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to total rewire or not

HEy folks, I am getting ready to conquer the mach 460 stereo in my 2000 vert. I am going to be running a 5 channel and monoblock amp to 5.25 components. After researching, it almost sounds easier to use the factory power adapter (which I had in my 97 mark Viii) and rewire everything at the same time. should i rewire or try to find the adapters??? P.S this system is not as bad as the jbl in the Mark VIII

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-08-2006
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id say if u want to get the full potental out of aftermarket speakers, and amps, rewire everything, thats what im doing with all new infinity kappa speakers and kenwood amps

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