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When I owned my Lebaron VNT, I had the following:

Alpine 9813 HU
MB Quart Premium series 6.5 inch components
Autotek 550.2 'Stealth' series amp pushing 110x2 to the components
Focal Access Line 6x9 rears
Rockford 150s 35x2 pushing rears
Elemental Designs 12Kx 12 inch subs (2)
Rockford 350s 350 watt amp pushing subs
Mess of Knukonceptz wiring, dynamat deadening, and Lightning Audio capacitors

That was a fun system, and a goodly amount of it lives on in my other cars.

Problem with systems in turbo dodges, as far as I can tell, is that the interiors are kind of...well...crappy, and they have a tendancy to vibrate and rattle. Sound deadening is a real toughy.

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All the info here... http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/580902/4


Kenwood KDC-3011 Headunit
Boston 3½" 2 way dash speakers w/300hz bass blockers
Poineer 5¼" 2 way door speakers
Sony Xplode 5¼" 3 way rear speakers
Sony XM-D500X 1100W amp
Rockford-Fosgate 10" Punch 2 series receiving 250watts/rms each
Rockford-Fosgate 4 gauge wiring/installation kit
Rockford-Fosgate 1 Farad capacitor
Dynamat Extreme on trunk lid

The only thing that still rattles now is just my trunk lid for obvious reasons.
 

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Here is a link to a pic of my setup.

http://www.26liter.us/gallery/displayimage.php?album=39&pos=1

It consists of:
Kenwood Z828 Headunit
Sony Equalizer
Infiinity 3.5" coaxials in the dash
Polk Audio EX 6.5" Components in the Doors
Polk Audio EX 6.5" Midranges in the Doors
Polk Audio EX 5x7" Coaxials in the Rear
Four Polk Audio EX 12" Subs
Soundstream Reference 700s for the subs
Soundstream Reference 500s for the doors and dash
Soundstream Reference 200s for the rears
Two Lightning Audio 1-Farad Capacitors
2/0 Power and Ground Wire
100Amp Phoenix Gold Circuit Breaker
 

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Gz21 said:
Here is a link to a pic of my setup.

http://www.26liter.us/gallery/displayimage.php?album=39&pos=1

It consists of:
Kenwood Z828 Headunit
Sony Equalizer
Infiinity 3.5" coaxials in the dash
Polk Audio EX 6.5" Components in the Doors
Polk Audio EX 6.5" Midranges in the Doors
Polk Audio EX 5x7" Coaxials in the Rear
Four Polk Audio EX 12" Subs
Soundstream Reference 700s for the subs
Soundstream Reference 500s for the doors and dash
Soundstream Reference 200s for the rears
Two Lightning Audio 1-Farad Capacitors
2/0 Power and Ground Wire
100Amp Phoenix Gold Circuit Breaker
That's quite a sick setup you've got there, any idea what the SPL is? I bet that hits so hard but still sounds clean. Good work!
 

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That's quite a sick setup you've got there, any idea what the SPL is? I bet that hits so hard but still sounds clean. Good work!

Thanks. Not long after I put it in I went to a competition and it was like 143db. But I don't think I had the best of songs playing for that. But that is ok, I guess. Definitely does sound clean. That is more of what I like then loud.
 

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Bloody system logged me out and ate my reply.

Anyways, in a month and a half I shall have the following done:

Head Unit: Alpine CDA-7949
Signal Processor: Alpine PRA-H400 using TOSlink optical connection and fully active crossover.

Front stage:
Midbass: Canton 8" square frame woofers (forgot model number) 60-180Hz. Installed in custom door pods.
Mid: Oz 130 5¼" drivers
Tweet: Seas H535 home theatre tweeters.
Mids and tweets will be installed in custom kickpanel enclosure.

Front stage amps: Two 6 channel a/d/s PH15's, one per side, each channel bridged to a single component from the active DSP.

Sub: Beyond Audio X-One 15 in a 3.3 ft³ fibreglass/MDF enclosure tuned to 33Hz. Enclosure is built with removable port to change tuning for SPL/SQ and port block for sealed listening.
Sub amp: Tsunami db1800t.

Other stuff: Sirius Satellite radio receiver with custom molded controller in center console.
Knukoncepts wiring and connection accessories.
Rockford battery clamps and fuse distribution.
No rear fill. :)
 

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ok...well you guys definitely have some killer stuff. all I have is..

2 10" Kicker Subs
Xplod 760W for them
Cheap Kenwood deck
3 1/2" pioneer tweeters in the dash
5 1/4 Polk door speakers
5x7 exlpods
 

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Oh yeah, I forgot to mention I have about 100 sq ft of eDead and Dynamat Extreme as well as 30 sq ft of Vcomp.

When I can afford it, I'll replace the hoodliner with some special stuff.
 

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http://www.cardomain.com/ride/284034/3

I'm running.....

head unit: pioneer DEH P640
speaker amp: ppi DCX 300.4
sub amp: clarion apx 401.2
cap: power amper 1 farad
front speakers: pioneer ts-505, 5 1/4's
rear speakers: pioneer ts-a5713, 5x7's
subs: two ppi c2's 10inch 8ohms


Hit 139.2 with my old pioneer premier subs...
 
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