Stealth Audio Installation with Pics
Wanted to share the recent upgrades I made for my audio system. I performed 100% of the work and customization.
4 Channel Amp: Rockford Fosgate Punch P400.4 (125w x 4 @ 2 ohms each)
2 Channel Amp for Sub: Kenwood KAC-7205 (500w x 1 @ 4 ohms)
Amp wiring kit: Rockford Fosgate RFK4D dual amp 4 gauge
4 gauge "Big Three Upgrade" (Batt + to Alt +, Batt - to Alt mounting bolt/Engine Block, Batt - to chassis using one of the upper strut bolts)
Battery: Optima Yellow Top D34-78
Capacitor: 2 Farad DB Link with LED voltage display
Subwoofer: 1 x 12' Kenwood KFC-W3013PS
Subwoofer Box: Ported 1.98 Cubic Feet, Port length is 11 inches, used online calculators to determine the correct size and length
Dash Speakers 3.5 Infinity Reference 3022cf
Front Door Speakers: 6x9 Infinity Kappa 639.9i
Rear Speakers: 6.5 Infinity Reference 6032cf
16 gauge speaker wire ran to door speakers
Dash speakers are running off the factory BA Amp
Dynamat installed on all doors
Subwoofer grill is from a screen door security gate. Cover plate is 1/8 steel which I designed and cut using a rotary dremel.
"Commander" badge was made by snapping a photo of the name on the passenger door, then enlarging and printing to the actual size. Then cut out the letters and traced on to 1/8 steel and cut with a rotary dremel.
For the capacitor mounting location, I removed the existing storage tray which left a nice spot to display the LED's. I cut a piece of plexiglass then tinted it with some 20% tint I got as scrap from a local shop. The black trim came from austozone. It's typically used to install on the edge of the doors.
Amp rack was made from some rack mounting equipment I had layin around from my DJ gear.
Yeah Buddy!!! 2006 Black XK, 4.7L
Flowmaster 50 Series SUV #52556 / RR 2.25 Lift + .25 spacers in front / Monroe Struts n Load Leveler shocks, Hankook DynaPro MT 265/70 r17 / MB Wheels TKO 17X8.5, FlashPaq 3875, AVIC-x940bt, Dual Optima's (in engine bay), plenty of wattage for my cottage