Over the Christmas Holidays, I was able to actually spend some time working on my car... So I bought a bunch of MDF, screws, zero guage welding cable, an extra battery and I went to work.I wanted a install that sounded damn good... The old one sounded good, but way too much rattles, and it wasnt as loud as I thought it could be.I needed more power to start off with. I ran zero guage welding cable from the front to the back, and attached a second battery in the trunk. I now have 1200 cold cranking amps :-). This fixed all my dimming light problems, and I also dont have to worry about killing my battery playing my stereo.This is my amp rack. Quite simple, but quite easy to work on also! I need some snail fans on my large amp when it gets warmer out.This is the overall view, less the cover panels. I still have to cut a panel on the floor, so I can get at my spare tire. I still have all the functionality I used to!Here it is all buttoned up. It needs carpet still, but thats a minor issue. I will get some more pics up once I have the $$$ to get some carpet! The subs sit in a ported box I made for them and is sealed up against the back of the seats. The ports run straight up where the stock 6x9's came through and it sounds SUPERB. Absolutely NO rattles anywhere outside the car. I am very pleased.Here is my air intake. (excuse the dirty engine) I built this out of aluminum flex tubing and a cheap cone filter. It makes a BIG difference over my stock airbox. The sound I got from the intake was pretty cool too... Sounds deep and growly when you step on it!. The engine accelerates with less effort it seems, and my gas milage went up aswell!This is a CLEAN picture of my new intake. Looks much better.