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i just bought an 87 supra turbo, and i want to upgrade the speakers in the doors cuz they are shot. What are the size of the speakers in the doors and what would be a good upgrade to use. Thanks
 

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I just put new speakers in my 89 supra turbo, and the front and back speakers were 4", and I had 2 middle speakers that were 3 1/2". I put in some new 4" infinity kappa speakers and did not even put in the 3 1/2" speakers. I also got an infinity amp and sub. It sounds great.

I do know that not all the supras have the same size speakers in the back, but I,m pretty sure that your year of supra has 4" speakers in the doors.
 

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For one, you can just take off the door panel and measure for yourself or you can look in the manual, or just go to bestbuy or circuit city and go into their registry. As for the speakers themselves......it's all in what you want to spend. Sony explodes sound good for the money, as well does Polks. But might I suggest Kicker Comps for quality sound, however they are more expensive. Most quality speakers these days require an amp to power them, unless you want the speakers to blow.
 

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ok thanks, now the speakers in the back where exactly are they located, i've only had the car for 2 days and have only found the speakers in the front door panels
 

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Look behind the rear seats, they're in the plastic pillars on each side. They've got grills on 'em. Should be pretty obvious on first glance where they are.

There are 2 ways to get at them:
I.
1) Remove the screw(s) holding on the cover plate,
2) Pop off the cover plate
3) Use SHORT screw drivers to get at mount screws and expect to strip some out.

II.
1) Strip rear interior
2) Have at the speakers.

You can see that neither method is exactly fun.
 
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