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    trade Audio Pipe 1300 for something bigger

    I am needing something that does a min of 1,500 at 1 ohms
    Condition does not matter cause it is not going in a show car

    the AudioPipe is BNIB never installed or powered up

    I have some cash to throw in





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    Re: trade Audio Pipe 1300 for something bigger

    U should just get another one and strap them



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    Re: trade Audio Pipe 1300 for something bigger

    I agree thats why I want to buy another one...two of these on my 2 12's would be awesome.



    Running small stereos so I can haul a stroller.

    2004 Ford Focus SVT - Kenwood DDX370, JL Audio C2-525 Components, Sundown E8v1, NVX MVPA1 Mono Amp, Power Acoustik RZ2-1300D 2-Channel, Pac SWI-RC Steering Wheel Adapter

    1993 Ford Ranger (System still in progress) - Kenwood KDC-452U, E8v1 in Custom Ported Box, amplifiers and speakers still in question.

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    Re: trade Audio Pipe 1300 for something bigger

    I cannot - strapping them requires a min of 2 ohms

    My pair of dual 4's will not work




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    Re: trade Audio Pipe 1300 for something bigger

    You could always just run 1 amp to each sub instead of strapping.



    Running small stereos so I can haul a stroller.

    2004 Ford Focus SVT - Kenwood DDX370, JL Audio C2-525 Components, Sundown E8v1, NVX MVPA1 Mono Amp, Power Acoustik RZ2-1300D 2-Channel, Pac SWI-RC Steering Wheel Adapter

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    Re: trade Audio Pipe 1300 for something bigger

    I want 700 RMS + per sub

    It is funny how that works cause I havent even hooked up the amp or subs yet I already want more power.




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