|11-22-2004 11:49 PM|
|Paybax||Wow, very nice. Did you make a thread about this or an article?|
|11-22-2004 10:26 PM|
I was going to use the audiophile box when I change my system but the sub I used required more air space than the stock box would provide. It was easier to make a new box of the right size. I've posted this in the ICE section a while ago but I will post the link to what was actually done.
|11-18-2004 09:11 PM|
|svt2004||i talked to him he just brought a cheap one a walmart cause the stock one broke but he's putting box with a ten and new amp|
|11-18-2004 09:07 PM|
|svt2004||i know that my brother changed the sub in his zx3 not sure on what he put in i will ask him|
|11-18-2004 07:44 PM|
|pinacup7||Do you have to get a new headunit to power another sub? I dont want to lose the 6 disc changer|
|11-18-2004 01:59 PM|
A lot of the sound of a aftermarket sub would depend on the air-space you have in there...
I think it's a 8"sub right? There are pleanty of high quality 8" sub's on the market. ask you're local shop for ones that may work in the stocker's place...
|11-18-2004 02:48 AM|
I put a fosgate punch, stage 1 in there from crutchfield. the stock one sounded much better. tighter, and alittle boomer. me and my buddy were suprised. He's got a new EVO with the best infinity system they stick in there and its no contest, the svt is way louder and much better bass. he went and picked up a alpine deck today to replace his. lol.
Also, i had to make an adapter ring to space the sub outta the box cuz the box is too shallow. acorrding to crutcfield, they dont have a sub that is shallow enuff to fit the stock box
|11-17-2004 01:27 PM|
|11-17-2004 11:01 AM|
|lunarc||check the a/v forums... i know there are people who have done this|
|11-17-2004 10:22 AM|
|Kamui||I was wondering the same thing|
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