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  1. You'll want to purchase a pac-audio ap4-gm61 and a aph-gm02. www.pac-audio.com I would explain what they do and the benefits, but I'm too tired to write it out lol. The ap4 will save you alot of grief. Don't bother running new lines into the doors, it's not worth the hassle. Your oem lines are sufficient enough. I use focal speakers alot and the flax line provides a full range sound. I hate it when components are too bright. I use either the jlaudio jx or hd amps to power them, along with a dsp. One of my favourite amps is the audio control d6.1200. Provides more then enough power, gives you the option to run the front as either active or passive, and sub. It also has a built in dsp with amp auto turn on.
  2. All jl sub stealth boxes produce more then enough bass for most people. I prefer 12s bc they hit the lower notes compared to 10s. This is what I built for myself.
  3. I built it for a customer. That's my go to enclosure for the sierra/silverado, it hits hard. If your looking to buy a similar enclosure within the US, check out MTI acoustics.
  4. Yup, that's actually better then mine. That's their new flagship, dr900. Similar features as mine, but it records in 4k and has a better wifi processor
  5. Blackvue dr750s 2ch. 1080p with front cam @ 60fps and rear cam @ 30fps. I have it hooked up to a power management pro, which let's it run full time without draining the battery. Blackvue has the has one of the most user friendly apps on any phone platform. I sell and install them all the time
  6. Yes you can order harness adapters online that will convert the h11 output to h1. Or you can go to the parts store and buy the ends and make them yourself
  7. I just took off the oem 22s and I would say the ride quality is almost the same. With the rear lowered, the truck isn't top heavy in turns anymore. Ya i dont like leaving it outside, but my dashcam is hooked up to my WiFi, so I got 24hr motion sensors and notifications lol. Also, my truck has a tilt sensor in it that texts me. Bc the truck is summit white, I was able to use Plasti dip on the emblems. I use to paint them, but they would get chipped every winter and I would have to repaint them. Then I switched to vinyl, but the vinyl would get dried out bc of the sun/heat and chip/crack. Plasti dip is the most durable product I've used on emblems
  8. Drop shackle and leaf block removed in the rear. The front will be lowered with belltech struts when I get time
  9. Just up the coast from you. I'm in Vancouver, BC
  10. Don't do the Amp lights if you want white to match your puddle lights bc they are purple/white. I used the Amp leds, great product, just wish they were a white led
  11. I'm sure he can build the center console ipad mini holder for you. Also, the top pic still retains the use of the factory screen when the iPad isn't in
  12. Rafael Felix (rafaspec) and Doug Bernard (soundman) were the innovators of ipad integration. Doug makes side slider kits if you want to do it yourself, or you can send your console to Rafa and he will build it and send it back.
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