yes i have the same question too,JaCe88 said:Another great write-up, I'm guessing you replaced the speakers without adding an amplifier?... any tips on picking speakers (both front and rear) to replace stock ones?
Component speakers are the way to go in the front. As for the rear, coaxial speakers are good enough.JaCe88 said:Another great write-up, I'm guessing you replaced the speakers without adding an amplifier?... any tips on picking speakers (both front and rear) to replace stock ones?
In the rear those aren't a direct fit, but I've read that installing a 6.5" speaker in the rears is doable if you are willing to make some minor modifications to the metal in your trunk. This individual claimed some time with a dremel was all they needed. It probably wouldn't be that hard.Navid said:yes i have the same question too,
i was wondering if i could use these: http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pna/v3/pg/product/details/0,,2076_310069904_189562749,00.html
StyleZ said:i got alpine type r`s but i cant get them to fit because they have some bars going across running into the speaker. anybody know how to work around that?
That's not entirely true. It must have been a good fit with the specific speakers you got. i put in a new pair last night. (Infinity 6022i)ipod said:Installation is a breeze and took me less than one hour. Just remove the stock speakers and replace with new ones. No cutting required at all - the new speakers fit perfectly.
Thanks, i just picked some up from Bestbuy yesterday.WVUeers said: