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Hello and welcome to my daily headaches! I'll start this build log off with my past setup, my current, and finally update throughout December as I work on probably the furthest this little Civic will let me go. My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshdashef1/ The Past Build: Head unit: Pioneer 80 PRS Mono Amp: Rockford Fosgate Prime 750.1 Subwoofers: Rockford Fosgate P3D4 12" (two) Kicker 4 gauge amp kit OFC Stock Electrical (alternator included) Did do the big three sometime between here and current build Prefab Box: Q-Power Box (Dual 12s) Tips: Tesa taping RCA's, Marking RCA's Low/Mid/High or similar, Big Three with loom. Wire was Sky High 1/0 OFC with some 1/2" loom I believe. Old military style terminals (DO NOT USE THESE) they cracked my battery eventually.
Robin Butler and Chris Chapman of Bass Heads Ent did an amazing job on my 2 12" PSI Platform 1 Chevy S10 Xtreme build. I could not be any happier, still have to retune and what not, but moves the windshield a bit, still figuring out what music I like to play. Subs: 2 12" PSI Platform 1 Dual 4s- Sub Amplifier: Crescendo Audio BC2000D @ 1 ohm- I am using a PAC LC1 and love it. Head unit: Pioneer Premier DEH-P510UB Mids: 8 Krome Audio KA65s Pro Audios (by Addictive Audio)- Tweeters: 4 Krome Supertweeters- Mids/Highs Amplifier(s): Rockford Fosgate 500.2 & 500.4- Electrical: 50 feet of Audio Technix 1/0 OFC. Optima Red Top under the hood, 2 C&D 138.4 amp hour batteries. 270 amp high-output alternator by Tenney Alts powder-coated black. Stinger voltage meter in dash cluster- Enclosure: amp rack, wiring done by bassheadsent.net custom enclosure design and fabrication. Kerfed and flush mounted like a boss. Before, pretty ugly mainly because of my loose rcas and unmatching batteries that came with the truck, On with the equipment:
I have one positive run to the back. Will that support a 3500d? I have a 3400 with stock under the hood. I am thinking another 3100 in the back. All grounds are to frame to avoid chopping the car up. Thanks for the help its been awhile since I been here.lol