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    Hey,

    I have been running, for quite some time, a JBL BP600.1 to 2 bazooka EL 12's. However, my ground, as well as my power cable were both on the skimpy side, and i decided to upgrade to 4 gauge monster cable. The only problem is, when I attempted to run the new wiring it was simply too big to fit under the door mouldings where I ran the wire previously. Its almost too big to go anywhere. The install is in my 89 Honda Prelude Si, so if anyone is familiar with these cars or has one, and has any ideas on how to run the wire, please let me know. Thanks a lot.

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    Re: running wires....

    Originally posted by hillzz22
    Hey,

    I have been running, for quite some time, a JBL BP600.1 to 2 bazooka EL 12's. However, my ground, as well as my power cable were both on the skimpy side, and i decided to upgrade to 4 gauge monster cable. The only problem is, when I attempted to run the new wiring it was simply too big to fit under the door mouldings where I ran the wire previously. Its almost too big to go anywhere. The install is in my 89 Honda Prelude Si, so if anyone is familiar with these cars or has one, and has any ideas on how to run the wire, please let me know. Thanks a lot.

    -Aaron
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