Committing to the truck, Appearance Car Audio began by looking at the room they had to work with and the product Blake already ordered. Each Kicker box was opened and the crew at Appearance got to work. Raising the rear bench seat up 3 inches, a sub box was built and installed. Housing four 8-inch Kicker L5 square subs the enclosure also features an etched Plexiglass cutout with the Appearance logo. Mounted behind the front seats is another enclosure with two Kicker amps and component crossovers. A Kicker 350.4 powers the Kicker RS-series components in the front doors and the Kicker center channel, while a Kicker 200.2 powers the rear door Kicker components. Sending huge wattage to the square subs are two Kicker 1000.1 amps. An Alpine double-DIN DVD head unit controls the monster system. All that was left to do was cover the cloth seats in black leather with red stitching and paint the dash matte black. Above all of the audio lies a suede-covered headliner with an etched Plexiglass piece featuring a menacing skull.

Appearance Car Audio proves too much audio is never a bad thing and Blake helps prove that an all-black truck can get into a magazine.