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John Flynn's 1994 Toyota Corolla

Items installed:

Installation Description

I decided I wanted to build a custom enclosure for college so that I could still have big bass, but also a trunk. The speakers are all Infinity Kappa, a name I knew I wanted from before I had a car. I have installed everything in this car except the original wiring, which is also the only thing I haven't changed out. The deck install was straight forward, just hooked it up ISO style. The speakers required a little more modification as I mention below, but they are still in the factory brackets. The subwoofer enclosure was actually pretty simple to build, just a normal box with a really big face. None of the wiring can be seen except the color-coded power/ground and RCA wires to the amp in the back.

Q&A Section

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

I wasn't going to settle for cassette and AM/FM. Next I wanted more bass. Next it turned into more of a project.

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

The trunk. Since it's custom built and designed it draws a lot of respect. It's incredibly clean, a pride of mine.

Why did you choose these products?

The names Infinity and Pioneer are leaders in their classes.

What was the most difficult part of the installation?

The rear speakers. The baskets on the Kappa speakers were so deep I had to cut and bend the rear deck just to get them to fit.

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

I'd like to get a little bit nicer deck. Something similar to the Pioneer 8600, the deck I used to have.

My Car

My Car

Pioneer 5800 Deck and Profile sub-level

Pioneer 5800 Deck and Profile sub-level

Brand new trunk set-up

Brand new trunk set-up

Trunk with Streetglow neons

Trunk with Streetglow neons

My old show trunk

My old show trunk

  • Scott from Sacramento

    Posted on 3/29/2018

    What was the year make n model of the car, with the old show trunk?

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    Robert Ferency-Viars from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/22/2015

    Joshua, use our vehicle selector to confirm which stereos and speakers will fit your Corolla and, more importantly, to get the right installation hardware you'll need to do the job. If you have any questions about it, just contact us via email, phone, or chat, and our advisors will be glad to help you out.

  • Joshua McIntyre from Hughesvill pa

    Posted on 6/20/2015

    Dude u gotta help me with mine I have no clue how to wire speakers in your look bad ass bro i have the same year in the same car I wanted put a new CD player in speakers in amplifier in

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