Originally Posted by dmax8709
Put each sub on a separate ch. Or put both on one ch. It'll be the same amount of power going to the subs. U need to have everything mounted down so it won't move when ur driving.
Ok I'll move it to one Chanel now and where's the best place to drill holes? Right below the box is the gas tank...... :/
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Originally Posted by LAS97GT
Hello, just back. Just incase you still need the info: Can't recall exactly, but stock head units don't have remote hook ups. You would have to bridge the speaker wires from the nearest (low pass filter) set of speaker wires to the non-RCA input on the amp to get decent signal from the head unit. Avoid any high pass filter wires to tweeters (most rear deck speakers are designed with low pass only). I did this before I could afford a new unit.
Yes I did the same! Works great, new head unit isn't in the budget quiet yet!
CAI, SF3/X3 Tuner, 4.10 Gears, Auburn lim-slip
GT4 Rims (Summer), Stock Rims (Winter)
2 Subs, New speakers all around
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