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i have a 2009 toyota matrix with 5% tint on the front and 2% on the back 3 windows. the tint is protecting an 18 in fi btl n2 fully loaded in a 10 cubic foot box. 8.5 after the port its on a 3000 watt monoblock poweraccoustik (soon to change) and about 30 feet of 0 awg runnin through my car

 

running mb quart coaxials and kicker components on a kicker 350.4

 

ohio generator 300 H.O alternator

 

146 db

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