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VN Set Up Help

Kid_Random

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Hey guys, today i happen to go out and buy a VN Berlina Sedan for my first car, i have a few questions:

1) What size speakers are in the rear?

2) The car is on gas, just wondering if anyone has any good boot set up idea for a sedan with gas?

Thanx guys

Peace
 

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Should be 6" speakers in the rear, 4" in the front. I would just go buy a sub box for your boot, so u can remove it and get to the lpg. and justee rember have lpg AND subs isnt gonna leave you much room for anything else.
 

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ok no more should be, yes its 6 inch speakers in the back.
as for the boot what do you want? how many subs? full custom install with heaps of 'glass or a home made sub box?
 

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well i said 'should be' because i could only assume it was standard, there could of been stock lookin 6x9's in there.. who knows. and garfa dont forget he cant have to much.. he has an lpg tank inn there!
 

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tdoyle88 said:
Should be 6" speakers in the rear, 4" in the front. I would just go buy a sub box for your boot, so u can remove it and get to the lpg. and justee rember have lpg AND subs isnt gonna leave you much room for anything else.
Thanx guys with the 6" help.

tdoyle88 thast what i was thinking of doing, buying a sub box so can take it out if i need to use the boot...thanx for the advise
 

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tdoyle88 said:
well i said 'should be' because i could only assume it was standard, there could of been stock lookin 6x9's in there.. who knows. and garfa dont forget he cant have to much.. he has an lpg tank inn there!
mate really an lpg tank shouldn't pose too much of a problem to install around for an experenced bloke.
 

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yeh, but you still wont have copious amounts of room, no matter how good the installer is
 

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yeah sure, but just because there is an lpg tank in there doesn't mean a reduced system is needed. you just need to prioritise (bad spelling!) and this will always be a compromise.
 
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