I had that setup in my `13 V6 `vert. While it was nice, you have to cut & splice a couple of wires up behind the glove box for the Sync to work. I found these to be a royal PITA because the wires seem to be no thicker than a couple of human hairs, & the connection that you have to disconnect is in a tough place & when you do get it disconnected, you will find that there is not much wire length to work with. This is all in addition to being on the phone for about an hour with more than one tech from Idata, who are not the friendliest folks to deal with. You will find that this unit is not as "plug & play" as they let on. If I had to do it again, I would not touch it with a 10 foot pole. That is my experience, YMMV
Thanks for the replies to my thread ken!
Could I keep my stock head unit and get the nav, with the aftermarket subs/speakers/amp? My budget it $2-$4k..
Also do you know how I can open up my shaker door subs on the '13gt i.e. take the grille and chrome off the door subs?
Have you heard of the JL audio stealthbox? Or should I build/get built a box for 2x10s? Do you know any good quality square comp 10s that would be good for the trunk?
PS: saw this kit, but it doesn't look like the highest quality, although it is better than stock. http://www.stage3motorsports.com/CS6...grade-Kit.html
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