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Breakin' it Down: 2005 Scion tC

So who did all of the work on the car? If you follow the tuning side of Scion or Pioneer at all, then it will come to no surprise that Five Axis of Huntington Beach, CA did the work. It took one month of intense labor to finish the entire build.

Breakin' it Down: 2005 Scion tCThe end result is an awesome spectacle of sight and sound, each time the car is unleashed at a D-, D-, D-, DUB event (see, I can spin!). No matter where the tour ends up, there’s always a DJ to keep onlookers entertained, and when the event is over, the car is packed up and ready to hit the road until it’s unleashed again for the next crowd.


 

 

 

 

 

Essentials

Vehicle: 2005 Scion tC

Owner: Pioneer ElectronicsBreakin' it Down: 2005 Scion tC

Location: Long Beach, California

Exterior: FIVE:AD 4-piece Aero Kit

Suspension: AirRunner System

Tires: Yokohama S.drive 235/40 R19

Wheels: 19x8.5 FIVE:AD R5:F

Interior: FIVE:AD Leather/Suede Seat Covers

Head Unit: Pioneer AVH-P4300DVD

Sub Amps: Pioneer GM-D8500M Mono block amplifiers (x2)

Midrange Amps: Pioneer GM-D9500F full range amplifiers (x2)

Subwoofers: Pioneer TS-W3002D2 (x4)

Mid Range: Pioneer TS-D6902R Speakers (x6)

DJ Equipment: Pioneer CDJ-350-W digital media players (x2) & Pioneer DJM-350-W Mixer

DJ Accessories: Pioneer S-DJO5 Monitor Speakers (x2) & Pioneer HDJ-500-W Headphones



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