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Old 12-17-2012, 11:37 AM
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JL Audio install 2013 Challenger Rally Redline

I'm paused at the moment working on my install in my new 2013 Rally Redline Challenger and thought I would throw some pictures up finally.

First the equipment:
(2) JL Audio W6v2 10s
(1) JL Audio 750/1 HD
(1) JL Audio 600/4 HD
(1) Pair of JL Audio ZR 6.5" Components
(1) Pair of JL Audio c5 6.5" Components
(1) JL Audio 1/0 gauge Power Kit
(3) JL Audio Premium 25' RCAS
(1) JL Aduio Premium 6' RCA
(1) JL Audio Line Driver
(1) Kenwood DNX9140
(1) Batcap 800
(1) Kicker 350.4
(2) Bulk Packs of Second Skin Sound Deadner
(6) Interrior Red LED Light Strips
(6) Exterrior Red LED Light Strips
(2) 12v 10" Fans to keep the amps cool
(4) JL (TMA) 5x7 coax underneath the car

Equipment cost just under $8,000 in total.

Box design is 5 cubic feet (about half the trunk) tuned to 30hz

Amps are mounted in the spare tire well(with the spare taken out) underneath plexi and back lit with neons

I didnt get any pics of the install in the doors but I put about 8 square feet of second skin inside each door.

Next I removed the stock 3.5” speakers and made flush trim rings for the tweeters to go in the dash. The rings had to be recessed Ľ” in order to keep from having the tweeters crash into the dash panel. I also gutted one of the stock 3.5” speakers and mounted my navigation antenna to that











Next I built a new back dash for the rear components. I noticed that my entire interrior was black except for the back dash so when I made a new one I made sure to recarpet it to black.





Then I put the radio in, and flush mounted the mic for the bluetooth into the dash kit.


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Box and panneling is not finished yet nor has the wiring been cleaned up but here are some build in progress

Box is 5 cubic feet ported to 30hz


Amp rack in progress


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Very nicely done

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wow, i know that sounds awesome! Cant wait to get my Full Type R System :-)
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Subs facing back? How do you plan on finishing the box? Those little wheel well humps make the box tricky to look right.
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Subs facing into the car. The box is a trunk wall. No pressure can move into the trunk so everything moves forward into the cabin. Ive had very successful trunk wall builds. If anyone needs box plans I designed it to be the absolute biggest box that can slip into the trunk
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Interesting. I don't think I've seen a ported box facing forward in these yet.

How do you plan on finishing it? Beauty panel back? How deep is it because the top of the trunk has a lot of contour to it. Mine looks like crap right now so I'll be yanking it all out and redoing it. I didn't ever put the finishing touches on it, but the rear trim panel idea is getting totally scrapped in favor of a floating island amp rack.




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I'm doing a beauty board in the back of the box and a beauty pannel over the floor. I removed the spare tire, jack, and stock trunk floor piece. The box I designed is a T shape as you can see from the pic. Ill have more pics up when I start the build again
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ive done ported trunk walls in a few cars and several different trunk walls in my old car. Car show wise I have only seen the trunk wall sealed boxes from everyone, So mine will be the first that I have personally seen. I think thejesus did a trunk wall with a pair of DD 12s in his last set-up before the 4 15s wall
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Awesome set up, love the rear deck, it's trick!
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