Got a retro sound in my 67 with 2 - 6x9's in the rear deck and the kick panel has 6-1/2" with the molded replacement kick panels (all pioneer). sounds pretty good.
For my '68 el co I went a different (and better) route since it still had its AM radio working and intact. I bought a $19.88 Dual Bluetooth/USB receiver at wal mart and mounted in the top side of the glove box. Thing is super nice for the price. has a remote too just like the retro sound. Bought a sonix repeater so I don't have to open the glove box to operate it. built 2 boxes for the $65 pioneer 6x9's and mounted in the area under the rear window. (non-issue with a car though). Bought the $7.88 tweeters at wal mart as my front speakers and mounted them just above the kick panel vent operators. Bought an antennae splitter so I can still hear AM if needed (ha) In hindsight - should have done the chevelle the same way. Blows me away the quality and price of this new sounds system stuff..
So, my multi-port fuel injection may be a problem? :surprise: I guess I have to do some research before I buy a system then. I'll have to give them a call...thanks!Use caution with the Retrosound if you have converted from points to HEI, I along with others have experienced EMI problems, I couldn't filter out the EMI and went back to points until I can figure out what is causing my Retrosound to cut out with the HEI.
So, my multi-port fuel injection may be a problem? :surprise: I guess I have to do some research before I buy a system then. I'll have to give them a call...thanks!