JL Audio Stealthbox SB-T-TUNDCMAX-13TW5-DG User Manual

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I n s t a l l a t i o n G u i d e for the

SB-T-TUNDCMAX/13TW5

SKU#94410

2007-UpToyota Tundra CrewMax

This manual applies to both single and dual Stealthbox® installations.

Thank you for choosing a JL Audio Stealthbox® for your automotive sound system. With proper installation, your newvehicle-specificenclosed subwoofer system will deliver years of listening pleasure.

We strongly recommend that you have your new Stealthbox® installed by your authorized JL Audio dealer. The installation professionals employed by your dealer have the necessary tools and experience to disassemble and reassemble your vehicle properly. Also, keep in mind that your warranty coverage extends to 2 years if your system is installed or approved by your authorized JL Audio dealer. If you prefer to perform your own installation, please read this installation guide completely

before beginning the process.

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If you choose to perform the installation yourself, it is absolutely vital that the Stealthbox® be properly mounted to the vehicle according to these instructions. Failure to mount the enclosure properly presents two problems:

1)The sub-bassperformance will suffer due to the movement of the enclosure caused by the force exerted by the woofer(s).

2)A loose enclosure presents a serious safety hazard in the event of a collision or sudden deceleration.

INSTALLATION D I F F I C U LT Y :

3OUT OF

5

Estimated TIME:

2-3HOURS

S T E P 1

Remove anything stored behind the rear seats and fold both seats forward.

Test Stealthbox® for proper operation before continuing!

Using a Phillips head screwdriver remove the woofer(s) from the enclosure(s). The grille(s) do not need to be

removed from the woofer(s)! They were removed in later pictures for this document but they do not need to be.

S T E P 2

Along the outside of the plastic panel that covers the back of the cab on the drivers side, locate the seam between the back and, side panels. Line up the first (or only) enclosure with this seam.

If installing two enclosures, verify that there is adequate room between the first enclosure and the elevated part of the rear panel on the passengers side (as seen in the photo for step (1)) to fit the second enclosure.

S T E P 3

Using a 1/8" drill, use the hole in the enclosure centered behind the woofer as a guide, to drill a hole through the plastic (and only the plastic) that covers the back of the cab.

*CAUTION*

Before drilling, always make sure that you are not going to be drilling into any gas lines, brake lines, transmission lines, electrical wiring, exhaust systems or anything else that might cause a reduction in your weekly pay. Always wear eye protection when drilling.

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S T E P 4

If installing two Stealthbox® enclosures, center the second enclosure between the first and the raised portion of the rear panel. Repeat Step 3 for the second enclosure.

***Please follow safe drilling procedures***

After the guide hole is drilled, enlarge the hole in

the Stealthbox® to 3/8", this hole will eventually mount the enclosure.

S T E P 5

Remove the enclosure and ensure that the rear window of the truck is in the UP position. Using the hole that was drilled in steps 3,4 as a guide, drill a 1/8" hole through the metal panel that is behind the interior plastic panel (make

sure to drill a hole for each Stealthbox® installed). Use caution to drill only through the metal panel.

Repeat this step if installing second Stealthbox®.

***Please follow safe drilling procedures***

S T E P 6 There are two anchors for cargo in the upper corners of the rear plastic trim panel. These two anchors need to be removed in order to remove the trim panel. To remove these, pull on the outside of the anchor top section it will pull out, allowing the anchor itself to collapse and be pulled out.

S T E P 6 ( d e t a i l )

Remove the interior rear plastic trim panel. This panel is held in with push-inplastic fasteners that will pull out relatively easily when the panel itself is gently pulled from around the edges.

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S T E P 7

Enlarge the 1/8" holes previously drilled step 3 and 4 in the plastic trim to 3/8".

S T E P 8

Unplug the power harness from the rear window motor.

S T E P 9

Remove metal rear cab panel (black panel) from the inside of the truck by removing all interior bolts from perimeter.

S T E P 1 0

Now is an excellent oppurtunity to install some sound deadening material to the inside of the back of the cab of the truck. We also suggest covering the back of the metal panel that was just removed in step 9 with a sound deadening material.

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S T E P 1 1

Enlarge 1/8" hole drilled in step 5 through the metal panel to 3/8" as was done on the plastic panel. Repeat this step if installing second Stealthbox®.

S T E P 1 2

Install included hardware as shown in the picture at left and the illustration below. Repeat this step if installing second Stealthbox®.

 

S T E P 1 2 ( d e t a i l )

REMOVEABLE INTERIOR

 

REAR WALL

 

 

FENDER WASHER

FENDER WASHER

 

 

HEX NUT

HEX HEAD BOLT

LOCK WASHER

 

 

FRONT OF TRUCK

S T E P 1 3

Tighten this hardware down using either a deep-wellsocket and a wrench (as shown) or two wrenches. You want to make sure that this hardware won’t move, as this will be how the Stealthbox® is secured to the truck.

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S T E P 1 4

Reinstall rear interior metal panel, making sure the the bolt(s) that were installed in Step 13 are facing forward. Use caution so that the cable that wasun-pluggedinStep 8 does not get pinched between the removeable panel and the back of the cab. Plug the cable back in to where it was unplugged.

S T E P 1 5

Re-installthe rear plastic trim panel. We found that lining up the recently installed stud with the hole previously drilled in the panel to the outside (drivers side) made alignment easier. Ensure that all of the plastic plugs line up with their correct receptacles and press them in place. Continue towards the center of the truck. The rear panel can be installed in two pieces which may make alignment easier. Make sure that the second stud (for the second Stealthbox® if installed) and the rest of the plugs line up.

S T E P 1 6

Re-installthe two anchors that were removed inStep 6.

S T E P 1 7

If installing two Stealthboxes®, install the driver side enclosure first. Align the enclosure so that the stud goes through the previously enlarged guide hole Step 4. Start the hardware on the stud using a large fender washer close to the fiberglass, a split lock washer then the nut (seeStep 18). Be cautious not to overtighten the nut, it only needs to be snug.

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INTERIOR PLASTIC TRIM PANEL

REMOVEABLE INTERIOR

 

REAR WALL

STEALTHBOX®

 

FENDER WASHER

COMPLETED IN

 

STEP 16

HEX NUT

 

LOCK WASHER

 

FRONT OF TRUCK

S T E P 1 8

This is a cross-sectionaldrawing showing the bolt fromstep 13 also passing through the interior plastic trim panel and the Stealthbox®. The bolt then holds the Stealthbox® in place via the fender washer, split lock washer and, nut. Again, be cautious not to overtighten the nut, it only needs to be snug.

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S T E P 1 9

We suggest wiring the enclosure at this point, it will be very hard (or impossible) to access the terminal cup if the second Stealthbox® is installed. Route the wire using a safe, secure method to the amplifier location. Always ensure that wires cannot be pinched or damaged along the path to the next component.

If installing two Stealthboxes®, we suggest wiring the second enclosure before mounting as the terminals will be much more accessible than after the enclosure is mounted. Repeat steps 17-19 for the second Stealthbox®.

S T E P 2 0

Place the bottom edge of the woofer on the enclosure, attach wires to the appropriate connectors. Lean the woofer back into location and make sure that wires do not get pinched either betwen the woofer and the enclosure or the securing hardware.

S T E P 2 1

Use a sharp pointed object to align the woofer with the holes previously used to mount it, re-mountthe woofer. Use a “crossing “ pattern as ifre-mountinga repaired flat tire. If installing two Stealthbox ® enclosures, repeat this procedure in both enclosures. Again, the grilles did not need to be removed!

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S !

You have completed the installation for this model!

Enjoy your new Stealthbox®!

Please refer to the Power Recommendation section for an amplifier recommendation and basic set-uphelp.

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I N C L U D E D H A R D W A R E P E R S T E A L T H B O X ®

(1)3/8-16X 1 1/2" Hex Head Bolt

(3)3/8 X 1 1/4" Fender Washer

(2)3/8" Split Lock Washer

(2) 3/8 X 16 Hex Nut

S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

Enclosure Type: Acoustic Suspension (sealed)

Driver Type: 13TW5-3

Nominal Impedance: 3 ohms mono

Continuous Power Handling: 600 Watts

P o w e r R e c o m m e n d a t i o n

JL Audio recommends using a high quality amplifiers such as the JL Audio 500/1v2. The 500/1v2 could be used for one or, two Stealthboxes. The ideal amplifier for two enclosures is the HD750/1. The diagram below shows the recommended crossover, infrasonic filter and equalizer settings for the 500/1v2 when being used to power your Stealthbox®.

Preamp Output Section

Infrasonic Filter

"Q"

Center Freq.

Boost (dB)

Amp LP Filter

Amplifier Input Section

Subwoofer Output

Output Mode

Filter Slope

 

1.6

 

45

 

+10

Mode / Slope

Input Voltage Input Sens. Signal Sensing

 

 

 

1.1

2.7

35

55

+4

+13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0.7

 

25

70

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full Range / Amp Filter / Out Filter

12dB / 24dB

 

Off / 30Hz

0.5

4.3

20

85

0

+15

Off / 12dB / 24dB

Low / High

Off / On

 

_

_

+12VDC Ground Remote

 

65

85

Filter Mode

25

30

Bass EQ

 

 

 

 

55

65

 

+

+

 

55

 

40

 

 

 

 

85

 

 

45

120

 

18

50

 

 

 

 

Advanced

45

120

 

JL AUDIO 500/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bass

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

40

200

LP / HP

15

60

Off / On

 

 

Control

40

200

 

MONO OUTPUT ONLY

five-channelsystem amplifier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left Ch.

Right Ch.

Filter Freq. (Hz)

 

Infrasonic Freq. (Hz)

 

 

Remote Bass Port

 

 

Filter Freq. (Hz)

Left Ch.

Right Ch.

 

 

 

The JL Audio 500/1v2 and the HD750/1 are very versatile audio components. Please consult the owner’s manual for even more detailed information about installing and tuning these amplifiers.

M I D / H I G H F r e q u e n c y D r i v e r F I T M E N T

A variety of JL Audio coaxial and component systems will fit in the factory speaker locations of your vehicle.

Dash Speaker Size / JL Audio Model: 3.5” - TR350-CXi

Front Speaker Size / Location: 6”x 9” - Front Doors

Fits JL Audio Models: TR690-TXi,VR690-CXi

Rear Speaker Size / Location: 6.5” - Rear Door

Fits JL Audio Models: TR650-CXi,TR650-CSi,VR650-CXi,VR650-CSi,

C5-650,C5-650x,ZR650-CSi

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