From tunertricks.com March 20, 2007. 2point5 was recently contacted by a repeat customer to add a little sound and function to her new Nissan 350z, and we didn’t want to pass on the opportunity to lavish some brief attention on this vehicle, so we took on the job and got it done in about three days. The system consists of two JL Audio 10w0s, one JL 300/4, Focal 165 K2P components and a Kenwood DDX-8017 double DIN head unit with navigation and Sirius tuner. We paid attention as always to trying to utilize as little functional space as possible to make the audio system an enhancement to the vehicle without going overboard and eliminating the usefulness of cargo or storage areas. To this point, the subs were located in the empty space between the strut tower brace and trunk area and covered with a hand-fabricated fiberglass trim panel wrapped in matching vinyl to help them blend in with the vehicle’s interior. The acrylic JL grilles certainly call a little attention to the subs’ presence, but the customer definitely wanted at least a little show for her money…In that vein, we also removed the shifter trim and strut tower trim, which were painted body color along with the new trim bezel for the Kenwood unit to tie everything together. The end result - as usual - is a simple and functional system that doesn’t absolutley scream custom unless you know what to look for. Please enjoy the photos, and as always, please keep those visits coming!