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Re: Whats in your Car.
« Reply #30 on: 22:33, Thu 16 December 2010 »
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150 + bd system :o  :shock:
Need details of this system now! You've definitely spent ten times as much sound deadening it as you have on ice if it's that loud with the 5's mega thin panels!

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Re: Whats in your Car.
« Reply #31 on: 18:26, Wed 22 December 2010 »
Not in my R5 GT Turbo had to buy a van to fit it all in. :lol:

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Re: Whats in your Car.
« Reply #32 on: 23:50, Tue 28 December 2010 »
I really want to see your van Mike. And some of the other gems you have tucked away  :D
You should put a big system in the Extra too  8)

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« Reply #33 on: 14:26, Tue 25 January 2011 »
I thought about putting my old 4 x 15" kickers in the back of the Extra van, but I need it as my work hose.  Will bring the base van to the Surrey meet in the summer, blow the cobb webbs out :wink:

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Re: Whats in your Car.
« Reply #34 on: 11:35, Fri 28 January 2011 »
this is what i had in my 5 before i took it all apart, and when i finaly get the car done there will be a few extras added too  :D  :D

in dash dvd/cd with motorised screen
kenwood componants in the front doors
kicker 8" subs in the rear quarters
kenwood 6x9s on the shelf
15" vibe 1500 watt sub in the middle of the boot with 2 x 10" vibe 1200 watt subs each side of the 12" sub,1 vibe mono block amp and 1 vibe black box 3 amp with a powercap

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Re: Whats in your Car.
« Reply #35 on: 10:50, Thu 01 September 2011 »
I'm lucky with the Renausine, I got lots of room for toys in the back.

In the front I've got an Alpine something or other head unit, front doors I've got 2 x 6" Alpines, 2 Alpine 6x9" under the middle seats powered by a 400watt bose amp, 2 old school vibe 6x9"s in the shelf powered by another 400watt bose amp, and twin 1500watt 12" vibes in the boot powered by twin fli 1000watt amps.

Also got the 22" flat screen/dvd player on the wall in the back, that will eventually have my xbox hooked up to it lol.

I'll put some pics up when I get chance
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« Reply #36 on: 13:32, Wed 07 September 2011 »
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I got sony MD head unit
10 disc changer
135 wtt pioneer 5" door speakers
180  wttt amp to power
1000 wtt 12" JBL sub
an 400 wtt JL audio amp

got my eye on a RF 1000 wtt amp an might stick ma 15" RF sub in too

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hi mate just to let you know iv got loadsa rocky stuff if ur iterested??
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« Reply #37 on: 13:43, Wed 07 September 2011 »
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Sony Head unit
2x sony 200x component door speakers
2x sony 450w 6"x9"s
1x 10" 750w Edge sub and amp

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tbh if youve got more than a 200w sub in any old car its gunna start to rattle the tits off the panels etc. its not a good look when your driving down the road with your stereo loud and number plate makin more of a racket then your speakers
tbh if youve got more than a 200w sub in any old car its gunna start to rattle the tits off the panels etc. its not a good look when your driving down the road with your stereo loud and number plate makin more of a racket then your speakers :lol:

Completely agree thats why ive moved my number plate
i dont get all you guys goin on about number plate rattles?? why dont you just lose the naff numberplate bolts and use 3m double sided foam to attach it to its location, on the R5 its perfect as the boot lid is so flat. thats what we use in the trade and once cleaned and applied well, it sticks like s#@t to a blanket!
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