He already had the JL Woofers and Amps...but needed speakers and a deck....oh and a place to PUT everything.
After a few revisions in our ideas, we settled on a fake rear seat setup...since it wasn't going to be used anyways.
I first made a custom fiberglass bottom to over the rear-dif area....then built the box up from there, giving me a flat surface to gauge how the amp rack was going to work.
Then I made an amp rack to cover the rear area and house the two JL amps; mono and 4 channel.
The rear speakers were easy and mounted to OEM locations. The fronts, however, were small 4x6 units and would not cut it...so I made an adapter plate and permanently made them 5.25" speakers....which I installed some Arc Audio XDI components up front which made a HUGE difference. The tweeters had to be custom modified as well...because the only spot they'd fit was on an irregular surface. So I drilled a hole, temp mounted the tweeter cup and then molded it into the door panel so it looked like it was made for the car.
The headunit was Pioneer's digital media deck which had plenty of features like Bluetooth and USB inputs and was perfect for the car and what the owner wanted.
I covered all the custom made panels in the rear with black carpet and made some small panels to make all the wires disappear.
This car BUMPED! Even for a convertible once the top was down.....overall a cool sounding autoX car :)