if you're spending so much already...i wouldn't leave my speakers stock. and with the two W7's...you're gonna need some good speakers to balance the bass...IMO you should get the 10W7's...supposedly the best of the lineup
ya so could you guys like post some examples??? i was thinking about the JL XR650-CSi...o and one more thing how many speakers would i need and what size??? o and for the amp i was thinking JL 450/4...
Read some of my other posts on this topic to learn about the feasibilty of what you are planning. For whatever reason, I cannot link them.
The cliff note would be, you stock charging system will not be able to support the 160 amps of current to generate 2000 Watts @ 12.5 Volts. I didn't see an upgraded alternator on the list. Keeping the stock speakers would be pretty asstastic. PM me if you have any questions about JL Audio product.
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This is jus an idea, but do you think this sound system would work/is good??? thanks in advance...
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DUDE, forget the sound system, the stock is good enough for now, get some rims and a drop with all that money you r going to spend, sheet you will be able to get an Intake, AND exhaust with all that..dude seriously, go with the mods first
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Sorry about your grandfather passing away but that's nice that he left you that huge chunk of cash! Get a turbo!!! And that system will be hot, I hope you arn't planning on actually USING your trunk after all this sh!t gets put in!
nope theres room in the backseat to be used as a trunk...and i can buya turbo ive been saving up some of my own money for bout 3 years now and hav round 7,500 and thats going for all the performance mods and styling mods...
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