The Truck is still Under Construction. I just installed the Smooth TailGate, and Color Matched Bumper.I am also trying to find the right Rims and Tires and will drop her 2-3 inch front and rear using Bell-Tech Spindles. The Interior will soon include Some Blue Neon around the Amps to Accent the Black and Chrome Equipment.
Roll Pan came in but to my dismay, it was the wrong one. I just can't seem to find a 04 Pan, Damnit!
Here are the DEPOT Brand Euro-Style Tail Lights. The Bumper and TailGate are still at the Paint Shop. I gave up looking for a Roll-Pan !
Just got the bumper back from the Paint Shop. Looks real nice now and not such an eye sore as the Stock-Silver color was.
Time for the Stereo Build-up. Some equipment installed will allow for Front to Rear Fade of Mids/Highs and a seperate control for Subs.
Clean looks are vital, here I am Tearing into the Factory Panels to Recess mount the Amps and hide ALL Wiring.
The Amp Hard Mounts to Pre-Installed Studs for ease in future removal/replacement.
The Mids/Highs Amp installed with the Epicenter (which will be hidden behind filler panels).
The Sub Amp Installed with filler panels.
Sub Amp Installation completed.
Here is the Aiwa HeadUnit and Clarion Parametric Equalizer which allows for the Fade and Sub Controls.
I installed 2-Way Audiobahn 6.5's in the Doors and added Audiobahn Tweeters in the Factory Mounts located on the windshield Pillars.
The Sub Box is made out of 3/4" MDF Board. Sealed inside and out. And includes seperate chambers for the Audiobahn 6.5" 2-Way Speakers.
Shot of the seperate enclosures for the Rear Channel Mids/Highs.
I used 2 Audiobahn 12's for the Subs. I like the smooth sound they make and they are extremely clean hitting in a completely (Non-Ported) Sealed box. Even though Audiobahn doesn't recommend this type of enclosure, Trust me, when you're sitting right on-top of subs, you don't want to hear them Flapping in a Ported Box.
I ran a Black Carpet Wall behind the box to further blend the Black and Chrome look into the rest of the Tan Interior.
The finished product. Unfortunately, i can not really get a "Good" shot of the Filler panels around the Amps and Sub-Box, but it is very Clean and no wires show and the box is "Tied In" tight.
My Toys Nose to Nose.
2005 Kawasaki Vulcan EL 500 LTD.
Pic displaying the Mods made. Head Light and Turn Signal Visors, a small Windshield, Chrome Horn Cover, Sissy Back, and Chrome Luggage Rack. All Accessories are original Kawasaki Vulcan Parts keeping with the integrity of the bike.