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I would guess he has one @ both ends of the wire or tat th amp doesn't have an internal fuse (which would be unusual but it happens). :dunno:why is the fuse in the trunk?
I have a 150A fuse near the battery too.why is the fuse in the trunk?
Yep, I've got two, one on each end.I would guess he has one @ both ends of the wire or tat th amp doesn't have an internal fuse (which would be unusual but it happens). :dunno:
I'd suggest replacing the OEM floorboard with a piece of MDF. That is what I did. How many watts is the amp putting out? Wondering if heat will be an issue. If using MDF you may want to drill some breather holes in it somewhere to let the heat out... all depends on how much heat that amp creates.
I'm not a fan of the Mitsu plexi "windows" but its your car and would make for a fairly easy customization project :yesway:
no that's what you'd do. if you're using 1/2 or 3/8 mdf, go with 1/4 plexi. then cut the diamond shapes out of the wood, then use a router with a rabbit bit to make an inset on the back side for the plexi which you would just make slightly larger than the opening in the wood.If I was going to use the mdf, what's the best way to add some plexi?
The only thing I can think of is to cut some sort of design into the mdf (mitsu diamond, circle, pentagon, etc.) and then glueing some plexi to the bottom of the mdf.
Is there a better way to do it?