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    Re: Can my car handle these two amps?

    nasty08impala would u please shut the fvck up and quit giving advice, you are retarded.



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    Re: Can my car handle these two amps?

    I guess all you 4 gauge guys should get together .. maybe start calling it the medium 3 instead of the big 3...leave that for those of us who are loud lol




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    Re: Can my car handle these two amps?

    Quote Originally Posted by B2WJ4.7 View Post
    nasty08impala would u please shut the fvck up and quit giving advice, you are retarded.
    I was only suggesting 1/0 before the op said he wasnt doing anymore upgrades on this car so get off my nvts and stick to your side of the border ..ehh




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    Re: Can my car handle these two amps?

    Quote Originally Posted by NASTY08IMPALA View Post
    Someone start a thread poll and see how.many people have their big 3 done in 4 gauge
    Ill be doing my Honda CRV in 4 ga later in the week.Ive even ran a Kinetic 600 in the rear already.Very suffecient for my needs.Though 0 ga isnt much more expensive than 4 ga taking into consideration.If planning to run more power of over 1200 watts, Id recommend 0 ga all day long, but as we all know, anything is much better that that cheasy 8/10 ga wiring.Im running 2-old school Autotek Mean Machines 66@2ohms on each Kicker CVR,@1.6cu ft @34htz ported, and will be installing a set of Cadence Mids/6.5, and a set of kicker KS25 tweeters in place of my Polk DB6.5 up front, and have Massive 6.5 mids in rear that will be powered by an Old school SStream 4ch 204,.So 4ga should be just fine for my big 3.




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    Re: Can my car handle these two amps?

    Quote Originally Posted by audiobaun View Post
    Ill be doing my Honda CRV in 4 ga later in the week.Ive even ran a Kinetic 600 in the rear already.Very suffecient for my needs.Though 0 ga isnt much more expensive than 4 ga taking into consideration.If planning to run more power of over 1200 watts, Id recommend 0 ga all day long, but as we all know, anything is much better that that cheasy 8/10 ga wiring.Im running 2-old school Autotek Mean Machines 66@2ohms on each Kicker CVR,@1.6cu ft @34htz ported, and will be installing a set of Cadence Mids/6.5, and a set of kicker KS25 tweeters in place of my Polk DB6.5 up front, and have Massive 6.5 mids in rear that will be powered by an Old school SStream 4ch 204,.So 4ga should be just fine for my big 3.
    your exactly right but if u plan on keeping the car and upgrading in the future i suggest 1/0 and thats all i was trying to tell the op and everybody jumped my ****




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    Re: Can my car handle these two amps?

    Quote Originally Posted by NASTY08IMPALA View Post
    your exactly right but if u plan on keeping the car and upgrading in the future i suggest 1/0 and thats all i was trying to tell the op and everybody jumped my ****
    Very true indeed, if planning on any more than the 12oo watts, and keeping the vehicle id do 0ga, such as my truck,as well as deadening the entire cab as well.Car audio can get very expensive as well.I just buy and use what I need/have sitting,to help save funds for other interest.i do plan on keeping the CRV for quite some time, but feel like no other upgrades will be in the future, as the system being installed will be just fine for my daily work vehicle.But 0 ga really isnt much more expensive to purchase,though the 4ga for the OP will be just fine and shouldnt pose any issues with the system being installed as stated.




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