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wish you lived closer, heck, i looked for a hole in my firewall and if its there, it's tight.

i think it was answer21 that said there should be one around my floor board area, but not sure where to even start to look. how long did that take
How long did my install take? Maybe 6 hours total between farting around and experimenting with how to mount the heads. I think I'd get it done in 4 hours or less if I had to do it again. You could try looking up where a clutch pedal would normally be mounted in your car and see if there is a large grommet or extra grommet in that area to go through. It might be hidden to the right of the master cylinder (when looking under the hood). Otherwise, I think @thebravo likes to go further over and through the fender area, then up through the door jam.

I love this car. Can't wait to see some testing videos with it driving by
I've got testing videos.....just not open to the public. LOL
 

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How long did my install take? Maybe 6 hours total between farting around and experimenting with how to mount the heads. I think I'd get it done in 4 hours or less if I had to do it again. You could try looking up where a clutch pedal would normally be mounted in your car and see if there is a large grommet or extra grommet in that area to go through. It might be hidden to the right of the master cylinder (when looking under the hood). Otherwise, I think @thebravo likes to go further over and through the fender area, then up through the door jam.



I've got testing videos.....just not open to the public. LOL
hummmm closed door testing huh???
 

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hummmm closed door testing huh???
LOL,
Not really.
I have dashcam video but it would need the GPS scrubbed before I'd release "publicly" it and I don't have the editing software. I don't have video from the shooter's perspective though.
 

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LOL,
Not really.
I have dashcam video but it would need the GPS scrubbed before I'd release "publicly" it and I don't have the editing software. I don't have video from the shooter's perspective though.
awww i see, watch out for those people trying to find out where you are. i got the same problem, but i want people to know where the monkey lives. i have a treat for them, well, seven treats, one walks in, none walk out.. bahahaha jk

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****ing cocktease
 

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Yep on all my installs I snake it under the front quarter panel and in the driver door grommet. Was able to get a single head on a rental Chevy impala done in about 20 minutes via this method. took just under an hour for a dual on my Odyssey, and about an hour on the pacifica... all done the same way.
 

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Yep on all my installs I snake it under the front quarter panel and in the driver door grommet. Was able to get a single head on a rental Chevy impala done in about 20 minutes via this method. took just under an hour for a dual on my Odyssey, and about an hour on the pacifica... all done the same way.
sounds like my best option
 

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Yep on all my installs I snake it under the front quarter panel and in the driver door grommet. Was able to get a single head on a rental Chevy impala done in about 20 minutes via this method. took just under an hour for a dual on my Odyssey, and about an hour on the pacifica... all done the same way.
WHAT?? That is fast!!!!!
 

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WHAT?? That is fast!!!!!
well my ALP power is just a 12v plug so that doesn't take any time and the heads are mounted with double sided tape so thats pretty quick (all cars had nice easy flat grills so no odd bracketing needed) and the wiring fished right through the quarter panel with a pushrod, only had to pull one trim panel on the pacifica to access the wires coming in... on the odyssey no panel removal required. dabbed on a little RTV around the cables coming in through the grommet for a little weather proofing and it's good to go.
 

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