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Thread: Ultimate GU Stereo Installation - Lots of pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex View Post
    But doesn't ever mod we do increase weight.

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    I pulled out my dickie seats lol ftw . Nice write up it looks like its come up a treat

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    good job cobber... love the pics.. just rewiring mine at the moment.. won't be as flash as ur number tho...

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    Great job.
    You obviously love doing it.
    Spent a lot of hours on it.
    2011 GU8 ST 3.0 CRD, ARB Bullbar with IPF spotties, scrub bars and side steps, Snorkel, Dual Battery system, Waeco fridge, Turbo Timer, ARB Roof Rack with 5 IPF spotties across the front, Custom full Leather Bucket seats, DPchip, 3" Taipan exhaust, ARE Intercooler & scoop, Autron EGT/Boost and dual volt gauges, ARB front locker.

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    Here's a list of all the gear I used:

    • Apline Head Unit: $320
    • Nissan DX single DIN pocket: $40
    • Custom RCA Leads: $74
    • USB Socket: $30
    • Nissan Radio adaptor: $12 (Nissan part number: 68475-3U000)
    • JL 5 Channel Amplifier: 650
    • DC Power cable: $40
    • Speaker Cable: $50
    • Nissan Connector (from wreckers): $50
    • Dynamat: $320
    • JL CS5 Splits: $680
    • Apline Type R Coaxials: $160
    • Pioneer Subwoofer: $50 (second hand)
    • Ti A pillar trims: $190 (Nissan part number: 76912-VD260 and 76911-VD260)
    • Miscellaneous items (crimps, tape, cables ties, split tube, etc.): $60

    Total: $2046
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    great job and write up, thanks for the detailed instructions
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    Do you think one box of Dynamat would do the inside and outside of the front doors only?

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    Are you worried about the service holes in the doors being covered now?

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    One of the larger boxes of dyna mat should cover the front doors inside and out. The problem is that the Patrol front doors are longer than most cars, so you have to use alot more dyna mat to cover them.

    Before I covered the inside of the doors, I greased the gears for the electric windows and door locks and torqued all the bolts up. However if something does go wrong (touch wood) you can just use a hair dryer on the dyna mat to remove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex View Post
    One of the larger boxes of dyna mat should cover the front doors inside and out. The problem is that the Patrol front doors are longer than most cars, so you have to use alot more dyna mat to cover them.

    Before I covered the inside of the doors, I greased the gears for the electric windows and door locks and torqued all the bolts up. However if something does go wrong (touch wood) you can just use a hair dryer on the dyna mat to remove it.
    Thanks mate. Looking at doing this job some time so this thread has been great.

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    Doing the inside of the doors... worth the extra effort?

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