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    t1990le F150 4 Sundown SA10s

    Hey guys, I finally received my two other Sundown SA10s yesterday! Im using an old box from a previous build for now untill I can build one after the holidays. The box is 24h x 58w x 9.5d and is 5.4 net after all displacements and bracing. My Total system includes: Infinity Kappa Four (150 x 4) on 2 sets of Infinity Kappa 5x7 Comps, 4 SA10s on an RD 1750.1v1 at .5ohm, 215amp alt, 3 runs of 1/0, 1 run of 4ga, and 24 runs of 8ga to every speaker in my truck. Heres some pics:











    And a small demo vid last night:

    4 Sundown SA10s Bangin! - YouTube

    Let me know what you guys think! Thanks!




    2004 Ford F-150:
    HU: Panasonic CQ-C8803U
    (4) Polk MM 6x8s, (4) Kicker CVR 10s
    RD 1750.1 & MTX BTP 504
    2 runs 1/0 Welding Cable, 8awg & 14awg speaker wire, Optima YT, Custom BP 215 amp Alt, Big 3 in 1/0




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    Re: t1990le F150 4 Sundown SA10s

    I think thats a huge box, nice use of space, and your wires look will hidden. NICE!!!

    IMO you should carpet that box would add to the look.




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    Re: t1990le F150 4 Sundown SA10s

    Quote Originally Posted by kramer_212 View Post
    I think thats a huge box, nice use of space, and your wires look will hidden. NICE!!!

    IMO you should carpet that box would add to the look.
    Thanks its actually a temp box until I can build a new one in Jan...




    2004 Ford F-150:
    HU: Panasonic CQ-C8803U
    (4) Polk MM 6x8s, (4) Kicker CVR 10s
    RD 1750.1 & MTX BTP 504
    2 runs 1/0 Welding Cable, 8awg & 14awg speaker wire, Optima YT, Custom BP 215 amp Alt, Big 3 in 1/0

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    Re: t1990le F150 4 Sundown SA10s

    Quote Originally Posted by t1990le View Post
    Thanks its actually a temp box until I can build a new one in Jan...
    at least you have moderate weather all year round its already cold as sheet up here




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    Re: t1990le F150 4 Sundown SA10s

    really looks nice , and will look evven better when your done with it !! great install




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    Re: t1990le F150 4 Sundown SA10s

    ha ha its in the low 50s right now but monday it was 74




    2004 Ford F-150:
    HU: Panasonic CQ-C8803U
    (4) Polk MM 6x8s, (4) Kicker CVR 10s
    RD 1750.1 & MTX BTP 504
    2 runs 1/0 Welding Cable, 8awg & 14awg speaker wire, Optima YT, Custom BP 215 amp Alt, Big 3 in 1/0

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