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My customers are the most abusive people on the planet.  Have you had any failures at all?  We may have to try them.

I have some of those customers too. The only failures I have had so far was when we put WAY to much power into the vehicle and the customer decided he knew how to set his gains better than we did, other wise no failures what so ever.
double-secret reverse-osmosis speaker-cone-induced high-level interference distortion, Its a killer
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ok guys i did some searching and i found this sub
its free air so i would be able to cut circles out of my rear dash and mount two of them there because its a 6 inch cutout but 7 and some change for the overlap of the sb . i got all my amps to fit in the wheel well of the car will post picks later, but my new setup was to be 2 mrp-f300 and one mrp-m2000 to run my two type r subs. i know that amp is too much for those subs so im going to have o modify my amp rack no biggie. but my question is would any of you recommend cutting those circles out of my rear dash or just go with shallow subs in the doors.
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