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    2011 GT500 for the owner of Blown Deadline Custom Cerakote

    This was a car I did for the owner of Blown Dealine Custom Cerakote.
    It's a 1000rwhp 2011 GT500 with a dark satin gray vinyl wrap, and a lot
    of carbon fiber accents.

    We did a Pioneer AVH-2440NEX, and a PS8, an Arc 4200SE and 2 Arc 2300SE.
    Subwoofers are Alpine Type-R 10"
    The front speakers are Hertz Mille Legend Components, as are the rears.

    IMG_20190521_114549972 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

    IMG_20190419_084127029 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

    IMG_20190425_194533446 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

    IMG_20190426_171044084 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

    IMG_20190426_200341756 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

    DSC00849 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

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    IMG_20190509_151913596 by Jay McGraw, on Flickr

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    I also made a new battery tray out of acrylic because the batteries we carry are too tall to clear the hood with the factory tray, but I don't have pics.

    Jay

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    Re: 2011 GT500 for the owner of Blown Deadline Custom Cerakote

    I love the glowing speaker rings. I always thought it would be a cool way to show off your drivers.

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    Re: 2011 GT500 for the owner of Blown Deadline Custom Cerakote

    As it so happens, this car is back at the shop. His alternator was charging at something above 15.6V and was causing the PS8 to shut down. Apparently, these have well known issues with the alternators, and he had one built, had the engine tunes, and brought it back for audio tuning, boost gauge install and a couple other small things.

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    Re: 2011 GT500 for the owner of Blown Deadline Custom Cerakote

    Quote Originally Posted by BigAl205 View Post
    I love the glowing speaker rings. I always thought it would be a cool way to show off your drivers.
    And passengers, too.

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    Re: 2011 GT500 for the owner of Blown Deadline Custom Cerakote

    I spent hours on this today and couldn't make it sound good to save my life. So, at like 5pm I started over, one speaker at a time. There's a dip I can't fix on the left side tweeter, but the right side the tweeter barely registered on the RTA...which might be why I couldn't get it to sound right. I was pretty much ready to throw in the towel and go job hunting...but I'm feeling a little better now.

    Jay

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