Your equipment should consist of the amplifier kit (power wire, ground wire, RCA cables, remote turn on lead [blue probably], fuse holder, etc.), you will need a line out converter. The converter will give you pair of RCA females to plug in your new length of RCAs. The power wire will go to the amplifier, making sure to use that fuse holder as close to the battery as possible. The ground you want to keep as short as possible. The remote will go to the fuse panel and it needs to be something that turns on/off with the key. set the starting point on your amp as follows: gain = 1/2 way or lower, x-over = roughly 80 hz low pass, do not bridge the amplifier unless the instructions say it can be bridged to TWO speakers, make 100% sure, I've seen more amps burn up that way.
hope that helps.
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