A K-40 Laser detector/diffuser license plate frame was used to protect the rear from laser threats while the radar sensor was hidden behind the fiberglass body panel. Quick disconnect harnesses were used, so that body panels can be easily removed.
Up front, the laser diffuser was removed from the frame and stealth mounted behind a Plexiglas window in the front lip to retain a stock appearance. The radar sensor is mounted behind the fiberglass body.
Front, rear and laser warning lights were flush mounted into the steering column shroud.
The factory door speakers protruding from the door panel were a bit unsightly and would constantly get kicked. So we flushed a set of light weight Morel speakers into each door and wrapped the grills in matching Alcantera and grill cloth.
No system is complete without bass. Behind the passenger seat a light weight composite enclosure was constructed for a single down firing 10” woofer, also wrapped in matching Alcantera.
A small 4 channel amp runs the entire system and resides behind the driver’s seat.
Race control center.
This client added a Noble M400 to his fleet for the “six cylinder” category in his collection of exotics. At 460 bhp and a 2300 lb curb weight, radar and laser detection was at the top of his list of upgrades.
The Noble M400 is meant to be fast and extremely light weight, so audio upgrades must be well engineered to keep it that way.
|Source Unit||Sony CD player|
|Amplification||Rockford Fosgate P450.4|
|Component Speakers||Morel Integra Ovation XO6|
|Sub Bass||Rockford Fosgate P210S4|
|Miscellaneous Electronics||K-40 Calibre DL Remote Radar Detector with dual LD5500BT Laser Diffusers|