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Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup


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Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 1:

-          Remove door panel, OEM speaker and OEM factory radio and insulate door panel with Dynamat.

-          Air vents are also removed in order to remove factory radio.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 2:

-          Kicker in-line fuse holder is installed.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 3:

-           The spare tire is removed and the RCA cables and power cables are ran to the rear of the car.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup
Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 4:

-          Dynamat is put into trunk to insulate from noise rattle.

-          Custom sub box and amp tray using ¾ MDF wood is planed into trunk.

-          A red LED light is also installed for effect.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 5:

-          White vinyl is placed over speaker box and amp tray to match car exterior.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 6:

-          Speaker wire that has been fed through to trunk is hooked up to Kicker subs.

-          Kicker subs are placed and mounted into speaker box.

-          The trim is wrapped in suede.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 7:

-          Custom back trim is cut to cover the gap between the trunk set up and the back seats.

-          The custom top trim is made from ¼ MDF wood and covered in suede.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

Step 8:

-          Custom fiberglass is fastened to top of trunk to mount ‘20 Hertz Audio’ logo.

Project Forte: KIA Forte Koup

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