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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Comments: Bought the X Feb 2012 stock. Don't make enough money to mod how i'd like, but I try and stay persistent.

Username: EsotericSYN

Make: Nissan
Year: 2005
Model: Xterra
Trim: SE (2WD)
Color: Super Black


3" Spacers
2" Shackles
1.5" AAL(coming soon)
Bilstein 4600 rear shocks(coming soon)
285/70-17 Firestone Destination A/T

Powertrain/driveline mods:
Radiator bypass mod
Torqflo/Transmission oil cooler
K&N drop in air filter
Royal Purple Oil filter
Royal Purple 5w-30 Oil

Bedlined bumper steps
Bedlined grill burger
Bedlined front lower bumper
Bedlined side moldings
Flexidipped front bumper
Flexidipped wheels
Flexidipped emblems
Plastidipped grill
Rustoleum spray tinted tail lights
Rustoleum clear coat for plastics on tail lights
Stubby Antenna
Curt hitch with Tri-ball
35w HID headlights 12000k
35w HID foglights 12000k
Flex LED license plate strip 6000k
Reverse light LED 6000k

Red LED Map lights
Red LED Dome light
Red LED Cargo light
Garmin Nuvi 50LM dash mounted
Pioneer AVH-2500BT (with bluetooth mic dash mounted)
Massive Audio N3
Massive Audio Nx2
JBL GTO938 6x9s
JBL GTO638 6.5's
Sundown Audio SA-15 d2 wired to 1 ohm
30hz Sub Box
Lots of expensive wire
LED Voltmeter
30% Front window tint

Mud flap delete
Side-step delete
Rear Sway Bar delete
Exhaust resonator

Picture Time!
Soccer Mom Status


Me, Corvette C6 z51 525hp, CTS-V 1000hp

Lifting the front
Lifting rear


LED reverse lights

LED License plate lights

New Tires. Destination A/T 285/70-17.

Pioneer AVH-2500BT and Garmin Nuvi 50LM

Believe it or not but these are all off road trails. I am not making any new ruts in any of my pictures.

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Discussion Starter #6 (Edited)
I think some updates are due here.
Yeah and some shots of the shocks you put in. :)

Haha yeah its about time. Unfortunately Chris, I was waiting until I got my AAL to slap those on. Im very excited to use them though. Trust me, I've bragged enough about the deal I got!

Onto the current updates.

Let's start with the parts

Here we have:
1 Sundown SA-15 D2 (wired to 1 ohm)
2 JBL GTO938 6x9's
2 JBL GTO638 6.5's
1 Massive Audio N3(1400wrms)
1 Massive Audio Nx2(60wrms on 4 channels)
1/0 Knuconceptz Power and Grounds
4 channel Krystal Kable RCA's by Knuconceptz
16 gauge JL audio speaker wire
12 gauge Stinger speaker wire
1 Sound Quest 1/0 ANL fuse holder
1 Sound Quest 300amp fuse
2 Sound Quest 1/0 to 4 gauge reducers

What you don't see is my sub box which is roughly 5 cubic feet ported to 30hz. I may reduce some space with some 45's. Still deciding. Oh and did I mention my box is completely bed lined? Who needs carpet in an Xterra?

First step: Remove stuff

Making some progress. Here you can see the support frame for the sub box

It all begins to come together after many hours

Not the permanent setup, but it works perfectly for what I needed.

And here we have the final product

While I know most of the members on this forum could care less about bass. I am very excited and pleased with the outcome. All genres sound crystal clear, and the bass is not over powering what so ever. I could not be happier with the outcome.

Last but not least, I want to thank Mtbx for all the help getting my parts list, and installing this.

Thanks for checking out the build.

I'll try and get some action shots soon.



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who said im not riding around bumpin? lol. got a temp setup in there right now...i think thats one reason i havent rushed to finish this thing. yeah free time not my friend at the moment.
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