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My insane stereo setup

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I gotta be Meeeeeee!
  1. Snug, but it fits exactly into place.
  2. The white connectors along the bottom are the speaker outputs. They'll plug in like sparkplug wires.
  3. The control button in situ.
  4. Gotta have drag pipes. i'm a fan of Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch. I'll wait while you kids look that up. (scrugg-scrugg.)
  5. Final wiring completed, with control relay.
  6. A: One Farad stiffening Capacitor. 
B: 6 Gauge power leads, made from new jumper cables. 
C: Remote-turn-on circuit. 
D:Neg 12Volt Leads. 
  7. It's gotten so massive, I've taken to carting it on a wheeled stand.
  8. The crossover network moves to an artsy angled mount, above the capacitor, which finally found a home.
  9. A COMP10 from KICKER. 
It's worth noting this: The PRO10 has a 9-5/8" mount circle, and the COMP10 is 9-3/4". 
Kicker hates people who won't make a...
  10. Console form solidifying...
  11. Making, test-fitting the console tubes.
  12. These fans will draw the HVAC up to the hip area of the seats.
  13. 80% completed console, made of 3" ABS pipe.
  14. Starting on the wiring, and on top is a giant master control button. That will go on the front of the console, by my knee.
  15. CAD design overview. six amps, 20 channels, 3800+ watts.
  16. Signal path guide.
  17. gonna have a V8. A really BIG one. This dwarfs a MarkIV big-block.
  18. Box assembly.
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