nice.. i owned 2 x 12" W3 subs like a couple of month ago but it was in my Jeep Grand Cherokee but i traded em in for Boston Pro's because the JL's were very "boomy" and seemed to keep giving bass even when the bass has stopped in the song, so i needed a more accurate and tight sub so i got the Boston Acoustics'.
Hey hey, ho ho! Nice forum! Nice amp!!! That's a huge sucker! Make sure to get a nice low guage power wire to power that thing up. I'm sure it can be mounted to the back seat, you'll probably have to slide in a thin piece of board so you can drill in the screws...you can drill right into the metal but make sure you use rubber grommets...you don't want to ground the amp itself or else...ground noise!!!
I had added this to my favorites subscribe to it and for some reason I posted a comment that was meant to go to another thread dealing with intakes that's why my comment here might not make sense lol, in a positive note, I brought back memories for those people that have been here for a while
I just bought a new Kenwood CD deck which completes my Kenwood system. I had a panasonic deck before. It worked fine but the faceplate was douched up. Anyway I'm kinda regretting it but oh well, its done. Its a nice deck. Of course my front driver's side speaker is out. The guy said it cuts in and out but it seems like its out. So obviously something is disconnecting. But I didn't want to spend 200 bucks for him to find out. As much as I love good sound etc. Maybe down the road but I don't want to spend money on my car if I don't have too.
Thanks for the info and iv looked up a lot of stuff in here for my car but my pockets arnt quite deep enough for an eng swap but iv fond a lot of great parts for my car from andys autosports and its a work in progress Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
Here's whats inside and underneath the new Kia Forte and how it works!
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Will I be fine if I waited until I hit around 90,000 miles to change the timing belt/water pump on my 2004 Lexus? I asked on Reddit and I got mixed answers with the majority saying I should be fine if I followed the maintenance schedule, unless the timing belt show signs of cracking or loosening.
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Found this on the Rock Auto newsletter:
Repair Mistakes & Blunders
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