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2007 Ford Edge

Bonita Springs, FL US
Class: 1 |  Verified: NO |  Points: 32470 |  H2H Wins: 1 |  Rank: 5.3 |  Hits: 5720
Install Details
Yours truly

Alpine CDA-117; MB Quart Q4.150; Kicker ZX1000.1; Fi Q15; CDT EF-61FG/TW25 (two sets); Power Acoustik 5.0 Farad Cap

Almost one full year in the making, but well worth the wait. I did a lot of "trial and error" stereo systems in my previous car, and when I bought this one last year I decided I wasn't going to f**k around. After learning from a lot of mistakes (mainly cheaping out on equipment), I think I've gotten the hang of this... By no means do I consider myself a professional, and I'm always looking to learn and improve - feedback is appreciated!

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The Edge
Exterior is completely stock except for some really dark tint
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Comment Posted By:  Dzguyinsd619 on Oct 28,2011  
Thx for the points. Im thinking of those CDT 3 ways now. Want more midrange depth. Maybe I can score a deal.
Comment Posted By:  Dzguyinsd619 on Oct 14,2011  
Nice install component choices and fabrication. How does that Fi sound been interested in them for a while now? Gave you top points. Please rate mine when you have a chance.
Comment Posted By:  ericeric124 on Oct 12,2011  
clean install dude, love using fi equipment. check out the range rover I did with two fi 15" subs

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