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Couldn't handle the factory stuff anymore, but also couldn't justify a full revamp, so decided to toss a couple 10s in and see how it went... I was pretty surprised! I still have to dial in the setup, but its definitely a significant gain from what it was before! The best part is everything just bolted in place without modification and had the install done in under 3 hours (did it after working a 12 hour day, so I was a bit slow and wanted to take my time with fitment and such).

Setup is the following:
Fosgate BD500 amp
Fosgate remote bass knob
Audio Control LC2 line out converter
Two Fosgate P3 Shallow subs
Q-Bomb box
China mat (knock off dynamat)
4 gauge amp kit

I need to get a shorter RCA since the amp is right next to the LC2, but otherwise it was a simple install without a hitch!






 

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I looked at that box, but they don't list any specs as far as cu/ft, or port length, or even frequency it is tuned for... Nothing.


It looks like a nice box other than those aspects. But looks vs performance gets in my way.

I have many subs and amps just sitting around, 2 10's, 2 12's, and a 13...


These box mfg's need to let people know what the box is capable of.


But for a generic box, and some pretty forgiving subs, it looks good and I am sure it sounds good to the OP.
 

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Nice! I too broke down and found a deal on some used JL stealth boxes. Thought about doing the speakers from time to the me but just don’t want to installed more amps and such haha.



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