AudioNew InstallAmp Rack. Just a piece of 8mm MDF screwed to the back of the seats.Subbox, Trim and Door Pods being painted. 1 coat primer, 3 coats purple and 2 coats clear.Door pods up close. 8mm MDF.Final product with Cap screwed into the box.Pic of the interior with door pods and CDX P1270 stacker installed where the glove box should be.Old InstallThe first step was to remove all the seats, centre console, carpet, and anything else with screws in it to make way for laying the wires for the amp and speakers.You can see some of the wires in these pics. Red is the power wire. Purple it the RCAs. Gold is the speaker wire. Blue is the accessories.The subbox is made with 18mm MDF and completely sealed with ��Salleys No More Gaps��. It is just a basic rectangular box shape with 8mm MDF cutouts as trimming, pretty shoddy and cheap (I was very short on time). I plan to make a new box in a month or so. The Subs are 12inch Kenwood dB rated at 1000watts.The headunit is a Pioneer MEH-P5000RII Minidisc unit. I love the flexability of Minidisc, being able to delete and move tracks at will makes it real easy to keep track of music and not have to have your whole CD collection in the glovebox.The front speakers are Pioneer components rated at 180watts. They wouldn��t fit in the standard speaker mounts so I had to quickly make an insert (due to time) to make the speakers pertrude. It is simply some leftover 8mm MDF from the subbox cutout and screwed into the door. The tweeters are mounted on the top of the door.The rear speakers are Pioneer 6inch rated at 150watts. They were much easier to install, they fitted right into the standard mounts (with a little help from the angle grinder)At the moment I only have 1 amp powering the whole system. The amp is an Alpine 5 channel. The front and rear speakers are being powered by the first 4 channels and both subs are running off the 5th channel, the subs are way underpowered but they still pound.