CUSTOM SUBWOOFER BOX FULL SIZE FORD F-150 2006 CREW CAB KING RANCH KICKER AUDIO

The customer is back in the 2006 Ford F-150 King Ranch crew cab ! He wanted better bass sound quality , he hear some of our designed subwoofer boxes. So we removed a raptor capacitor and a support bar for the biggest box we could make him under the rear seat. The box is housing a KICKER CVX 10″D4 we had to fiberglass the rear of the box for the subwoofers magnet to fit and is tuned @ 38hzs. Always tested and mesured with only FLUKE TOOLS !!! Snap-on Tools , MATCO Tools, Cornwell Tools!!! www.facebook.com Hectors Car Audio Tint & Alarms 1391 W Hwy 77 San Benito , Tx 78586 (956) 399 – 8476 Call us ask for Hector …

DIY with Mike Stiers www.maxxsonics.com So you’ve decided to upgrade your car stereo system? A great deal of research and planning should go into this purchase since there is a lot to consider. Do you desire a nice upgrade of your factory speakers, are you looking for a Sound Quality overall of speakers, subwoofers and amplifiers, or are you designing a vision-blurring SPL machine? It is important to make a list of exactly what you are looking to replace or add to your audio system so that you can prepare your electrical system for the investment to come. Many people do not realize that their vehicles factory electrical system was not designed for aftermarket audio equipment. In fact, most factory electrical systems can only handle an audio system of 600 to 1200 watts. The lower end of the scale being the smaller vehicles and most foreign rides, and the upper end being large trucks and sport utility vehicles. As you increase demand, you need to look at upgrading your battery, alternator and most importantly your Big 3. THE BIG 3 The Big 3 consists of upgrading three wires under the hood of your vehicle. You can completely replace the three wires detailed below, or simply add additional wires to existing factory wires, the choice is yours. The existing factory wires are generally 8 gauge or smaller and are not designed for the high current demands of an aftermarket audio system. It is recommended that you use a nice insulated 0 gauge wire so that you only have to do this
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