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  1. #11
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    Thanks KG

    I just updated my first post with link to dwg ; dxf and pdf files of the TSB.

    DWG here ; DXF here and PDF here
    Stéphane
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    1989 Supra Saltare

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    You're a really talented/creative guy! Good work on the speaker box!!
    Former owner of a 1987 Supra Saltare. Current owner of a Malibu 23LSV.

  3. #13
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    Thank you wotan
    Your compliment really touch me !
    Stéphane
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    1989 Supra Saltare

  4. #14
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    great write-up. you make it look really easy. you've got access to some cool tools. is that where you work? if so, what do you do there (job)?

    speakers look great and i'm sure they sound great too. way to represent the Saltare in France!! (i hope that makes sense)

  5. #15
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    Thanks Salty. I recently meet the dealer of Supra boats in France, at the Paris boat show. He was impressed of the work done on my boat. He also validate that I have the only one Slatare in France. Few Pirata, and many Comp were sold here in 80'. And since 1 year, we can order the new models. I saw and walk in the SA350-550 at the show.

    I worked in a company that make TV show's Decors (I was commercial). So they have materials like Komacel (PVC foam), wood, vinyl and the CNC machine. As I leave them in good terms, I can ask for those things.
    Now I'm designer autocad in a industrial building company. I have acces here to aluminium material (The face of my speaker box, the spacer for my steering wheel), many kind of screws and some other stuff, but less than in my old comapny.
    Stéphane
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    1989 Supra Saltare

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Building your own tower speaker

    Wow! Just wow! I'm starving this page for when I'm done with the stringers. Awesome job.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG using Tapatalk 2

  7. #17
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    Thank you duckseatfree, I appreciate
    Stéphane
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    1989 Supra Saltare

  8. #18
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    Hey guys,
    A little out of the boat video, where you can hear the TSB.
    The gopro had the water sealed box, so the sound is killed by it.



    Anyway you can hear that the engine sound and the speaker sound are the same level. So believe me, those cheap speakers rocks !!!
    2 Years now since I built it : no issue. I'm not proud to admit it, but the boat sleeps outside in winter, and the tower doesn't have a cover, so the TSB met rain, snow and sun. Still working, and speakers still alive and powerful !
    Just little bit less shine on the aluminium polished face. I will re polish it this winter.
    Stéphane
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    1989 Supra Saltare

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    Have done really great work. Just awesome.

  10. #20
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    Thank you very much
    Stéphane
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    1989 Supra Saltare

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