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2012 Ford Focus SES

Faery Focusesque, jaboran's
swanton, OH US
Class: 1 |  Verified: NO |  Points: 37450 |  H2H Wins: 0 |  Rank: 3.8 |  Hits: 11486
Install Details
Jon F (thats me)

stock headunit, fusion powerplant components and 6x7 rear speakers, fusion reactor 12" subwoofer, and a clarion 4 channel amp

This is my wife's car as indicated by the mirror fairy. :) We tried to retain a stock look inside the cabin all in the meanwhile making good sound reproduction. tweeters are in the stock location and with the utilization of the stock cd player, the look is retained. we dampened the front doors for the component speakers. all in all, the setup sounds great.

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The Grill
I really like the aggressive style of the new focus.
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Comment Posted By:  Dzguyinsd619 on Oct 14,2011  
Nice basic install. bet it sounds waaaay better than stock junk, did the same in my wifes car and she was happy. Dropped you some points. Please rate mine when you have a chance.
Comment Posted By:  Dzguyinsd619 on Sep 08,2011  
can you help me out with my H2H? thx Online Car Audio Competition Competitor
Comment Posted By:  jaboran on May 10,2011  
a multimeter was used, hence why i finally found the proper wire. it was the most consuming part considering the wire stays live until 15 seconds after the doors lock
Comment Posted By:  ericeric124 on May 06,2011  
Im not too familiar with fusion products, but nice install. It cut my post off, I guess theres field limit.
Comment Posted By:  ericeric124 on May 06,2011  
Try using a multi meter in the future. Ignition wires or factory radio amp wires usually work well for me. Or buy a line output with remote out or speaker sense remote turn on lead if you dont know what youre looking for. Im not really a big fan of fus
Comment Posted By:  smithronnie123 on May 06,2011  
gave ya good points. nice ride man


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