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Old 02-28-2005, 01:20 AM   #71
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I got Pioneer Deck... 200 watt RMS... Front Stock 5.25( :( )2 10'' subs 600 watt amp... its ok nothing to get worked up about
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I have a 1990 SSE with Pioneer deh-p8400mp deck, added a crossover to the factory speakers and powered them with a 200 watt kewood amp(been working good for over a year and the sound a lot better than the jl evolutions I had installed), put some pioneer 6x9 in the rear deck, added a orion mbr70 isolator to the trunk with a yellow top battery, then I installed a xtant 1001 mono amp, wedged my subs in the trunk with two boxes. I have 3 12w6 in 1st box (I still had room?) so I added 3 15w6 in the trunk with them. sounds great although I broke my spoiler. I found out by accident that you can fit a 140 amp alternator off a cadillac on a 3800 if you remove the screws and rotate it 180 degrees.
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I have a 1990 SSE with Pioneer deh-p8400mp deck, added a crossover to the factory speakers and powered them with a 200 watt kewood amp(been working good for over a year and the sound a lot better than the jl evolutions I had installed), put some pioneer 6x9 in the rear deck, added a orion mbr70 isolator to the trunk with a yellow top battery, then I installed a xtant 1001 mono amp, wedged my subs in the trunk with two boxes. I have 3 12w6 in 1st box (I still had room?) so I added 3 15w6 in the trunk with them. sounds great although I broke my spoiler. I found out by accident that you can fit a 140 amp alternator off a cadillac on a 3800 if you remove the screws and rotate it 180 degrees.
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I have a 1990 SSE with Pioneer deh-p8400mp deck, added a crossover to the factory speakers and powered them with a 200 watt kewood amp(been working good for over a year and the sound a lot better than the jl evolutions I had installed), put some pioneer 6x9 in the rear deck, added a orion mbr70 isolator to the trunk with a yellow top battery, then I installed a xtant 1001 mono amp, wedged my subs in the trunk with two boxes. I have 3 12w6 in 1st box (I still had room?) so I added 3 15w6 in the trunk with them. sounds great although I broke my spoiler. I found out by accident that you can fit a 140 amp alternator off a cadillac on a 3800 if you remove the screws and rotate it 180 degrees.
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you're tell me that u have a:

battery
amp
12" sub
12" sub
12" sub
15" sub
15" sub
15" sub

in your trunk??? i dont remember bonnie trunks being THAT big
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I have a 1990 SSE with Pioneer deh-p8400mp deck, added a crossover to the factory speakers and powered them with a 200 watt kewood amp(been working good for over a year and the sound a lot better than the jl evolutions I had installed), put some pioneer 6x9 in the rear deck, added a orion mbr70 isolator to the trunk with a yellow top battery, then I installed a xtant 1001 mono amp, wedged my subs in the trunk with two boxes. I have 3 12w6 in 1st box (I still had room?) so I added 3 15w6 in the trunk with them. sounds great although I broke my spoiler. I found out by accident that you can fit a 140 amp alternator off a cadillac on a 3800 if you remove the screws and rotate it 180 degrees.
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x2...

you're tell me that u have a:

battery
amp
12" sub
12" sub
12" sub
15" sub
15" sub
15" sub

in your trunk??? i dont remember bonnie trunks being THAT big
x3 We had a hard enough time fitting my old 2 - 15'* in Ryan'* trunk. Not saying it can't be done because I've seen a bonne with 6 - 12'* in it but there must be no zero air space in his boxes.
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I have a 1990 SSE with Pioneer deh-p8400mp deck, added a crossover to the factory speakers and powered them with a 200 watt kewood amp(been working good for over a year and the sound a lot better than the jl evolutions I had installed), put some pioneer 6x9 in the rear deck, added a orion mbr70 isolator to the trunk with a yellow top battery, then I installed a xtant 1001 mono amp, wedged my subs in the trunk with two boxes. I have 3 12w6 in 1st box (I still had room?) so I added 3 15w6 in the trunk with them. sounds great although I broke my spoiler. I found out by accident that you can fit a 140 amp alternator off a cadillac on a 3800 if you remove the screws and rotate it 180 degrees.
Pics?
x2...

you're tell me that u have a:

battery
amp
12" sub
12" sub
12" sub
15" sub
15" sub
15" sub

in your trunk??? i dont remember bonnie trunks being THAT big
x3 We had a hard enough time fitting my old 2 - 15'* in Ryan'* trunk. Not saying it can't be done because I've seen a bonne with 6 - 12'* in it but there must be no zero air space in his boxes.
thats right no trunk space at all,
luckily I don't need much for sealed boxes.
3 - 12'* 3-15'* 1 kenwood amp for mid/highs 1 xtant 1001 for subs, 1 optima battery

I will post a pic as soon as get my camera working again!
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I know it'* totally possible. Both the 12w6 and 15w6'* sealed box is supposed to be 1.25 cubic feet. Thats not too much.
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