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    Pull the ash tray out and there will be a screw...

    Pull the ash tray out and there will be a screw behind that, remove the screw and pull the panel. Then there's some screws for the bottom of the bezel, 2 I think. Then you've gotta pry out the air...
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    Winner!!! This guy dug up a thread that's almost...

    Winner!!! This guy dug up a thread that's almost 2 years old. At least he searched though.
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    I like the chain on the steering wheel. Keepin...

    I like the chain on the steering wheel. Keepin it gangsta.
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    Why don't you paint the logo on the bottom of the...

    Why don't you paint the logo on the bottom of the plexi? No contact = no scratches.
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    That output's probably distorting a little. The...

    That output's probably distorting a little. The only way to know is to put a scope on it.
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    That sub's not meant to be freeair, it may die...

    That sub's not meant to be freeair, it may die soon. Who knows, it might have enough pressure resistance to where it'll be okay.
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    Just go buy a bag of polyfill. Shouldn't cost...

    Just go buy a bag of polyfill. Shouldn't cost more than $5.
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    That box is super tiny. That woofer needs a lot...

    That box is super tiny. That woofer needs a lot more airspace than that to work. Have you looked at any other small enclosure subwoofers? There was a decently sized thread on this subject a few...
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    It's true. They can bypass the factory amp for...

    It's true. They can bypass the factory amp for the subs but it sounds like ***.
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    My friend Sean just posted a 157.7db with a...

    My friend Sean just posted a 157.7db with a single Sony 12" sub he bought at Wal-Mart with 4600W. :) Other than that, they suck.
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    There have been many, many exhaustive discussions...

    There have been many, many exhaustive discussions on this board where I've posted empirical evidence to back my claims. Seekand ye shall find.
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    I hate being gatigued ;)

    I hate being gatigued ;)
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    You have multiple stock amps, not just one. If...

    You have multiple stock amps, not just one.
    If you replace the factory amps with aftermarket ones, you'll be okay.
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    If nothing else, it makes it quieter on the road...

    If nothing else, it makes it quieter on the road :) I can't imagine how quiet my Jetta would be if I deadened it.
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    I see you've found that you have an amp already :)

    I see you've found that you have an amp already :)
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    It's probably the source not grounded well enough.

    It's probably the source not grounded well enough.
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    http://www.monkeyrivertown.com/images/up/flux%20ca...

    http://www.monkeyrivertown.com/images/up/flux%20capacitor.jpg
    mad power y0
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    The ground near the inputs is just an extra...

    The ground near the inputs is just an extra ground that you can run along with your interconnects to connect the ground of your source and your amp. Mezz was right, it'll usually only either help or...
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    Why not just use RAAMMAT everywhere? I did the...

    Why not just use RAAMMAT everywhere? I did the entire inside of my Corsica including the inner and outer door skins, floor, A B and C pillars, rear deck and halfway up the firewall with less than...
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    Non-soldered connections introduce voltage loss. ...

    Non-soldered connections introduce voltage loss. Lower voltage means the amp will pull more current to make the power which causes all kinds of issues. New wire will be better in the long run.
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    I didn't ask anything about heaters. You can...

    I didn't ask anything about heaters.

    You can get a cheap infra-red heater that mounts to a propane bottle for about $20 from Harbor Freight or Northern Tool. They heat up a LOT of air pretty...
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    http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a376/spawn12336/...

    http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a376/spawn12336/NewCargoAreaConcept.jpg
    Polk/Momo grilles on Infinity subs?
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    High gauge wire is 32AWG, low gauge is 4/0.

    High gauge wire is 32AWG, low gauge is 4/0.
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    If you're talking about any sort of enclosure,...

    If you're talking about any sort of enclosure, the baffle is what the driver mounts to, nothing else. You're talking about those little BS crappy foam covers. Don't get 'em, they're useless. Just...
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    I've NEVER seen that happen, even with a dead...

    I've NEVER seen that happen, even with a dead short. The worst I've seen is welding a spanner across the terminals of a 45F cap.
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