What Sub for a full size Pick up?

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  1. A468BU

    A468BU da dee dum OT Supporter

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    I'm not looking to drop a shit load of money here. I recently pt a Pioneer Z-1 in a 2002 full size extended cab pick up. I put in 6 1/2 inch Infinity Reference 6012si's in the front and 4x6 Infinity Reference 6412cfp's in the rear. It is now lacking in the bass department.

    I was looking to add a subwoofer to the system. I want it to be able to fit under the rear seat. I suppose a single 10" will do? Here is what I was looking at.

    10" Kicker enclosed Sub
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    Kicker amp

    Do you think this will be good enough? And If I do go this route should I fave the sub up or down?

    Thanks

     
  2. denim

    denim New Member

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    "Enough" is up to you, I don't know how much output you want. Will a single 10 provide decent bass for daily driving? Yes Will it blow your windows out? No
     
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    Measure how big of an enclosure you can fit under the seat and find a driver that's ideal for that much space.
     
  4. bearsdidit

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    i['m goign to assume its a chevy but i'd go with 2 12w3v3s under the seat, it sounds good.
     
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