My Ford Escort is a 92. Not going to win any races but here's what is inside.
�HEAD UNIT: SONY MOBILE ES C90
�EQ'S: AUDIOCONTROL EQT'S
�CROSSOVER: AUDIOCONTROL 2XS
�COMPONENT AMP: ROCKFORD FOSGATE 240.4
�SUB AMP: ROCKFORD FOSGATE 200.2
�SUBS: 3 JL AUDIO 12WO'S
�COMPONENTS: JL AUDIO EVOLUTION XR 650CS
�I have done 90% of all install work myself. It is a continuous project that I'm always working on. Not happy with this, that. You know how it is.
�Sony ES C90 is installed in the factory DIN radio slot.
�Evolutions are installed in kick panels to achieve awesome sound.
�12 W0's (12 ohm) are in the hatch in a fiberglass/MDF box.
�Amps are also in the hatch in an amp rack.
�Equalizers and crossover are mounted on the roof of my car above the front seats.
Just a pic of me with my ride.
This is a picture of the old box. Looking into the hatch with the rear seat folded down. A friend and I made this box with 3/4" MDF and it is individually chambered.
This pic shows the C-90 with remotes and the right kickpanel.
Sony press shot of the C90 with its remotes. This deck has some serious sound quality.
This pic is of the right side kickpanel during construction. As you can see, area was masked off with tape and tinfoil. Then cut some cardboard up until we got the shape of the baffle right. Baffle was cut out and then glassed into place off of the factory kickpanel.
This pic is of the same right side kickpanel after the kick got more glass, some shaping from some bondo, and some carpet(I know it doesn't match exactly) Let's not forget the fun part, the JL Audio Evolution components. Also, the grills were painted grey to match instead of the normal black.
This picture is of the new box getting started. We all go a little crazy, right? Anyway, you can see that the spare tire was ejected from the car (what flat tire?) and the tire well received the foil and tape treatment. The sides you see are 3/4" MDF and extend the box up about 5 more inches.
This is me glassin away before work last summer. I pulled the box out to add more layers of glass for strength. It was about 100 freakin degrees out and here I was with my hands melting in those damn gloves. Better than the alternative burning hands though.
This pic is of the box with the baffle sitting on it to see what it would look like. Bracing was later added in the form of more MDF on the inside of the baffle.