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Old 09-11-2011, 07:57 PM
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what sub to get?

I am thinking of getting this box XScorpion X7989-10 Dual 10" 04+ FORD F250/F350 SUPER DUTY CREW CAB Custom Subwoofer Box What subs are you guys running?
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I'm currently running 2 Memphis audio 15-MR10S4 subwoofers. They are a shallow mount 10" woofer. They sound great and need very little air space so they are perfect for going behind the seat of a super duty.
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depending on what your wanting to spend on yours you can get two jl audio 13.5in subs behind the seat and it sounds awesome. thats about as loud as your going to get back there.
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I'm currently running 2 Memphis audio 15-MR10S4 subwoofers. They are a shallow mount 10" woofer. They sound great and need very little air space so they are perfect for going behind the seat of a super duty.
What amp are you running?
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Ok think I found the setup that I want to run. What do you guys think?ROCKFORD FOSGATE FORD F250 350 CREW 04-10 DUAL 10 SUB BOX P3SD410 & P500-1BD AMP | eBay
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I am running the ported box by SPL2K (fits perfectly behind the seat) with one 12" Pioneer shallow mount. Hits hard and sounds awesome...

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I am running the JL stealthbox with a JL 500w slash amp and I love it. Fits under the backseat of my crew cab.
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Two 12" Rockford Fosgate Punch 12's powered by a Rockford Fosgate 500.1 Punch Amp... WOW!
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4 polk 10 mm series pushed by a crossfire bmf1700 it makes some noise
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1 Pioneer 12" sub and 500w Sound Ordinance amp, factory head unit. I love it, all I need to listen to country.
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