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Feb 28, 2006
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Updated on May 06, 2012
Page 1: Performance
Page 2: Stereo Mods List
Page 3: Cosmetic
Page 4: Random
Page 5: Me
Page 6: Miscellaneous Pics
Page 7: Various Meets
Currently Installed Stereo Mods
Here is my Pioneer DEH-P4300 Head Unit and my Pioneer DEQ-7600 Digital Signal Processor
System On (Day)
System On (Night)
Installation of my Rockford Fosgate Punch 700S 2-Channel Amplifier. I also have a Rockford Fosgate Punch 400.4 4-Channel Amplifier installed in the back of the passenger side rear seat.
Here you can see where I installed the bass gain control for my RF 700S Amplifier used to power my subs. It is difficult to see but it is located in the change tray just in front of the shifter.
Here is my homemade sub box from the rear. It holds 2 12� subs and fits in the small drop of space just forward of the trunk space, therefore, maximizing the amount of space I have available while still getting the thump.
Here are a couple of pics showing the design of the box, it's very simple but it works. The porting is part of the bottom of the box so that I could sink the subs into the openings to allow the box to be shorter. There are two individual chambers so that the subs are not competing. I designed the setup using SolidWorks and it took me 6 different designs to get the one that worked best for my space concerns.
Here are my 2 12� Rockford Fosgate Punch HE-2�s. And yes, this design does allow me to raise my back seats to the normal position; that was my whole basis in the design of the box.
Here are the back seats up
Power distribution block, hidden just like all the other components.
Here is the mounting location for my Rockford Fosgate CPCD-10 1 Farad Capacitor and my Pioneer GEX-P910XM Satellite Radio Receiver. As you can see from all the pictures above, I was very big on making my system as big as possible while making sure my car looked as stock as I could; I didn�t want it to be obvious that I had a decent stereo in the car.
Under the spoiler, on the right side, you can just barely see where I have my Pioneer AN-91XM XM Satellite Radio Antenna installed.
And just to make sure I gave the car a little attitude (stereo wise) I removed the factory Infinity labels that were on the doors and replaced them with Pioneer ones. Subtle, but it�s the point that counts.
This is a PAC SWI-X which interfaces with the factory steering wheel controls from Mitsubishi and allows me to control my aftermarket head unit via the remote control feature of the Pioneer DEH-P4300 (will work for many other aftermarket head units; if you like your steering wheel controls, I highly recommend this mod)
Here is where I mounted the controller for the PAC SWI-X:
And here is where I mounted the IR interface for the PAC SWI-X. This was actually the most difficult part of installing this part because it was a huge pain trying to get the small plastic piece that the IR LED mounted in through the hole I drilled into the paneling material.
If you take a look at this, you might be asking yourself why I have a popup headlight switch on a 2nd generation Stealth (projector lamps). Well, I did this install for a couple of reasons, first, I installed this switch because I wanted to control when my antenna would be up or down; I didn�t want it to be up if I was listening to CDs or XM radio, therefore, I knew I needed a switch to control it. I ran special wiring into the plug for the switch since the car didn�t already have it so that this switch would actually control the antenna. Second, on my first attempt to do this mod, I took apart the stock switch housing and installed a switch from Radio Shack behind the dead plug that used to be there before; this actually worked for a time but after a little while the switch would get stuck in one position or the other, therefore, I had to come up with a new method to get what I wanted, hence the 1st gen factory switch.
Upcoming Stereo Mods (or ones that are related to the stereo)
Aluminum undersized alternator pulley from Speedfreak Racing which will increase alternator output by about 20%.
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My first car obsession was a Stealth TT. I got my hands on a Black 95 TT way back in 2000 as my second car. Seeing one as cared for and loved as yours just makes me want to go get another one and build it the way I wish I could have back then! Nice car man, 5 stars for sure.
omfg dude ur car gives me a chub like no other mad clean.. 5 stars all fucken day! sotw material! check out my 240 lemme know what you think!!!
Very very nice. Please rate my VR-4.
hey, do you know where this meet is at in Emnuclaw on the 30th? i dont have an address or anything
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