That would probably sound good. I dont know how it would respond in a car environment though. I am betting that they would go lower than a 6x9, and if you build the right box they could be fairly loud. You will need a seperate amp to run them of course. Try building a sealed box for one and see how it sounds. A 1 cu.ft. box lined with insulation should work. The smaller the box the tighter the midbass but it wont go as low. vice versa for a larger box, smoother response and lower, but not as much midbass. Definately give it a shot.
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