Amplifier Rack COOLING Panel – Filler & Upholstery – Part #2

My amplifier rack that holds three amps and a DSP is hidden behind an interior panel in this SUV in order to save cargo space and have a stealthy system install. But quite a bit of heat can build up inside the cavity, in part 2 of my cooling panel upgrade I attach all the parts I made in part 1 together. I also apply body filler to smooth the panel out and upholster using a factory match carpeting.

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