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If you have keyless start, the push button won't work until that sensor is plugged in as well.
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Re: Starting my build

Just watched a video on setting up the 3sixty.. a bit much for me

Was curious if anyone knows if the factory sub box can be opened up for a 10" sub? i have 2 kickers laying around that are new from my last vette.. wouldn't mind stuffing one in
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Re: Starting my build

We started up the engine with the back lift gate open and apparently that threw out the computer and we had a code;did a scanner reflash closed the gate started the truck and everything back to normal. Thanks for everybody's help
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There looks to be some significant work done here. I have a question for those that have explored. Does anyone know the exact OD of the factory tweeter? I'm trying to find out if a 44.5mm OD tweeter from Polk MM6501 components will fit in the original spot? Going by sswails findings it is going to be very close.

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There looks to be some significant work done here. I have a question for those that have explored. Does anyone know the exact OD of the factory tweeter? I'm trying to find out if a 44.5mm OD tweeter from Polk MM6501 components will fit in the original spot? Going by sswails findings it is going to be very close.

Any help is appreciated!
Greetings,

I have the Hybrid Autio Technologies L1 Pro R2 Tweeter in my system. The overall diameter is 58 mm and the mounting depth is 30.5 mm. It when with no troubles and no modifications. The only thing we did was to use a acoustic speaker fabric to cover it. And it sounds primo.

Good luck with your install and enjoy it.

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Thanks 1stJeepGC.
I had a look at the diagram of your tweeter and noticed the mount is quite different to the Polk (see link below - it doesn't screw in) If I could fit a ring around the mount similar Hybrid Audio Tech mount it would look much better. Not sure if could even be done though. A screw in mount off an Infinity Kappa may fit but I still would need to finish off the overlap somehow.

http://www.bewith.co.jp/polkaudio/mm...ize_mm6501.jpg
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Thanks 1stJeepGC.
I had a look at the diagram of your tweeter and noticed the mount is quite different to the Polk (see link below - it doesn't screw in) If I could fit a ring around the mount similar Hybrid Audio Tech mount it would look much better. Not sure if could even be done though. A screw in mount off an Infinity Kappa may fit but I still would need to finish off the overlap somehow.

http://www.bewith.co.jp/polkaudio/mm...ize_mm6501.jpg
Another idea. Does anyone know if the 19 speaker HK system has larger tweeter mounts in the front doors?
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Thanks 1stJeepGC.
I had a look at the diagram of your tweeter and noticed the mount is quite different to the Polk (see link below - it doesn't screw in) If I could fit a ring around the mount similar Hybrid Audio Tech mount it would look much better. Not sure if could even be done though. A screw in mount off an Infinity Kappa may fit but I still would need to finish off the overlap somehow.

http://www.bewith.co.jp/polkaudio/mm...ize_mm6501.jpg
Greetings,

Based on those dimensions, you could mount it from the inside of the housing and shave some of the metal of the tweeter ring if needed. You have 20mm in depth to work with it which is a lot easier that we had when we mounted from the inside.

The HK 19 speaker system, which is 19 speakers, the tweeter I believe is the same housing we have.

Best for now.
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Based on those dimensions, you could mount it from the inside of the housing and shave some of the metal of the tweeter ring if needed. You have 20mm in depth to work with it which is a lot easier that we had when we mounted from the inside.

The HK 19 speaker system, which is 19 speakers, the tweeter I believe is the same housing we have.

Best for now.
Thanks for that...

Are you suggesting don't use the Polk housing at all and mount it behind the original grille? I know the tweeter without the housing is 44.5mm max and the unmodified factory housing is about 40mm.
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Are you suggesting don't use the Polk housing at all and mount it behind the original grille? I know the tweeter without the housing is 44.5mm max and the unmodified factory housing is about 40mm.
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Yes, mount it from behind. A little hot glue holds my tweeter in place. We also did the same for the D pillar (rear hatch) speaker. For that speaker I used the HAT L3SE.






Hope this helps.

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Yes, mount it from behind. A little hot glue holds my tweeter in place. We also did the same for the D pillar (rear hatch) speaker. For that speaker I used the HAT L3SE.

Hope this helps.

Best for now.
Those front grilles look awesome! I must get more details on how to get some. I believe I can pick off the Polk grilles and then I could just mount them behind some of these.

We're you able to fit 3.5" in the D pillar?
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We're you able to fit 3.5" in the D pillar?
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Yes. The HAT L3SE is a 3.7" and acts like a 4". It is a full range wide-band. The HAT's are an excellent speaker in all their lines. I originally had the L3V2, but after listening to the SE in the center, I immediately switched over.

In my SQ build, I was looking at speakers for my final selections from Morel Hifi, Dls Audio and even raw drivers. I selected the HAT's because of the off-axis ability. Many of the raw drivers are from manufactures that produce them for big name companies.

I am hoping by in the next two weeks to publish all the details and pictures in a new thread. A few more things to finish and I am almost tuned.

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