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Old 06-07-2005, 06:24 AM   #1
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I got my exhaust and subs. The exhaust is loud for a late model daily driven car, but not close to a classic machine. I also have 2 10w0 JL'* (8ohm) in a sealed box with a 400d DEI amp. The amp is a great piece of work, and a nice one for sure.

I've been offered 100 for the subs/box, and 200 for it all. Money is a lil tight, and i know i don't NEED subs, but could i stand the exhaust without them? Looking for input on this possible sale, price wise, noise wise, etc. I know the dual 8ohm subs run in a 4 ohm system, which isn't optimal for my amp (can do 400w RMS @ 2ohm bridged) so i was almost thinking of one DVC 12" later anyways.
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