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Old 08-15-2017, 10:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am nearing the finish of this over the top sound system install working with Noah from The Car Stereo Company, so I figured I would show some of the build process.

This is my third Raptor with a stereo upgrade and I feel this is the one. All of the install is completely custom and I did not drill a single hole throughout the process. Noah built all the custom bases and is in the process of molding a custom fiberglass box to house 2-10 Audiomobile Evo subs and one Mosconi amplifier.

I will post the final write up and install once its complete in a couple weeks. Noah needs to build the box and finally tune the system for perfection

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2 10 Audiomobile EVO subs
Mosconi AS300.2
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K2 ES165 Speakers
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Curious on your choice of Audiomobile subs. I've never personally used them, just curious if you've heard them. I've only read not-so-good things about the company in the past...

Build is looking awesome, thanks for sharing pics.
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Looks like big buck$ for all the gear plus the custom work plus the installation. I hope it sounds incredible and it's worth the coin $pent.

Let us know how it sounds and if we can get something similar from Noah :)
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Curious on your choice of Audiomobile subs. I've never personally used them, just curious if you've heard them. I've only read not-so-good things about the company in the past....
Yes, I had the GTS series in last truck and upgraded to Evo for this build. So far I think these are the best shallow sub since you only have 5" of mounting depth to work with. They hit hard with a nice level of output.
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All of the install is completely custom and I did not drill a single hole throughout the process.
That's pretty awesome.


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Have any details or pics of what and where you connected the factory harnesses to the PAC unit?
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Curious on your choice of Audiomobile subs. I've never personally used them, just curious if you've heard them. I've only read not-so-good things about the company in the past...

Build is looking awesome, thanks for sharing pics.
i run 2 gts 10in in my truck with 950 watts. they are a much better sounding speaker than anything else that will fit under there without spending a lot more money. the speakers themselves are awesome speakers. the company however had some issues but never with product reliability. i actually dropped jl audio because these are a better speaker all around by far
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Have any details or pics of what and where you connected the factory harnesses to the PAC unit?
It is a simple plug and play, it plugs right into two factory harnesses located on the factory radio/LCD and provides 6 inputs of RCA's. It mounts right behind the head unit.
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It is a simple plug and play, it plugs right into two factory harnesses located on the factory radio/LCD and provides 6 inputs of RCA's. It mounts right behind the head unit.
Any way to output the factory center channel signal with this Pac unit?
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Looks like I'm going to be in the same boat only running Hertz audio and a 7 day build time . Looking forward to matching the audio with the rest of the raptor



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