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1999 Chevrolet S-10

Blue On Black, beaglestew1's
Lexington, KY US
Class: 1 |  Verified: YES |  Points: 18500 |  H2H Wins: 1 |  Rank: 4.8 |  Hits: 3790
Install Details
Josh Crager, Gifford Morris

Kenwood KVT-815DVD head, Alpine MRPF220 Amp on Pionex Sub, Alpine Type-S 6.5 in the doors, Kenwood Excelon 4x6 in Front, PPI Art Series amp on Alpine Door Speakers, Back-up Camera, N64, Viper Remote Start w/ 2-way, Type-S Shift Knob, Lava, 2 inverters

This is my daily driver. It's got the Kenwood DVD player with a black and white night vision back-up camera. There is a relay to switch between the N64 and the camera. The pioneer sub was customized by Josh Crager here at Car Stereo Warehouse in Lexington, Ky. It has the Viper 791XV remote start with door lock relays added. The remote also turns the stereo on and off. The alarm LED and video switch are located just to the left of the head unit. It's a work in progress, but it sounds clean.

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Comment Posted By:  Rhaze36 on Jun 08,2005  
Now that was a good h2h!! Good job!! She'll be back when I finish her LOL.
Comment Posted By:  AlienAudio on Jun 04,2005  
Damn... I want that little PPI amp for a project I'm working on... hehe. those are clean sounding amps. love the lava lamps man, that's takes nuts. that's a nice screen you got there... thinking of getting a flip out myself.
Comment Posted By:  Rhaze36 on Jun 04,2005  
I went ahead and accepted,figured what the he** it will be awhile before I can get back to work on it (customers come first)and you can use some points LOL
Comment Posted By:  beaglestew1 on Jun 02,2005  
Check out all the new pics. I hid all the Nintendo wires and made it so that I have and extra set of Auxillary inputs in the kickpanel instead of them being taken up by the N64. I debated neon, but decided on a different route. Let me know what you thi
Comment Posted By:  MTXPRO2004 on May 27,2005  
you still suck more than me, even though i stole your suckiness, i bought you a full case of sukiness to replace it with, so you are now the king of suckiness!! LOL -gave ya 10's
Comment Posted By:  everlasting289 on Apr 12,2005  
N64 is so old! That's fuckin' beautiful!! I dont think mine works anymore, but they were hella fun.
Comment Posted By:  mtxpro2006 on Apr 09,2005  
Yeah, nice truck, good system, but your still GAY!!! lol just kiddin, its about time you got a sub!!
Comment Posted By:  beaglestew1 on Apr 09,2005  
The N64 is mounted through the bottom. You can't see it, but it works. I have been trying to find a cleaner way to do it, but haven't found what I'm looking for yet.
Comment Posted By:  jaboran on Apr 08,2005  
neat..... u replaced the pioneer dustcap with an mtx?... lol.. thats great!!! yeah.. i would like mount that 64 ... possibly make a box to hold it in place in the trunk...
Comment Posted By:  Nova on Apr 08,2005  
Ok i saw it, Nice sytstem, ill rate it correctly
Comment Posted By:  Nova on Apr 08,2005  
nice little system there, Perfect Dark is my favorite N64 Game... ill rate it when i see the box and surroundings
Comment Posted By:  beaglestew1 on Apr 08,2005  
See the before picture on the sub to see the reason the dust cap was replaced. And I'm a big MTX fan so....
Comment Posted By:  AlienAudio on Apr 08,2005  
I'd mount that N64. Nice choice in equipment... I know that Old School PPI amp sounds crisp and clean. I'm sure the Alpine does a fine job on the sub. btw, what's the deal with the dustcap? did the other one get damaged?

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