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pmh61 
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http://mobile.jlaudio.com/gallery/detail.php?vehicle_id=1122
this guy has a w7 in the middle of his reg. cab truck.
downstarinc 
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ive heard 2 mtx 9500's (arguablly compairable to w7) and the car only breaks 140..so i doubt this setup hits that hard.
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w7 isnt pure SPL. its also a good driver for quality, he may not have it running +24dB at 45 hz like alot of us would lol
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Not the most impressive setup I've seen...

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I bet it sounds like poop right there beside him like that.
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Ravendarat 
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downstarinc wrote:
ive heard 2 mtx 9500's (arguablly compairable to w7) and the car only breaks 140..so i doubt this setup hits that hard.

This vehicle is going to be an example of how install makes a world of difference. Im guessing under difference circumstances this would hit louder, Unless of course he is running in Jeff's class, than thats respectable.

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blks10tt2 
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I work at Ideal Audio in Pocatello, Idaho... I just finished a bed box in my 2000 reg cab S10. I did 2 12w7's and 2 1000/1 amps.  Its soooooooooo unbelievably loud and sound quality of these woofers is amazing at the high of volumes.

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running in my class???   now that might be a slaying..as much as I love the W7, I know the L7 very well, and in SPL I would go head to head same amp 1 sub in my trunk car.....and I am 99% sure of the results
BUT..........In sq or daily driving I would trade a set of my l7's for one W7   W7 This has to be loud -- posted image.
we will get going on an SQ car very very soon, im going to pick up my newer CRX in less then 2 weeks....then the big scores will come out to play, yes, bigger then they are now...I am shooting for over 160 by the end of the year.
Who thinks I can do it, haha
I am very sure I can, its just a matter of how many subs and amps will I go through trying o get there!
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kirktcashalini 
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gl with 160, thats gunna be nuts
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Ravendarat 
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jeffchilcott wrote:
running in my class???   now that might be a slaying..as much as I love the W7, I know the L7 very well, and in SPL I would go head to head same amp 1 sub in my trunk car.....and I am 99% sure of the results
BUT..........In sq or daily driving I would trade a set of my l7's for one W7   W7 This has to be loud -- posted image.
we will get going on an SQ car very very soon, im going to pick up my newer CRX in less then 2 weeks....then the big scores will come out to play, yes, bigger then they are now...I am shooting for over 160 by the end of the year.
Who thinks I can do it, haha
I am very sure I can, its just a matter of how many subs and amps will I go through trying o get there!

What I was saying is that 2 9500's hitting 140 in your class would be respectable. I know you know your stuff and picked the L7 for a reason

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