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Installed Cadillac engine cover painted white with 6.2L emblems Installed yellow MGP caliper covers Installed drivers side assist handle Installed sub thump ANC harness to see if that improves the bass. Denali bass sucks, i get more out of my ford f-150 work truck
Oops thought you had the Bose setup. Anyways this doesn't delete the Bose, it gives access points on the amp harness to do a loc without having to splice or cut wires. I have used a few of these on installs for LC2i's, nice and simple.
Already done http://subthump.com/Chevrolet-GMC-Custom-Subwoofer-Boxes/Silverado-And-Sierra-Crew-Cab-Custom-Subwoofer-Enclosures-by-Subthump/New-20162018-Camaro-With-BOSE-Plug-N-Play-THarness-And-ANC-Defeat-Harness-Kit-clone.html
You don't seem to be the kind of guy to believe people when they say something can't be done. That just makes it a challenge.
Does that not aim more at the box/cargo area though? My wife has the monitor mirror on her escalade and at first I thought it was a little gimmicky or goofy but now I love it. She never drives with it in regular mirror mode. Gentex makes a kit but it is pricey and you lose the Onstar buttons
Would love to do the escalade monitor rearview mirror with a 3rd brake light camera.
Sonic Electronix has 15% off right now using coupon code CAR15ADS and free shipping. The 8W3 will be $178. That's a pretty good price.
For that mounting depth and cubic feet it is pretty hard to beat JL's line of 8". I would use a JL 8W3V3-4 or even a 8W1V3-4. Both would fit nicely and built for that enclosure volume. Anything over 500 watts would be overkill.
LED's in white come in 3 different variations according to Kelvin rating. What you are seeing is the cool white version which has a blueish tinge to it. I guess is does look like purple. http://www.bestlightingbuy.com/color-difference.html
Finally found time to get this done. I didn't want the LED strip visible from the side and also gluing it to the bottom side wouldn't work for very long up here in the cold Canadian winters. So I used the LED aluminum profile housing and clips. The only way this is coming off is if I take it off. Painted the channels to match the diamond white using Dupli-Color perfect match aerosol. Can't see the LED's from the side and the channels look like they are supposed to be there. LED strip is a 5050 cool white and the profile housing's come with a plastic diffuser cover if they are to bright. Tapped into the puddle light circuit since I only want them on in the dark. Good stuff.
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