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MTX 9500 motor

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Item(s) for Sale: MTX 9500 motor

 

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition: good condition. A little oxidized but that doesnt harm anything. Im sure it could be cleaned up. 4" coil

 

Last picture is showing what it looks like with a 15" TI basket. Basket is spoken for

 

 

 

 

 

Price: $100 shipped conus. I have plenty of Refs on CACO under the same username

 

 

 

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information: shipping free.

 

 

 

 

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We have spoke and I told you my reasoning for not dropping the price. These motors are well worth $90 shipped. Its 4" coil and like Dave @ PSI told you it can be built to handle 2500 rms.$90 shipped is the lowest I can go. Its not going to hurt my feelings to keep it.

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**** how much does it weigh


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HEADUNIT:Sony dbl din

WIRING: 8 runs of 1/0 knu gnd and pwr

BATTERIES: 1 shuriken bt80 upfront 4 in the back (soon to be 8)

COMPONETS:powerbass 3xl in front dooors powerbass xl in back doors 6.5s

AMPS: 4 powerbass xa3000d powerbass Asa 400.4

SUBS: 4 db drive plw 15s

ENCLOSURE:12.7 cubes 32hz

ALT: 150a stock for now

VEHICLE:05 chevy trailblazer sitting on 24s

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Will a standard 12 or 4 spoke basket fit this? Standard bolt patern right?

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tempting very tempting especially for the price. plus it fits in a flat rate box


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HEADUNIT:Sony dbl din

WIRING: 8 runs of 1/0 knu gnd and pwr

BATTERIES: 1 shuriken bt80 upfront 4 in the back (soon to be 8)

COMPONETS:powerbass 3xl in front dooors powerbass xl in back doors 6.5s

AMPS: 4 powerbass xa3000d powerbass Asa 400.4

SUBS: 4 db drive plw 15s

ENCLOSURE:12.7 cubes 32hz

ALT: 150a stock for now

VEHICLE:05 chevy trailblazer sitting on 24s

iTRADER FEED BACK http://www.caraudioclassifieds.org/forum/itrader.php?u=1289

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wonder if I could make a 10" out of it.

 

The 10/12 9500 motor could... If you used this motor, if even possible, the spiders wouldnt last very long :/


Deck: Pioneer 6900UB

Highs: Pioneer TS-D1730C, Focal OEM Mids (Clarion NX-3410)

Sub Stage: None (Sony ES XM-6001GXD)

Bought From: ge_off_me, Boomsday, Chemmins, impactas, Sleazebagger, NoPh33rRaCiNg, fasfocus00, 50cents, flastrongman, pborcich, ace_800, GAMEOVERCCA, Ciaonzo

Sold To: Jamesmington, Juicee, Bunkrd you, Donnie Darko, ge_off_me, destined2race, todd131, Imjtnotu, mclerico83, aimology, Audiobahn, kpetree, Souldrop

Traded With: ge_off_me, Imtjnotu, 04lariat

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wonder if I could make a 10" out of it.

 

The 10/12 9500 motor could... If you used this motor, if even possible, the spiders wouldnt last very long :/


Deck: Pioneer 6900UB

Highs: Pioneer TS-D1730C, Focal OEM Mids (Clarion NX-3410)

Sub Stage: None (Sony ES XM-6001GXD)

Bought From: ge_off_me, Boomsday, Chemmins, impactas, Sleazebagger, NoPh33rRaCiNg, fasfocus00, 50cents, flastrongman, pborcich, ace_800, GAMEOVERCCA, Ciaonzo

Sold To: Jamesmington, Juicee, Bunkrd you, Donnie Darko, ge_off_me, destined2race, todd131, Imjtnotu, mclerico83, aimology, Audiobahn, kpetree, Souldrop

Traded With: ge_off_me, Imtjnotu, 04lariat

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Would you risk shipping something like this in a flat rate box???

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