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new build aq2200 driving a fully loaded fi bl 15

Old 04-15-2012, 08:09 PM
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new build aq2200 driving a fully loaded fi bl 15

first of all i am new to this fourm,my truck is an extended cab 2nd gen s10, im running 0/1 gage from batt, optima yellow top, still on stock altinator it a 105amp soon will be up grading to an ho alt, i have a audioque 2200 first gen, third seat has been removed i have sound deadened the roof and floor with bed liner and spray foamed all nooks and crannies also dyna mat extreme on door panals and the back of the cab wall, looking to try and get the most out of my new fi bl 15 with flatwind, cooling, extra leads dual two ohm not universal , need some help with box design id like as much spl while still being musical, mainly be playing rap dubstep drum&bass and tones, any help would be apreciated thanks
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Old 04-15-2012, 10:11 PM
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Welcome to the site ! sounds like a good set up post some pictures after the build.
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Old 04-16-2012, 05:17 AM
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I'm going to post some pics along the way, I ordered the sub just a couple days ago so I guessing it'll be close to month before I get it in the mail.
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