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Item for Sale: Fi Q 15" Dual 2 Ohm; Pre-09 Motor structure with newer recone

Specs: 1000 RMS, with new recone should be more. Sewn Leads, Extra Spiders, White DC, Copper Coil

Description: Have had this sub for a while in my girl's car on 700 watts. Always ran this woofer in a 2.5 cu. Ft sealed enclosure. Great Sounding Sub. The recone in it is about 2 years old, but suspension is still holding strong and woofer is still in great condition. Nothing to hide here, pen marker not even burned off of coil as of yet.

Sad to see this go, but trying to fund for an alt and buy my girl a 12 or 10" woofer for her new car. Coils still read 1.6 on both sides. Never abused.

Price: 175$ shipped and insured to CONUS

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Was in process of editing to make sure I had right link off photobucket. Its there now =]

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If I didn't get the Xmas layoff this year I would want this. Friend has 2 pre 09 q's. One 12 one 15. Someday were gonna get a pair lol.

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I was looking for a second myself for awhile, but then I found the zcon...

My girl loved this woofer, as did I. Pretty cool vid of it here:

http://youtu.be/umFJWKCRudY

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If you had a pair I would jump on it :( looking for a pair of 15's that work well sealed. "SQL"/SQ

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