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I was planning on getting some Rockford Fosgate T2's in the trunk of my 2007 GT although I care about my car greatly and hearing those trunks rattle worries me. My paint is absolutely MINT to a point where I wash using a wool mitten. I was just worried that tons of bass (especially from a Rockford Fosgate T2) would damage my car. Any suggestions or experiences?
This really depends on the size amp and how many RMS your using. If their hitting hard. You're gonna fry your alternator without a cap(Capacitor). The selection of that also depends on what amp you pick. That cap will stop the massive hit of your sub and it'll say this is how much power you can have. It won't let it draw your car battery and alternator down. Headlights would flicker if that was happening. :smilie

Way too much to list. I'm broke because of it. Tuned by Blue Collar Performance.
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