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    2004 Grand Prix gt build

    I have been searching and asking questions for a few weeks and in that length of time I started my build. I ordered my sub and the following 2 days I built the box. I still need to cut out the speaker hold, put the top on and cover in vinyl. I got my speaker also so now Im waiting to buy my amp. Im looking for a nice strong daily system and something I can turn up and get good numbers out of at a comp. Im looking for around 145db+ on 3kw+. I have all but my amp now and I just put a deposit on a hifonics colossus 3200d. I will have my box facing into the car port and sub forward without sealing off the trunk completely. I may eventually do a complete sealed trunk but as of now I have no plans of doing so.

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    I will get more pics as I install all the parts. I still need to build an amp rack but thats not going to happen until I get my amp.







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    Re: 2004 Grand Prix gt build

    subs? how big is the enclosure? any electrical upgrades?




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    Re: 2004 Grand Prix gt build

    SUB is a dc xl 15 and inclosure in 3.8 cubes 35 hrtz on a aq 3500.1 and I have a 200 amp alt and 2 batteries, all 1/0 wire




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    Re: 2004 Grand Prix gt build

    Havent been on here much but I got some things done. Installed a voltage meter, run all wire and hooked the aq and dc 15 up. I was firing the sub into the cabin and was getting a lot of cancelation so I decided to start sealing off the rear deck and deadening **** so I can get the sound I need. This thing is a beast for sure. Im running on a 100amp anl right now daily with no issues and plan to drop it down some for some meca shows. I think I can get away with a 80amp fuse and maybe a 60 on burps but not real sure if the 60 will hold up at .5 though. I also ordered a long ram cold air intake so I can put my second battery where my factory air box is.

    oh yeah I also found a 200amp alt. I had it benched and it is indeed a 200 amp alt direct bolt on









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    Re: 2004 Grand Prix gt build

    nice job so far man im actually looking to get around the same numbers on music with way less power but more cone area so we shall see



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    Re: 2004 Grand Prix gt build

    at .5 Im looking got at least 145 to 150 db. Not gonna hold my breath but would be sweet.




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    Re: 2004 Grand Prix gt build

    a 145 with a single 15 is possiable bro, i was doing it with a rd audio alpha 15 an a gp3k for 30sec in usaci's sb class last year at scrapin da coast. never new what it would do fired forward though. good luck an look forward to seeing what you get out of it i love these trunk builds.



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