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    Red Hornet
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    Micra SV
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    Front Euro Plate

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    Alpine component speakers SX-1750S 45w rms
    Pioneer MVH-X560BT
    PAC SWI-RC (steering wheel interface)
    PIONEER TSSW2002D2 Slim 8-Inch Sub 600W Max
    Kenwood KAC-5206 Amp

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    Nissan 15" Mags

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    Wheels look good.

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2015 Micra S manual: 5.0 L/100 km ... 56.5 mpg (Imp) ... 20.0 km/L ... 47.0 mpg (US) ...


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    Agreed, very nice! Do you have any other mods planned?

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    Lots of ideas, haven't decided on anything yet.
    -Sound System front to back (Single DIN will get me an extra storage shelf)(Soundproofing, but i haven't figured out the best way to do that yet)
    -Euro Spec rear headrests
    -Dead Pedal
    -Make some handy storage in the trunk
    -Fog Lamps and chrome bumper trim from the SR
    -Spoiler that doesn't affect the brake light
    Probably nothing mechanical until things start to get used.
    I'll probably powdercoat? or something the brakes.(If i'm not mistaken doesn't somebody from this site have a shop in sherbrooke or somewhere in monteregie)

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    When i was picking my car up after winter tire install.
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    Oh and that little Protex thing near my rear left side door(But on the body) was peeling a bit so they actually got the Protex guy come and change it for me. I did not expect to get this kind of service, good job Spinelli !!!

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    Cool. There's some video of that Juke in action with the Micras in one of the last posts in our Targa Newfoundland thread:

    Thread: Nissan Micras (two!) competing at Targa Newfoundland 2014

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    Hey Johnskers, how did you mount your tweeters for the alpine component speakers you have? Where did you hide the crossovers? Or are they built in on those woofers? Do you only plan on powering them with your head unit?

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    Hi, they are built in and powered by the head unit, not the best quality ever but better than stock. looking into tweeters with crossover, but my biggest concern is the size of them. I screwed the tweeter holders to the plastic trim on the door that hides the bolts for the side mirrors. the best and only spot in my opinion. Ideally the mounts should have angle so that they are facing you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnskers View Post
    Hi, they are built in and powered by the head unit, not the best quality ever but better than stock. looking into tweeters with crossover, but my biggest concern is the size of them. I screwed the tweeter holders to the plastic trim on the door that hides the bolts for the side mirrors. the best and only spot in my opinion. Ideally the mounts should have angle so that they are facing you.
    How do they fit/sound in that spot, despite the fact that the tweeter mounts aren't angled? That's exactly where i'm looking at mounting tweeters and trying to decide between using a 4-channel amp or just the head unit.



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