I had a 12" sub in the trunk in my 2006 GT, and I hated losing half of my trunk space. I'm wanting to replace the 8's, but local audio shops had said there was nothing I could replace them with worth spending money on, that a sub was my best option. That was before Kicker came out with the new CompRT 8's, which fit with room to spare, but they're $150 a piece and I'll need another amp.
I pulled one door panel and speaker off before the rain hit. I'll have to finish later this afternoon, but they're the factory Ford speakers. I'm leaning heavily towards the CompRT's, but I'm not sure how to go about wiring. 1 or 2 ohm Kickers, to replace the head unit or add another amp just for the two?
2007 Mustang GT 302 stroker 6060 swap, 3.73 gears, Hidden Hitch Receiver, Barton Short Throw, JBA LTs, Borla Touring Axle Back, Lito tuned SCT X4. BMR SP009, Bilsteins, J&M CC plates, J&M LCAs. 4 Piston Brembos
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