New Build Advice 1969 Camaro


Bombshellbell

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Nov 25, 2019
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united states
So as I restore my camaro I decided a good system is a must. Im working with 6.5inch in each kicker along with a 1 inch tweeter, probably gonna add a single 10inch in the rear. Sub I've decided is hertz cs 250,i also have my headunit already now my question is do I get the hertz mpk 165.3 pro or the hertz ck165? Last thing is my amp the right choice? right now I'm looking at audiocontrol D-6.1200 but also considering the JL audio vx1000/5i or Pioneer gm dx975 thanks for any help I can get
 

Ds18outlet

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Dec 1, 2019
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Medford
So as I restore my camaro I decided a good system is a must. Im working with 6.5inch in each kicker along with a 1 inch tweeter, probably gonna add a single 10inch in the rear. Sub I've decided is hertz cs 250,i also have my headunit already now my question is do I get the hertz mpk 165.3 pro or the hertz ck165? Last thing is my amp the right choice? right now I'm looking at audiocontrol D-6.1200 but also considering the JL audio vx1000/5i or Pioneer gm dx975 thanks for any help I can get
Here's a system i did in a 72 Chevy Nova that is by far the nicest Nova ive ever seen. It has more 1st place awards and trophies than i can count, been featured in several magazines and has been appraised at just over $90k before the install. motor alone was $11k. Its a Nascar 355 flat track motor. Makes about 550hp at the wheels and takes 250 shots of nitrous oxide with no problem. system is a Sony mex-xb100bt deck, two Audiopipe apcl-2504 amps for mids and highs and two APCL-1800 amps strapped on two American Bass XR-10s in a sealed box with a vent in the rear deck lid that vents air into the car from the trunk and the vent is tuned to 42hz. Theres a Fosgate fanatic 6.5" component set in front and 5.25" 2way fosgate power series in the doors. 5.25" 2way fosgate power series in the rear side, 6x9 3way fosgate power series in the rear deck lid and 5.25" 2way fosgate power series in portable boxes in the trunk that can be brought out for car shows and camping. All amps are temp monitored with cooling fans and air ducted in.
 

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Bombshellbell

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Nov 25, 2019
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Here's a system i did in a 72 Chevy Nova that is by far the nicest Nova ive ever seen. It has more 1st place awards and trophies than i can count, been featured in several magazines and has been appraised at just over $90k before the install. motor alone was $11k. Its a Nascar 355 flat track motor. Makes about 550hp at the wheels and takes 250 shots of nitrous oxide with no problem. system is a Sony mex-xb100bt deck, two Audiopipe apcl-2504 amps for mids and highs and two APCL-1800 amps strapped on two American Bass XR-10s in a sealed box with a vent in the rear deck lid that vents air into the car from the trunk and the vent is tuned to 42hz. Theres a Fosgate fanatic 6.5" component set in front and 5.25" 2way fosgate power series in the doors. 5.25" 2way fosgate power series in the rear side, 6x9 3way fosgate power series in the rear deck lid and 5.25" 2way fosgate power series in portable boxes in the trunk that can be brought out for car shows and camping. All amps are temp monitored with cooling fans and air ducted in.
Wow that's a beautiful car you have there thats alot more then im looking for trying to have a sytem that is hidden but sounds good, thanks a lot though definitely gave me some ideas.
 

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