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My Shelby Daytonas

Stereo

The entire system consists of Precision Power(PPI) and Eclipse equipment. The head unit is a Eclipse 55040 CD Player with a 6 disk in dash changer. Three Eclipse 8712.8 12" subs are housed in a fiberglass box in the spare tire well, and run mono by a PPI 2600 amp. A set of PPI 4" carbon fiber components are placed in the custom kick panels, while 6" components are housed in the custom door panels. PPI 5x7's add rear fill and all are powered by a PPI 4400. Crossovers for the component doors and kicks are built into the back of the rear seats. 4 Gauge stinger distrobution blocks split the power to the amps. The radio can also be turned on by remote through the security system.

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Sub box housing 3 Eclipse 8712.8's

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PPI 2600 amp running the subs at a 2.66 ohm load. I've never had any problems with overheating the amp although it has a internal cooling fan.

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Custom spare tire rack, just in case!

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Drivers side kick panel speakers. It's hard to see here but the tweeter area is contoured out.

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This picture shows a overview of the dash. Included in the picture is a shot of the Eclipse 54040 CD player along with the 6 disk indash changer. You can also see the PPI Bass knob which boosts a preset frequency range of the subs. I've also added a set of race pedal covers which have been a pain to try and keep on. The remote is also velcroed nicely to the stearing wheel.

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4 channel amp to run the car speakers

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Drivers door custom speaker enclosure. I needed a way to fit the 6.5 inch speakers in the doors, this is what I came up with.

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The door pannels took around 8 hours or so each!

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Passenger side kick pannel speakers. These also took around 8 hours each to build.

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Here's the back of the rear seats sitting on the floor in my living room at college. This houses the crossovers for the front component speakers.

With a fear of flats on long drives and no place for the spare a custom mount was fabricated to hold the spare tire over the Subs. The factory cargo cover is the best theft deterent but the Viper security also helps! Now that I've moved to Wisconsin I'll be looking into tinting the windows all the way around.

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