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Damn straight, thanks to my generous aunt I just scored a new, still-in the box never installed Pioneer stereo with a CD player! She wanted to put it in her old '91 Tracer, which kind of went to hell, and now that she has a '95 Chrysler Concorde she has no use for the system.

It's the Pioneer DEH-5... looks like a solid, if slightly dated, unit- but it seems to get decent reviews- I'm not an audiophile so as long as my CD's sound good I'm happy-



It came as a set with two 6x9 speakers, Pioneer TS693P, and 2 Pioneer TS163P 6 1/2" speakers. I dont think they'll fit my car, but since all 4 of my speakers are still OK it's not a huge concern. Now I gotta figure out how to install this new stereo, I'll pick up a wiring harness tomorrow and go from there. I have the Chilton manual, which should make taking the interior trim around the radio out a piece of cake (*he hopes and prays*).

So now the money I earmarked for a stereo can be used for some exhaust work- I want to get a Flowmaster Delta-Flow welded in, nice deep sound and totally unlike a fart can. Or I could be intelligent and save it for textbooks when I go back to school next month:D

Opinions? (On the stereo and how to use the $$$$)

Steve
 

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^^^ I might... but my dad wants to see if he can get them to work in my sister's Escort. Shitty stock Ford stereo:thumbdown :mad: lol... So I'm not gonna say anything about that just yet-

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Hook me up, I need 6x9's for the rear when I get the mdf template made (for rear dash, currently nothing but bare metal)

I'll take the stereo though, can't hurt

I got sony right now, and it sucks
 

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forget book go to half.com and get them there for cheap and sell your old ones back there ..... then spend it on the flow master :D
 
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