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I drive a 93 bubble caprice and I need some insight on what I want to do with my doors. I currently own an arc audio amp which will deliver about 150 watts rms a side. I am wondering if i should run 2 of the 6.5 or 6.75 mids with 1 pair of tweeters or go with 2 tweets a side? In addition I will be running image dynamics horns under the dash, which will be crossed over at about 1400hz and up. What would you guys do?
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My 92



I can prolly help you tremendously...lol I kept all my stock pieces for such an occasion.
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Did you relocate your power window controls somewhere? or how did you do handle that?
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Yea. Mine are gutted except window motor etc. Its more the extreme route but the stock skin is a good platform.

My controls were cracked and shit anyway. Havent got to a final relocate yet.
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Yours looks good but i am wanting to keep a little more stock look. Do you think I could do a couple of the the 6.5's component sets in close to the factory location or how about a single 8 or 10 and tweet down there?
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Yours looks good but i am wanting to keep a little more stock look. Do you think I could do a couple of the the 6.5's component sets in close to the factory location or how about a single 8 or 10 and tweet down there?
If ur into fabbing the panel yes a 8 or 10" will work there.

8" with a nice countersunk ring will work great.

10" gets towards tighter tolerances but will also work.

We get a nice depth at the kick there if you hadnt noticed...lol

Throw me a text at 989 254 1563....i can mock it up for you to see on the panel if youd like.

Depth is not so much a concern here.
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Yours looks good but i am wanting to keep a little more stock look. Do you think I could do a couple of the the 6.5's component sets in close to the factory location or how about a single 8 or 10 and tweet down there?
If ur into fabbing the panel yes a 8 or 10" will work there.

8" with a nice countersunk ring will work great.

10" gets towards tighter tolerances but will also work.

We get a nice depth at the kick there if you hadnt noticed...lol

Throw me a text at 989 254 1563....i can mock it up for you to see on the panel if youd like.

Depth is not so much a concern here.
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