So, the idea of doing a rear seat sub enclosure fell through (nobody local and shipping costs would have added up to over $1k!). Therefor, I've decided to go with two 10's and see how loud I can get them. I'm thinking of running an RF R1200-1D per coil, so 2400w per sub, 4800w for the pair. My initial thought was either a pair of DC LVL 4's or a pair of Sundown X's. Any other suggestions? This will be 90% music, 10% burps in the lane just for fun. Let me know any other suggestions or your opinions on what I should go with.
__________________ 2006 Mustang GT Audio:2x RF R1200-1D, 2x RF R400-4, 2x RF P1S48, 2x RF T1682c, 2x DC 12" Lvl 3 D2, 1x RF T1652-s, XS Power Batts, Toolmaker blocks, Knu wiring, Knu RCA's, custom enclosure with amp rack Performance Mods:Too many to list...
Mabye a couple sundown zss or acouple SSAXcons incriminator makes a sic lookung new sub called the Judge i would take a good look at that man.. My next set of subs will prolly be Zcons or IA Judge... or new Z.v4's lol. But check out the judge
2 12" Sundown Z.V3 Subwoofers
Infinity Reference 6.5 coax's+ Massive Audio 3 1/2's in dash
2-Crescendo BC2000.D'S strapped at 1/2 Ohm
Head Unit Pioneer DEH8300SD
Singer 275 (320 peak) Amp H.O. Alt.
Stinger OFC 0GA Power Wire & 0GA Knu Koncepts Kolassus
SSA dual inputs & terminal Distribution blocks
Big 4 done (OFC)
Extra Stinger Agm Batt. X2 (Three total)
4.5cf. Aeroported Enclosure Tuning:32HZ
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