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  1. I had problems with mine cutting out anytime i turned mine up. I’m running a JL HD 600/4 and 750//1 on a stock alternator and battery. About 4 months ago I unplugged the regulated voltage control and have not had any issues at all since then. I no longer have the fluctuating voltage, just a constant 14.
  2. Pull the knob assembly out and remove the spring that keeps it in auto on. 15 minute job.
  3. Tweets are in the factory dash location. Read below for the rest of my gear.
  4. Will be installing theses today in my ‘16 doors. The GB10 tweets were installed a few weeks ago.
  5. I originally had mine the way I suggested and it was fine for subs. I tapped into the rear speaker wire in the B pillar.
  6. If you're only adding a sub it is pointless to add a dsp.
  7. Jlaudio XD-CLRAIC2-SW I would use these and get the remote bass knob for that amp.
  8. Sound is subjective. You should decide what sounds good to you and not someone else.
  9. There is a space either above or below the molex to run new wire. It can be a PITA!!. Run a coat hanger from inside the door into the footwell and tape the new speaker wire to it and pull it thru.
  10. Depends on how serious you are about your music. Yes a processor is needed for “max” benefits such as time alignment, setting crossovers if running active and the ability to Eq everything. If you’re looking to just add a little low end to the existing setup it will work just fine.
  11. 33's on a 6" lift. Diablo tune. AFM deactivated. 1300 mile trip last weekend from Amarillo TX to central Michigan. 70-75 mph all of the way and averaged 13.2.
  12. Don't you know that you should be unique and have a black truck that's all blacked out and not have anything flashy on it?
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