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Old 07-06-2015, 08:44 PM   #1
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rear mach sound speaker box in v6

i bought rear speaker tray off a 01 gt today to put in my v6 mustang mainly because it have tweeter pods built in. i havent messed around with it yet but i was just wondering how can i get this back there. Is the stock v6 rear speaker bracket even removable. if not, at the price i bought it for i can easily resell.
Btw i am running all speakers to aftermarket amp
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come on i know someone can help me out
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www.flemworld.com once you're on the website, at the top you'll see a link for "Mach 460". After you click that, scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll be set with instructions.
I've been trying to figure out my system for about a week now. Pretty close to saying f-it and taking it to someone who knows what they are doing, has all the right materials and tools, and is able to do it inexpensively.

Haha a man can atleast dream.

Good luck to you.
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Aftermarket amp will not work unless you reduce the output to 4 ohms. The mach 460 system is wired in such a way as to put out 8 amps from the amplifiers but the signal is split to two speakers, each 4 ohm. I would use the factory amps to run the system and an after market amp to run after market subs only. Or replace all the speakers with aftermarket and run all new wiring to each from your after market amp. If you check around the web, you will find that the ford mach systems are unique in and unto themselves. A real pain in the arse!
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