hardly looks modified, it mostly looks like stock
View from the backseat with the cover down
View from the backseat with the cover up (looks totally clean and like stock) Show Less