Cyfair Auto upholstery was recruited to work on the Nissan next, as the factory Titan seats were wrapped in black vinyl and suede with contrasting blue stitching to match the black and blue bodywork and interior panels. Following the upholstery, Brian turned to John Burgess at Twisted Interiors to fill the Titan's cab with high-quality, hard-hitting audio, all without compromising the truck's utility. Hidden under the rear seats are four 10-inch Rockford Fosgate subs in a sculpted fiberglass enclosure powered by a Rockford Fosgate Power Series Mono 1500-watt amp that ingests a steady stream of power from a Kinetik cell. Midrange audio is handled by RF Power Series 6 1/2-inch components, two per door, that are mounted in custom fiberglass surrounds. Brian controls the audio through a Kenwood DNX9140 head unit and a Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty signal processor to get the perfect sound experience.
Speaking of sound, the Titan's 5.6L was given a new voice with a 3-inch diameter Magnaflow exhaust system and even more power with a Bully Dog Power Pup programmer and a K&N cold air intake. Aside from the Kinetik power call and narrow rear axle, the rest of the engine bay and drivetrain remained stock. After all, this is Brian's main source of transportation, so dependability was a must.
The Titan build has opened up another level of possibilities for Brian, as he's found new friends because of the custom truck scene. Building this truck has been a passion of his and he would like to thank all of those who helped him make this truck a reality, as it means so much to him. To all of those who lent their time and support, including: Brian's wife Brandy, RJ, Ekstensive Metalworks, Kustom Werx, Firestone, AccuAir, Bully Dog, Kinetik, Rockford Fosgate, Cyfair Auto Upholstery, John Burgess, and John Juarez.