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bowtieguy

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bowtieguy last won the day on October 28 2013

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About bowtieguy

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  • Birthday 11/26/1973

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  1. 2002 Chevy Blazer Sql Build!

    This time of year always slows things down, but looking forward to seeing your progress
  2. Blazer Build

    Thanks guys. I believe I need to ask for some help on the next process of this build though. I have always been the type to add a good component set or 2 in to make good mid and highs to try to blend in with the bass. But I have been reading alot about off axis and all this type things in making the front stage more dramatic. I would love to have my front stage make me feel like I am at a concert and hear as if the singer is walking back and forth across my dash singing, that is when the stereo effect is there to make it happen. Can yall help school me on any of this? I know cableguy has a very sq based sound stage as well as others too. I would love to learn more about all this and attempt it in my rebuilding. I have an old school Kenwood kec-302 cross over which is real similar to the Sony xec-1000 but also has a rear midbass output. So fine tuning and control is available to help with this.
  3. Blazer Build

    A good friend of mine owns Gameover Car Audio so this is going to be a mostly completely IA build and double as a demo vehicle for him also, So this will be a very strong sql build. The IA components get extremely loud and still very clear, so the 2 DR 12s should wrap it all up.
  4. Blazer Build

    This is the front bumper right after it was finished And the rear right after it was finished.
  5. Blazer Build

    Here are the door panels I made. Also scored some never used old school Rockford tweeters. These things scream!
  6. Blazer Build

    Wow I was just looking thru this build and realized how long I been away for updating it, sorry guys I have been side tracked with work and other hobbies I have completely neglected this build. Anyways lets throw in some updates with the tank. Well photobucket is acting up and not loading for me right now but I will post up some pics as soon as it cooperates with me. I have built new step rails for her along with front and rear bumpers and installed a 4 inch lift with some new tires. Also swapped out engines since the original had blown head gaskets letting compression out of 3 cylinders, might I add I was still getting 20 mpg with this engine and drove it to the shop to do the swap. Newer engine runs great but I think I need new injectors to make it right. Built some better door pods for the 6.5s that look and sound a lot better. The boxes I built for the bed sides and since deteriorated from the wood getting wet so they are getting removed and I am going another route. Future plans include 2 Incriminator Death Row 12s powered off a IA 20.1 and a IA 6.4 to power the components. OK I got photobucket up so lets load some pics. Here is the tank as she looks now.
  7. Blazer Build

    I decided to give the little 8's one more chance before I gave up on them. Built some ported boxes for them to give them the best chance. And mounted the amps to the panels behind the boxes to clean up the rear area. Passenger side panel is a little cramped with the large amp bit it all fits (barely) Still need to paint the port black and gonna get a speaker grill to put over it. But it definitely sounds alot better now.
  8. Blazer Build

    For anyone interested these little 8's are very impressive for their size. I was doubtful about them filling my needs but they have proved me wrong. Very nice sub and fro the money.
  9. Blazer Build

    And got the step rails powder coated and reinstalled Still to come as money permits.... Reinforce the backside of the 8 enclosures Cover the new panels Build pods for the lower door comp set and cover Build amp rack for the rear to clean up the wire rats nest Hide the wires better Full detailed interior clean!!! So far the 8's sound pretty good aside from the enclosures rattling still.
  10. Blazer Build

    A little more progress done. Built the enclosures for the back side of the 8's Mounted the rear comp set.
  11. Blazer Build

    Still need to glass the back side for the enclosure mount the rear 6.5 comp set and cover. Hopefully more to be finished this coming weekend. Then glass some pods for the front doors for the front stage and cover.
  12. Blazer Build

    For these to go in....
  13. Blazer Build

    Got a little more audio work done over the weekend. Making new panels for the rear sides with glassed pods for my little 8's.
  14. Blazer Build

    New lower panels for the doors will rebuilt, making it look ALOT cleaner than this and not set on tweeter position just yet. And this prime real estate will be where the 8s and other comp set will be housed. These panels will also be rebuilt, 8s being about where the 6x9s are now but a little lower and comp sets up and a little back from there. I am thinking with this set up it will be a little harder to steal than grabbing the box and running with the top off. Plus will keep everything a little more protected if it does happen to rain while the top is off too.
  15. Blazer Build

    I traded my IA 12 for 2 IA 8s and purchased 2 sets of IA 6.5 comps. I got one set today and temperarily installed them to see how they are going to sound (off the head unit for now.) The 8s will be powered of the US amp and a 4 channel will be purchased soon to power the comps. So on with the pics
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