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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    I finished preparing to install the back plexiglass panel then realized that the techflex isn't going to show up for the speaker wires for a couple of more days. Murphy's law gets me again.



    I installed the binding posts in the enclosure and added the zip tie holders. Everything is ready for the techflex.





    Holes all drilled and countersunk.





    This is one of the problems with not having a garage. I was gluing the vinyl when a big gust of wind surprised me.



    So, I got a new piece of vinyl and tried again.

    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    Next I added some spacers / risers in the vehicle for the sub box and amp rack.


    Then I had to add a bunch more risers for the sub box.



    Damn those are sexy!



    Battery is just there to power the lights. This is how it sits now, except the amps haven't been screwed in yet so I removed those. Tomorrow I'll work on the amp racks so more.


    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    Another day with minimal progress. The best news is that the techflex came in yesterday so I was able to finish the sub enclosure.







    Next, threaded brass inserts and security screws to keep the amps safe.



    Then the wonderful fun of drilling the holes for the snap grommets and finally covering the bottom of the amp rack in beige vinyl.





    Last but not least, starting on one of the sub amps.



    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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    Re: Toyota 4Runner SQ rebuild - Audible Physics, Zapco, OnCore

    I finished up for the day. I didn't get much done but to be honest I'm tired and my ankle is hurting me pretty bad. After wearing that boot / air cast for three months I probably over did it the second, third, and fourth day without it.


    I have discovered one of my new favorite tools though. Last year I used a screw driver to install all of the brass inserts. This little tool makes it so much easier.





    I got the amp rack for the second Z1KD amp mounted temporarily and drilled the holes for the snap grommets.





    Then I extended some wires for the LED's for the subs.






    The right side is crooked here but it's not permanent yet.






    Had a little helper for a bit. I guess he wanted to dry off. Weather was a bit nasty.






    Pretty security screws holding the Helix DSP Pro MK2 in place.





    Unfortunately I ran out of room in the back so it is going to be in front of the enclosure.





    I placed my order for plexiglass yesterday and for the rest of the power wire and speaker wire that I'll need a few minutes ago. I also sent my RCA measurements to Joe Davis, he will get started on them as soon as he receives the RCA plugs and techflex from me. If the plexi comes in by Friday I should be able to get a lot of work done next weekend.
    I've got a budget of $1,500. That should be more than enough.

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