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Old 01-05-2003, 06:34   #1 (permalink)
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Installing 6 inch Splits in Eb Fairmont Doors

does ne onw know how to get the 6 inch splits into the eb falcon front doors



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EBII they just bolt in as replacement for standard speakers. EBI have smaller speakers - 5.5" I think. I have the tweater mounted in the little plastic triangle near the power mirror control switch in my car.
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Before you buy them go to an audio shop with your passenger side door trim off and ask them if they can see if the speaker will clear the window.
When i had my ED the 6 inchers fit but were too deep so i had to get 5.25 splits. They were Infinity Kappa BTW.

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Good point DansEdgli. I have Pioneer (don't know the exact model #) in my EBII no worries.
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i think from memory there is about 68mm clearence between the door metal and the window when winding up and down on an ED so the EBII would be the same.

i mounted 6" splits in mine, the speaker fitted fine and i mounted the tweeters in the factory position on the dash.(under the grills near the windscreen.)


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