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Brian D's 1992 Ford Explorer

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Installation Description


Basically I started off small, with 2 12's and a Sony CDX-F5000, then got some money and found some people and traded stuff, and my system is amazing now, everyone who gets in my Explorer could just about crap theirselves. When you scream you can't even hear yourself, it's like a back massage sitting in the drivers seat, my leg hair moves like crazy!

Q&A Section


Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?

When I bought the Explorer, the radio SUCKED! I already had plans to upgrade it like crazy though!


What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

The subs, I pop the back hatch open and their jaws drop.


Why did you choose these products?

Well prices are really good, performance is AMAZING, and it looks great in my truck.


What was the most difficult part of the installation?

Running all the wires, getting the +12v through the firewall.


What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?

I still need about 2 sets of really good tweeters, (there's 2 speaker holes in the back doors) so I'm gonna get 2 realy good sets of rear speakers, and maybe mount 6x9's in the rear hatch, and to power it all, a nice at least 800w 4 channel amp.


Hifonics Amp on top, 2 15 Hifonics Amp on top, 2 15" L7's, 4 Gauge Wiring, Kinetik Batt.
Kinetik Battery Kinetik Battery
GPS, and old Sony CDX-F5000, I just ordered the CDX-GT720 about 2 days ago lol GPS, and old Sony CDX-F5000, I just ordered the CDX-GT720 about 2 days ago lol
Wiring for 2 more amps (Thinking ahead) :) lol Wiring for 2 more amps (Thinking ahead) :) lol
either Front Door w/ Tweeter, and 5x7 Sony's Front Door w/ Tweeter, and 5x7 Sony's

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