Keith R's 1999 Mitsubishi 3000gt
Robert Ferency-Viars is the managing editor for the Crutchfield car A/V learning content, and has been with the company since 1999. A Virginia native from the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, he loves spending time with his wonderful wife and sons, listening to music, writing, and playing games with friends. Robert's love for car audio began at 16 when he installed his first car stereo.
More from Robert Ferency-Viars
- Audiobahn AW12Q DVC subwoofer
- Audiobahn 1 farad Cap
- Audiobahn A1800DQ AMP
I started by removing all the trunks plastic and carpet parts. I used parts of the plastic inserts and cardboard to make templates for cutting the wood. I made the sub box out of $15 worth of ¾ MDF. I spent about $60 on marine grade black vinyl and foam purchased at a local fabric store. I wanted to maintain accessibility of my spare tire so I built around it.
What's the first thing you show people about your installation?
First thing people notice is how loud this is. It was measured at 149.00 decibel at a local car show.
Why did you choose these products?
I liked the craftsmanship of the equipment
What was the most difficult part of the installation?
The amp rack was most difficult
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