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Q-Form QL-K1018C01 (black)

Install 6-1/2" components in your 1968-1972 General Motors vehicle (Black)

Item # 044C1018C1

Many award-winning sound-off competitors put their mid-woofers and tweeters in custom-built kick panel enclosures...

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About the Q-Form QL-K1018C01 (black)

Add component sound to your classic ride

Many award-winning sound-off competitors put their mid-woofers and tweeters in custom-built kick panel enclosures to get concert-quality stereo imaging. But why pay hundreds of dollars to an installer when you can do it yourself? Just mount your 6-1/2" component system in Q-Logic's Q-Forms kick panel enclosures, and your car speakers will deliver competition-quality imaging without the expensive price tag.

Add component sound to your classic ride

Many award-winning sound-off competitors put their mid-woofers and tweeters in custom-built kick panel enclosures to get concert-quality stereo imaging. But why pay hundreds of dollars to an installer when you can do it yourself? Just mount your 6-1/2" component system in Q-Logic's Q-Forms kick panel enclosures, and your car speakers will deliver competition-quality imaging without the expensive price tag.

Superior sound

Q-Forms enclosures hold your speakers in an ideal position, angling them to maximize sound quality. Since the Q-Forms are located near your feet, the distance from your ears to each speaker becomes closer to equal, creating a superior soundstage. The driver's seat becomes the "sweet spot" for great stereo sound. Warranty: 1 year.

Note: The Q-Forms do not come with pre-cut holes, so you must cut holes in order to install your component speakers in the enclosures. Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this model is compatible with your vehicle.

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What's in the box:

  • 2 Black plastic Q-Forms
  • Mounting hardware
  • Roll of self-adhesive foam tape
  • Two pieces of Polyfil
  • Installation Instructions
  • Q-Forms "C-series" instruction sheet

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Features

Product Overview: Q-Logic C-Series Q-Form custom kick panels are designed to hold a 2-way component speaker system consisting of a woofer up to 6-1/2" and a tweeter (up to 2" diameter). They are fabricated of durable ABS plastic, color matched to the factory interior colors, and replace the factory kick panels. The positioning and angle of the speakers provide optimum stereo imaging and staging.

No Grilles: Because no grilles are included with the Q-Forms, you must use the grilles supplied with the component system.

Note: One of the included installation guides states that two Q-grilles are included, but that is not the case.

Compatibility: These Q-Forms are designed to fit select 1968-1972 Chevrolet Chevelle, Oldsmobile Cutlass, and Pontiac GTO models. These kick panels are black.

Note: Please enter your vehicle information to verify compatibility.

Installation Notes

Installation Overview: You will need to cut out the mounting holes in the designated areas of the plastic Q-Forms. A roll of foam tape is provided for sealing the woofer in the kick panel. The tweeter can be flush or surface mounted. Giving exact mounting depths is not possible, since it will depend to some extent on the space available behind the factory kick panel. (Q-Logic advertises 4" minimum.)

Possible Modifications: Always check the vehicle's stock door panels condition before ordering. These vehicles may have air vents with handles built into the door panel. These must be removed before the Q-Forms can be mounted.

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