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ESSENTIALS

Vehicle: 2012 Toyota Sienna

Owner: Pioneer

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION:

AirRunner TC-5 air suspension

WHEELS / TIRES / BRAKES:

FIVE:AD S5:F wheels – 20 x 10 (f), 20 x 13 (r)

Yokohama S.Drive tires

EXTERIOR:

Custom wrapped design

INTERIOR:

Custom listening lounge with LED light show

AUDIO / MOBILE ELECTRONICS:

Head Unit: App Radio 2

Sub Amps: (5) GM-D8500M Mono Class D 600 watt

Midrange Amps: (3) GM-D9500F 400 watt

Subwoofers: (5) TS-W2002DC 12 inch Champion Series

Midrange Speakers: TS-D1320C component

Rear Fill: (3) TS-D6902 6x9 co-axial

Trunk Monitor: AVH-P8400BH

SPONSORS:

Five Axis

Pioneer Audio

Blender: 2012 Toyota Sienna



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