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Speaker grills
Written by vtwinn61 on 3/13/2012 at 04:36 am


I recently added some 4 inch speakers to my 89. I didn't do a step by step, but
did snap a few shots and put them in an album here.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ipcrc/photos/album/763212592/pic/list

I used a 3 1/4 " holesaw and cut the grills down with tin snips to mount to the
back of the panel. I still need to paint the screw heads black, but it was
fairly easy to cut.

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craigmrihit
3/13/2012, 12:24 am
Speaker grills
Hey guys, While my PC is at the shop getting repaired, I want to determine how I'm going to go about adding speakers to the fairing. I looked and cannot find any "how to" guides. Are there off the shelf speaker grills available or will

    swiftly1...
    3/13/2012, 12:30 am
    Speaker grills
    You are on your own. Both of my PC's came with OEM grills and I put Hona marine speakers in. Dick ________________________________ From: Craig <

    obijuanak
    3/13/2012, 01:14 am
    Speaker grills
    I fabricated my own from 6" round speaker grills. Just measure cut and bend (mine stood off the panel surface by about 1/4" instead of being flush). Take your time. A final pass with black spray paint will keep them looking good. Then

    rvicke
    3/13/2012, 03:00 am
    Speaker grills
    Mine didn't have speakers, so I took the dash off, cut out the holes using the pattern laid into the plastic dash, sanded it down cleanly, and fabricated the speaker 'covers' by going to the auto junkyard and going through the cars until I fo

    gamick08
    3/13/2012, 02:37 pm
    Speaker grills
    Craig, the panel where the speaker grills go is designed to be removed, id. the goove makes the plastic there thinner than the rest of the panel. Artful use of an Xacto knife and a little finishing will do the job. For speaker grills I us