Over the weekend I picked up a few more bits for the install, the most notable thing being a 1kg SCA Fire Extinguisher, ready to mount just near the front passangers seat, using a custom bracket from David at Fusion Furniture.This will give me an extra 5 points when competing in MEASQ competitions, another requirement for MEASQ, is that you have a fuse within 45cm of your battery and the ability to break the main circuit within 30 seconds. Since I'm not very keen on smashing open fuses or cutting wire, I picked up a Heavy Duty Killswitch from Autobard (cost about $20) which will be wired up between the battery and the fuse.
The killswitch is designed to be installed in race / rally cars as a way to cut all power to the motor after a crash to prevent any leaking petrol catching on fire, therefore these switches are designed to be used quickly. The one I have is spring loaded so when you turn it "off" it cant rattle itself back "on", it also has a hole cut at the end of the handle so you can put a cable to it, and turn it off from a lever inside the cabin - very useful if you plan on starting electrical fires in your car.
Finally I picked up 4x 6.5 inch MDF speaker spacers for building the front door pods, I'm starting to regret going for 6.5 inch splits instead of 4-5inch due to sound AND space requirements, but since the speakers are already paid for and the price was right, I'm sure 2x 6.5inch in each door should be ok. There are some good tutorials on installing car audio gear into Soarers/SC300/SC400's on the forum Soarer Central, I've linked a few of them below.
Soarer Central - Running Amp Power Wires
Soarer Central - Dynamat Install + Pictures Here
Soarer Central - Removing Headunit
Hopefully speakers will arrive soon!