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RetroSound VWKPB Kick Panel Enclosures

Includes a pair of 6-3/4" speakers — fits in 1949-71 VW Standard Beetles

MFR # KP-V01-4977-652

RetroSound VWKPB Kick Panel Enclosures

RetroSound VWKPB Kick Panel Enclosures

Includes a pair of 6-3/4" speakers — fits in 1949-71 VW Standard Beetles

MFR # KP-V01-4977-652

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RetroSound VWKPB Kick Panel Enclosures

Crutchfield customer from Windermere, FL on 12/9/2019

1965 Volkswagen Beetle

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Definitely enhanced the sound of my 65 bug

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RetroSound VWKPB Kick Panel Enclosures

Crutchfield customer from Riverside, CA on 10/24/2019

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Great fit in my VW. Sounds really good.)

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RetroSound VWKPB Kick Panel Enclosures

RONALD from Mayaguez, PR on 5/3/2017

2004 Kia Amanti

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Excelente Sonido. Excellent Sound.

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Great Fit

KJS from Tustin, CA on 11/18/2014

1970 Volkswagen Beetle

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Panels are an awesome fit to my 1970 Beetle Coup. Minimum modifications needed and the carpet previously lining the kick panels covers the speaker panels fairly well (you can use some of the carpet you cut out for the speaker face to add to the shortage of carpet up top with some careful planning/cutting). Speakers work but are not the very best sound, but good enough. I think a bit of Dynomat may be in order as least above the engine compartment.

Pros: Great Fit, looks clean and minimal alterations needed.

Cons: Speakers are so-so.

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So-So

Kevin from Norfolk, VA on 1/3/2013

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Kick panels are made of ABS Plastic. Only time will tell if they hold up. Just to make sure there was no rattling, I used some peel and stick insulating material to the back of the panels. The panels do not fit the contour of the body exactly, but the self-tapping screws seem to hold it down okay. The clips that hold the speaker in place are less than desirable quality and the screws that come with them are unnecessarily long and are just a little skinny to get a good grip on the clips. I highly recommend using some wider and shorter screws. Also, it is best to mount the speaker before screwing the panel to the car body. The 6 3/4" speakers that come with this unit are so-so at best when paired with the head unit. I can't tell you what they sound like on another system. The Retrosound Zuma that I paired these with has only factory preset EQs or you can turn DSP OFF and have only Bass and Treble controls.

Pros: If you do not feel like making your own kick panels, this is one of the only options. They also come wit Retrosound 6 3/4" speakers as part of the kit. Speakers mount and are directed at the front cab passengers.

Cons: ABS Plastic may or may not crack over time. Speakers, when paired with the Retrosound Zuma Radio are so-so.

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