Metal Messiah's 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe LX
These are some custom Hyundai logo decals for my headrests.
These are pictures of the wood panel... Show moreing and chrome kit on all the doors.
The pictures below are of my dash area and cockpit, and the headrest monitors for the rear passengers
The pictures above are of other places I have wood paneling in my car. The picture on the left is the rear ash tray and cup holder. The one on the right is the top console, where I have my sunglasses holder, calendar, map lights, and controls for my sunroof.
The picture on the left is the wood paneling on the glove box. You can also see a close up of my Dashmat, customized by me. It took me a few days to put all the pyramid studs around the border of the Dashmat, but it's just a small price to pay for the MAXIMUM Metal visual treat. It looks a lot better in person, then in the picture. The picture on the right is the wood paneling on the interior lights in the rear passenger area.
These are some Redline pedal covers that light up, as can be seen in the second picture. They light up a lot more red then they appear in the picture.
This is a close up of my chrome speedometer rings. It really makes the instrument cluster stand out. The picture on the right is my alarm scanner.
The picture above is a close up of the chrome heater vents.
Next is my Kenwood DDX6019 head unit. It plays CD's, DVD's, MP3's, WMA, MPEG, and JPG CD's and DVD's. It also comes with a DTS and Dolby Digital decoder built in. There is no shortage of entertainment with this great head unit. I plan on getting the Navigation system and Bluetooth adapter for it some time in the future, but a tight budget dictates that I am content with what I have for now. I have also wired my 60 GB Creative Zen to my stereo, so I always have all my tunes with me. The sound quality is pristine.
The pictures below are of my in dash navigation system. The first one is the day picture, the second is the night picture.
Next are my Polk Audio DB212-2 subs. They are 2 "12 Polk Audio subs in a custom enclosure, also by Polk Audio. They are wired in Parallel into a 2 ohms load. They put out 750 watts RMS and 1000 watts peak. These things hit harder and cleaner then anything I've ever heard. I also have a 1 Farad power capacitor wired to the amp to help keep all the electronics in my car from dimming every time the bass hits.
The subs are being powered by a Kenwood KAC-8152D. It's a class D amp that puts out 550 watts RMS into a 2 ohm load, and 1100 watts max. This is more then enough power for the subs and more then enough for me. Anything more then that would be ridiculous. It also comes with a wired remote that lets you boost the bass up to 18 decibels. Thank God I have leather seats, as my bowels practically empty every time the bass hits, so clean up is a snap. ; )
Go to page 3 to see Video and Night Pictures.
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