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Old 07-11-2006, 12:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New ICE in the trunk!:D

Getting a nice 1800watt Velocity amp next week with a pair of Velocity pro 160mm speakers...gonna blow the top of my car with it...hopeing for really great sound...also got a capacitor for the amp so it should run really nice...ill show pics as soon as it is done next week

just got one tiny weeny problem...rearspeakerholes är 130mm i got some good ideas but if anybodys done anything like it on a e34 please tell me!!

bonus: got a really nice drifting experience lastweek...my first:-)
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you should be able to squeeze them in there, you will have to cut some metal, but do-able.
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wont 1800 watts be a bit much?? I have a 300w for one 12" sub and that thing pumps!
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wait is this 1800 watts going into just the rear speakers or like a sub???
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just for the sub.
Yeah its above pain level:P but im not gonna use it 100% while driving and for daily use, but when going to championships and alike...or just when im damna ngry about something:P

will be like about 700watts of woofing in the rear...about 1800watt of subwoofing and then only about 400watts in the front...but as you all know...watts isnt such a reliable thing now a days but the mother will be pumping somecrazy sound!
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I got 1000watt rms xplod sub with two pioneer 1000w subs, You defo need a capacitor, 1.5 farad or above, so handy having the battery in the boot, you also need to put padding behind your license plate as it rattles way too much
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dang man, 1800....I had 600 on one 12w0 JL in my old Accord. That'll pound haha :lol:
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