A good amp and sub in the trunk (around $300) with a Shaker 500 will kill a 1000.... And installs very easily in an hour or two:gringreen
Not taking anything away from the 1000 cause it sounds really good, just a headache considering the end result is still a factory sub.
So many to choose from, I would say that it depends on the quality of sound you want and what brand you are partial to. I am running a single Kicker Comp VR 12 and a Kicker 300 watt mono amp. Sounds very good and adds a deep quality bass, but does not overpower the rest of the sytem which is stock. I also used the optional remote gain control, since some music has much more bass than others. I tried many different configurations, but the best sound came from the sub firing toward the rear of the car. This caused some rattle initially, but a few pieces of dynomat fixed that.ive been thinking about doing mine and adding a touch screen
what kind of aftermarket sub and amp do you recommend ?