Little audio build update...
Got my Ampere Audio components installed.
Fast rings are awesome, btw
Tweeters in custom pods, slightly on/off axis
Since I tapped into the OEM wiring, I had to make a T-Harness to avoid cutting or splicing into the OEM wiring. I used a PAC LOC, ditched the LOC part and ran 2 different size speed wire bundles to/from my Rockford Fosgate DSR1.
Unmodded PAC unit
From the HU to the DSR1, I used Install Bay 18ga OFC speedwire https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004H1KAMQ/
and from the amps to the T-Harness, I used 14ga OFC speedwire I found on ebay. Since I'm running an active setup, I had to run my own wire from the 14ga at the T-Harness to the doors for my tweeters....this is where it got a lil tricky. After soldering all my connections at the harness behind the HU, I ran Knukonceptz wire from there to the front door wiring harness junctions on driver and passenger sides. I didn't want to poke holes or snake wires around the OEM plug, so I bought the required pins for the plug and ran my wiring that way....way way way cleaner than shoving wires through.
Note 39 & 41
Other side, 39 & 41
Started tuning with the DSR1 when I ran into a good deal on a Digital Designs SS5 amp SS5
. So I'm ripping out the Sundowns and going to run a single amp. Did I mention I replaced the Audison mono with a Sundown 1000D and added a 50.4? lol
To throw another wrench at all this, I was given a set of Oncore Audio components to test. https://www.oncore.audio/on6/?p_name=ON SERIES SHOP
Which means I gotta rip out all my Ampere stuff and install these. lol