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    JL Audio stealth box installed!

    just got done installing a JL Audio stealth box with the 10' w6v2, it sounds amazing. Powering it with a cheap Sony amp for now when i get the money gonna get the JL amp. But after spending 700 bucks on the sub didn't have the 600 for the amp lol. It still hits hard like there is 2 subs back there and i lost almost no trunk space. Recommend this sub to any one looking for a lot of bass in a small area. Also found a easy way to run the amp wire if anyone is interested?


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    We have been using these stealthboxes for many customers at our shop and the results have been great. If you look in the for sale section I have a JLG6600 6 channel amp, only one month old for sale!! Its a $900 amp and can run 300w rms to your sub (perfect for a w6) and 75w to all 4 of your speakers!

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    sounds like a great amp i will have to check it out but for now i am broke. i have a 4 channel jl amp powering the rest of my speakers right now also. Thanks for the info though one amp would be so easier


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    when are they making one for for 08-09?
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    I have not heard anything from JL yet, I will call the rep and ask tomorrow.
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    Hey, I've been trying to figure out how I'm going to install subwoofer(s) myself to save money on installation. I know I'm going to need an amp, the wiring, and the sub(s). Has anyone done a job themselves that could share some info or point me towards a video I can buy or something?

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    The easiest and safest way i found to run a amp wire is to start by removing the battery, you'll see a yellow fender well bezel with a harness running through it with plenty of room for more wire that leads into the driver side fender. Jack the driver side up and lower the fender liner. Follow that harness to where it runs into a black rubber fire wall bushing. It also has the hood release cable in it. Poke a hole in the bushing and fish your wire into the passenger compartment. Once snug Zip tie the amp cable to the harness in the fender well and reinstall the fender liner. If you mount the amp under the seat remove the driver door sill lead the cable to under the seat. Be careful with removing the seat if you have side air bags make sure the battery has been disconnected for 10 min first to allow the RCM to power down. If you mount the amp in the trunk remove the lower half of the rear seat by removing the 2 bolts below it and raising straight up and the rear door sill panel. Lead the Amp wire under the carpet near the sill wall and up the on top of the seat well then into the trunk. For the R/C jacks that go in the radio you can run them the same path up the driver side secure it under the dash on the driver side and into the back of your radio. For a ground under the seat you can use a seat bolt and for in the trunk find a good metal surface or a nut to the rear struts. If you need any more help just ask.


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