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new subs
#1
I got 2 older 10 inch rockford punch's in a ported box. I traded a gas scooter that i payed 10 bucks for, for the subs and box. they broke the scooter after i gave them it anyway, so it worked out good. My friend is borrowing the subs, so he took a short vid and it will be up later. Not bad for ten bucks no? anyone know how much wattage they take each?
its the older model with the picture of a fist in the middle and says punch
proud owner of a 1988 Lincoln mark VII LSC

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Mods: KYB GR2's up front, Grabriels out back, drilled rotors, mac 2 1/2 h pipe, mac CAI, ford racing wires, NGK plugs, and Royal Purple oil. More to come!
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#2
Varies on the model
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#3
:nuts:


WHAT!??!
1998 BMW 328i 5 speed

H&R Touring kit 1.5" front and 1" rear

ASA AR2 17x8 and 17x9

Yokohama S Drives 225/45R17 and 245/40R17





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Quote:No i bend over quite often and take it like a man too. :lol:
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#4
edited so you can understand me
proud owner of a 1988 Lincoln mark VII LSC

[Image: daboss351.jpg]



Mods: KYB GR2's up front, Grabriels out back, drilled rotors, mac 2 1/2 h pipe, mac CAI, ford racing wires, NGK plugs, and Royal Purple oil. More to come!
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#5
Without knowing their exact model I wouldn't suggest going over 150 watts rms to each sub
1998 BMW 328i 5 speed

H&R Touring kit 1.5" front and 1" rear

ASA AR2 17x8 and 17x9

Yokohama S Drives 225/45R17 and 245/40R17





Quote:Oh thank you Tanner-boss.



Quote:No i bend over quite often and take it like a man too. :lol:
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#6
yep they are XLC's
300 watts RMS/ 600 watts peak,3 inch high temperature voice coil, boxed, 8 ohm, 88.2 dB sensitivity,4 7/8 inch mounting depth
so whats a good brand for a amp?
proud owner of a 1988 Lincoln mark VII LSC

[Image: daboss351.jpg]



Mods: KYB GR2's up front, Grabriels out back, drilled rotors, mac 2 1/2 h pipe, mac CAI, ford racing wires, NGK plugs, and Royal Purple oil. More to come!
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#7
Quote:yep they are XLC's
300 watts RMS/ 600 watts peak,3 inch high temperature voice coil, boxed, 8 ohm, 88.2 dB sensitivity,4 7/8 inch mounting depth
so whats a good brand for a amp?


Ummmm Punch :lol:
1998 BMW 328i 5 speed

H&R Touring kit 1.5" front and 1" rear

ASA AR2 17x8 and 17x9

Yokohama S Drives 225/45R17 and 245/40R17





Quote:Oh thank you Tanner-boss.



Quote:No i bend over quite often and take it like a man too. :lol:
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#8
thats a model now a brand!
so stick with rockford for the amp?
proud owner of a 1988 Lincoln mark VII LSC

[Image: daboss351.jpg]



Mods: KYB GR2's up front, Grabriels out back, drilled rotors, mac 2 1/2 h pipe, mac CAI, ford racing wires, NGK plugs, and Royal Purple oil. More to come!
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#9
Quote:thats a model now a brand!
so stick with rockford for the amp?


Rockford Fosgate Punch series



I didn't realize I needed to clarify beyond "Punch". So sorry... Confusedlap:
1998 BMW 328i 5 speed

H&R Touring kit 1.5" front and 1" rear

ASA AR2 17x8 and 17x9

Yokohama S Drives 225/45R17 and 245/40R17





Quote:Oh thank you Tanner-boss.



Quote:No i bend over quite often and take it like a man too. :lol:
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#10
i knew what you ment i was being a punk.
proud owner of a 1988 Lincoln mark VII LSC

[Image: daboss351.jpg]



Mods: KYB GR2's up front, Grabriels out back, drilled rotors, mac 2 1/2 h pipe, mac CAI, ford racing wires, NGK plugs, and Royal Purple oil. More to come!
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