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speaker sizes

Discussion in 'Interior' started by kevinkyang, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. kevinkyang

    kevinkyang Well-Known Member Donated!

    according to this site: http://www.modifiedlife.com/1989-toyota-celica-car-stereo-wire-diagram/
    we have 4" fronts and 5.25" rears. but what i dont know if this is for the hatches or for both....... so im not sure.
    a 5" midrange woofer was able to fit in the back nicely without any mods. the only thing is that the cover doesnt sit too well with it. broke mine trying to refit it. :banghead
  2. 1fstgts

    1fstgts Well-Known Member Staff Member Administrator Moderator Donated!

    Hmm. iirc, I only put 4's in the back as well. But its been too long.
  3. 187flatliner

    187flatliner Seat Breaker Donated!

    4" here all around...slight modding to the fronts
  4. Spiderman

    Spiderman Well-Known Member

    I have 4" all round in my liftback.

    Instead of replacing the rear ones I'm going with Stig's idea on using ACM - Aluminium Composite Material to build a new parcel shelf with some nice 6x4's.

    That wiring diagram will be handy when I put in a mechless car stereo system.
  5. eNtraxGT88

    eNtraxGT88 Well-Known Member Donated!

    for all cars, the fronts are 3.5" stock, liftback rear is 4".
  6. eNtraxGT88

    eNtraxGT88 Well-Known Member Donated!

    A little bit of a necropost...but give me a break, I haven't had a st16x for a long time now.

    Just confirmed that Fronts are 3.5". Zero modifications, just bolt on. I even reused the foam from the stock speaker because the size was dead on.

    For the rears I believe it's 4.5". Not quite 5". I bought 4" for the rears and it's too small so I'll take photos later when I redo the rears

    Here are photos of the fronts:

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  7. MattC

    MattC Well-Known Member Donated!

    Thats a huge magnet for such a small speaker! I had no idea anyone even still made 3.5" speakers..

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