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09 Sep 2015 17:14 - 09 Sep 2015 17:16 #151607 by NineCherries
Lol. Im 100% sure I was fully clothed. Btw on looking at the pic all you can see is my hands holding my iPhone.

I'll have a look later on for the pocket.

What speakers have you fitted? Size? Front or rear? The polarity wouldn't make them distort. If the head unit is trying to send too much mid/bass to 10cm fronts then they will struggle.
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09 Sep 2015 17:44 #151614 by the_goshawker
That center console looks really good mate, well done ;) ;) ;) ;)

2003 Silver Suzuki Jimny Falconer Edition...
OZ Alloys...
215 75 15 Toyo open Country...
SolarPlexus Rear Tints...
K&N Panel Filter...
Rear Upper Spoiler..
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09 Sep 2015 20:21 #151639 by hora
Replied by hora on topic My Jimny (my first infact)
I thought I'd make you relook :D

10cm Alpine co-axel Sxe-1025's. Maybe I need a mini woofer too?

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09 Sep 2015 20:52 #151641 by NineCherries
My current system is the pioneer head unit, vibe 10cm co-axle fronts and jbl 17cm co-axle rears (had to do a bit of metal work removal to get the rears in) and an alpine 10inch type R sub.

I'd heartily recommend a sub if you can live with half the boot space (or you could fit an under seat bass unit) also Fitting rear speakers would help a lot too.

The 10cm front you have are much better than the standard ones but you'll never get any useable bass from them, they are just too small. I've set up limits so only the upper mid and high frequencies go to the front, full range mid and high to the rear and only low frequencies to my sub easy on the unit I have but not every head unit has the capabilities to do that.


And just for the record I don't have my car booming everywhere I go, I have it set up for sound quality. I can listen to everything from classical to rock to electronic......etc etc. but I'll sometimes turn it up if I fancy lol.

I still have the pocket if you'd like it. PM on its way shortly
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22 Sep 2015 13:00 #152367 by hora
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I managed to get round to buying some alloys. I LOVE the three-spoke Jimny ones so bought these:

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06 Nov 2017 10:02 #185891 by Elikratos
Excellent job in neatly fitting the headunit, looks great indeed! Could you please shed more light, I am genuinely interested into figuring out how you have made it:
1. what fascia have you used? Is it the 73821-76J10-5PK or?
2. have you used the OEM metal bracket (from the Clarion 2DIN player) or the metal frame supplied with the Pioneer player?
3. how on Earth have you managed to make the Pioneer sit in so nicely? And fitting the black plastic frame / cover on top... I could use any tips and trick you may have to spare.
Many thanks!

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08 Nov 2017 08:08 #185993 by NineCherries
Not been on here for a while so apologies if I’ve taken a long time to reply.
1. Yeah that’s the one I used.
2. Neither. I bought an autoleads double din cage (103mm high) it has great brackets (a fiddle to set up initially but give great adjustment) autoleads dfpk 103. On checking the cage number for you it looks like the design has been updated. I used this one

The brackets allowed for mm adjustment front and back.
But it looks like the newer brackets don’t allow for the same adjustment


I know Halfords normally stock the cages and at least you could open the box to check what version they have. They are expensive for it but they do a pretty good price match offer if you do some leg work :)

3. By using the kit in no.2. The trim had to be modified to fit neatly and is actually just a friction fit.

I used to fit car stereos as a day job so this was an easy one to do.


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08 Nov 2017 12:52 #186015 by Elikratos
Many thanks indeed, much appreciated. I am going to follow your approach and try to replicate the results ;)

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