Some would think that this Dodge's assets are only skin-deep, but a peek inside the cab would reveal one of the craziest audio networks we've seen inside the confines of a custom heavy-duty. Not only does it feature four Kicker 15-inch L7 subs, two Kicker zx2500.1 amps, and an array of Kicker components, the presentation is what really attracts the eye. Each sub's chassis has been color matched, and blue backlit plexiglass can be found everywhere, which shows that Kelly went the extra mile when trying to find a worthwhile substitution for the entire rear seating area. Two 12-inch BMW monitors have been attached to a motorized track, and can be viewed and stashed with the push of a button. Kingpin Kustoms, in Dickinson, Texas, fabricated and wired the entire system that is controlled by an Alpine head unit. The audio components were carefully selected and strategically positioned and tuned in order to provide a truly unbelievable experience in fidelity. The setup won First Place in sound quality and SPL at Texas Heatwave, so don't mistake this truck for a lame, one trick pony. The A/C controls have been relocated to the front of the custom center console, and the seats have been covered with charcoal colored leather and blue 'suede for further appeal.
As anyone can see, Kelly's dualie is definitely a beast in more ways than one, and to get to this caliber, he's taken full advantage of invaluable assistance from some of the industry's top resources. Special thanks go out to Mark and Brian at Slaughter House, David Lott at DI Performance, Heath Moore at Kingpin Kustomz, Clint at ATS Diesel Performance, Kelly at Kicker, Robert at Alamo Customs, and Mickie for all the support. Be on the lookout for this truck at a show nearest you. You'll quickly learn that none of our praise is fabricated or undeserved.