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Talon NOAM NUTV5-s

Discussion in 'Talon 1000 Accessories and Modifications' started by Jon_MT, Jul 30, 2019.

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    Just installed the NOAM NUTV5-S system in the Talon. Sounds great but it's a nightmare to find a place to mount the amp. I had never really looked before but there is pretty much zero places to install under the dash. Had to mount it under the hood by the firewall. Hopefully, the water stays out enough.
     
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    Did you remove the colored plastic piece between the hood and the cab? There should be a decent amount of room in there near the glovebox or potentially over the glovebox. You may end up having to make yourself a bracket of some sort, but it shouldn't be too terribly bad to do.

    I'm curious to see some photos of where you mounted your components, especially their subwoofer. I've looked at it before, but am waiting it out to see what other companies offer in terms of enclosures (ideally a glovebox enclosure).
     
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    yep. I screwed it to the cage just forward of the dash. I had to move my XTC bus bar though which was installed in that location. I'll get a picture of the sub install afterwork and post it.
     
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    IMG_20190730_143527.jpg IMG_20190730_143534.jpg Here are some pictures. The center rear bracket on the roof forced me to move the sub to the side a little bit. IMG_20190730_143545.jpg
     
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    Thanks for the heads-up. Makes perfect sense that it would do as you described. I pray I don't have that issue! I road it 20 miles in 80'ish degree weather and it seemed fine but a lot of that was at highway speed.
     
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    How do yall wash/clean your buggies if you have the amps exposed? I put mine overhead in a Pelican box and it does not overheat. It's a Kicker 300/4
     
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    Really, I've never saw a truly waterproof amp? Marine water and corrosion resistant maybe, but never waterproof.
     
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    The NOAM one says to not put it where it would directly get submerged and not a place where it would get power washed.
     

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