Dion S's 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS-T

Items installed:

Installation Description

When I do an install I always work my way from the front to the rear. This way it helps you to make sure all is done in order. I get all wires and or cables ready for install. I do all under the hood prep and install first. Then I go to the head unit making sure the harness and all other wires and cables are ran properly to the sides of the car. I then go to the front speakers. Watching for clearance issues and running the wires properly through the boots. I then run all wires toward the amps making my way toward the rear speakers. After installing the rear speakers and running wires to the rest I work on amp and sub installation. The best part is tuning the system once all is cleaned up and hidden properly.

Q&A Section

Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?

I love music and I enjoy competition at least among friends and local comps.

What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

The clean look and sound.

Why did you choose these products?

The specs for the money and the quality of product.

What was the most difficult part of the installation?

Nothing really the Eclipse is one of the easiest cars to put a system in nowdays.

What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?

I would like to upgrade the subs and speakers to Image Dynamic.

Both amps tucked in under trim panel

Both amps tucked in under trim panel

Custom box and trim panel setting off the subs

Custom box and trim panel setting off the subs

Eclipse RS-T slummin

Eclipse RS-T slummin

Custom turbo with Optima Yellow Top

Custom turbo with Optima Yellow Top

Me and my ride

Me and my ride

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