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2007 Toyota Camry SE

JL Audio FiberGlass Maniac!!!, egy605's
Brooklyn, NY US
Class: 2 |  Verified: YES |  Points: 22460 |  H2H Wins: 0 |  Rank: 5.7 |  Hits: 5243
Install Details
Edgar Tejada

Stock radio, power acoustik 5500 bamf, 2 jl audio w7's

This is custom job that took me about 1 week to complete. I'm trying to keep it as simple as possible without taking any of the stock look from the car. I'm starting with 2 JL Audio 12" W7 w/ a Power Acoustik BAMF 5500 amp. These are the result... Plz feel free to leave some comments

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Comment Posted By:  Dzguyinsd619 on Jun 22,2011  
Gave good points for install crativity and components used so far....but need more system details and pics for higher points. So far so good
Comment Posted By:  RampagesZ on May 14,2011  
Gave you high points for the effort, Next time try glassing the inside before stretching the material over it to seal it and add strength. Also I would have anded quite a bit more before the first coat of primer or paint. From the pics it looks pretty bum
Comment Posted By:  tresean23 on May 12,2011  
Nice work on the box, gave you good points.
Comment Posted By:  egy605 on May 10,2011  
I'm using pioneer 6x9 in the doors and rear panel accompanied by the factory jbl amp, and a power acoustic 5500 bamf series for the bass. Yes, way more bass then highs but I'm gonna slowly set evrything to a perfect setting without breaking the car apart
Comment Posted By:  jaboran on May 10,2011  
what kind of mids/highs and amps are you going to accompany all of that sub power? i imagine you have a lot of bass and very little in the high and mid range with a stock setup up front
Comment Posted By:  jaboran on May 10,2011  
neat. good job on your box, it was a learning experience huh? it turned out good.
Comment Posted By:  cadillac94 on May 09,2011  
mdf is better in my eyes. if ur looking for added strength use bracing inside ur box
Comment Posted By:  smithronnie123 on May 08,2011  
gave ya 1,200 points. nice work so far. if ya get time rate me

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