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12 Dec 2018 17:05 #198906 by JustCallMeRick
nice audio stuff!
i added some extra speakers in the rear and that made a massive difference ( www.danbp.org/p/en/node/104 )
my exhaust silencer is looking a bit rusty and crusty as well haha.
and proper tow points are a must, they really are.
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13 Dec 2018 14:28 #198927 by Daniel30
I have midrange and tweeters up front, rear speakers and a sub in the boot love the sound of it and it's surprised a few people :D

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13 Dec 2018 15:10 #198929 by MadsV
Now i run the ground zero set in front, and two rear speakers. I bought two 4” real small woofers also but i dont know where to put them :lol:

Norwegian 01 Jimny
G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels

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13 Dec 2018 17:22 #198930 by Daniel30
Mini box in the boot? I have a 12" sub in the boot :D

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13 Dec 2018 21:41 #198936 by OlaGB

MadsV wrote: Now i run the ground zero set in front, and two rear speakers. I bought two 4” real small woofers also but i dont know where to put them :lol:


Nice upgrade! Happy with the sound now?

Had a quick look through this thread again now, the car really getting good!
So jealous of youre seats :)

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13 Dec 2018 21:57 #198937 by MadsV
Would like a little more bass, but its good as is also :)
The seats is the best investment for sure!

Norwegian 01 Jimny
G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels

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14 Dec 2018 05:52 - 14 Dec 2018 05:54 #198939 by yakuza
Easiest to get hold of in Norway is the 2004 Jimny part leather seats. They are way better than the 2005-06 seats and the rear seat folds down to flat. Mads your seats looks even better though...
Think I paid 2500 for my seats and sold the old ones for approx. the same.
2009 and later Jimny seats also good, and leather steering wheel from those as well.. But not so many Jimnys around to pick from.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, ARB rear lck, 17%/87% high/low gears.
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14 Dec 2018 06:42 #198942 by OlaGB

yakuza wrote: Easiest to get hold of in Norway is the 2004 Jimny part leather seats. They are way better than the 2005-06 seats and the rear seat folds down to flat. Mads your seats looks even better though...
Think I paid 2500 for my seats and sold the old ones for approx. the same.
2009 and later Jimny seats also good, and leather steering wheel from those as well.. But not so many Jimnys around to pick from.


Youre seats would do the job for me no doubdt! Up to 2004 that is, i.e. pre vvt models?
Not too easy to find any good Jimny parts in Norway, to few sold..

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14 Dec 2018 12:50 #198948 by MadsV
Getting ignis seats is expensive for us, mine came at a price of around 5000nok delivered. I see that there is a set on ebay right now btw!

Norwegian 01 Jimny
G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels

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14 Dec 2018 15:30 - 14 Dec 2018 15:36 #198952 by yakuza

OlaGB wrote:

yakuza wrote: Easiest to get hold of in Norway is the 2004 Jimny part leather seats. They are way better than the 2005-06 seats and the rear seat folds down to flat. Mads your seats looks even better though...
Think I paid 2500 for my seats and sold the old ones for approx. the same.
2009 and later Jimny seats also good, and leather steering wheel from those as well.. But not so many Jimnys around to pick from.


Youre seats would do the job for me no doubdt! Up to 2004 that is, i.e. pre vvt models?
Not too easy to find any good Jimny parts in Norway, to few sold..


No only the Norwegian 2004 models, sold in high numbers. The earlier is actually 1999/2000 models all of them i think.
The 2004 have color coded mirrors and roof rails, AC/leather/m13a (no VVT) and a bit more extra.
2004 seats have better side support as well.

Then next time with better seats is 2009 or later i think but too few of those sold..
2009 and later have Jimny stitched in the seats and is full leather.

Edit: If you look at: www.finn.no/car/used/search.html?make=0.811&model=1.811.7142 You can see what is available regarding year models.
Sorry for hijacking your thread with this Mads :)

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, ARB rear lck, 17%/87% high/low gears.
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17 Dec 2018 21:32 #199121 by MadsV
New exhaust is in. Taking the bumper off, and a lift makes it pretty easy.

Its gettin pretty badly rusted around the body mounts.. im just gonna keep patching it up as long as I can. Too bad I cant take the MOT’s myself anymore, next one is in may :lol:
I think the parts from bigjimny comes this week, so perhaps i can do some work in the holiday

Norwegian 01 Jimny
G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels
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02 Jan 2019 18:56 #199908 by MadsV
Got my caliper carriers today, started planning a upgrade to the front brakes!

Norwegian 01 Jimny
G16B
2” Trail Master
215/75-15 -15 offset wheels
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