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  1. #11
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    Getting ready to pull rcas and such from the zld
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    So I pulled all the rcas and ground power remote for zld plus the speaker wire for the sub. Now I'll go from where I have them to where the amps will be. uploadfromtaptalk1350068426499.jpg
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    I was curious about your routing with the molded flooring.... now I see, shorter then around the front.

    I assume a sub replacement for the factory sub, is it free air?... The SA has a backing around the factory sub.
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    I'm gonna do a sealed sub. I'll make it look stock, but there will be a sealed enclosure behind it.
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    All wires pulled. Just need to do some tidying up under the floor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lewisb13 View Post
    I think I'm undecided on this issue. I might blow up the stockers first. I kind of want so see how far they can be pushed compared to the db651 I had in my 05. I'll do them eventually for sure.
    I first had db651's in my boat, the Exile blow them away.

    Chase's LSV had the stock Kickers for a few weeks, they sounded terrible, but that was without an amp - I didn't try them out with power, so I can't speak to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lewisb13 View Post
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    Getting ready to pull rcas and such from the zld
    Curious why you chose this route instead of through the bow? If you look there are actually clips in the hull to zip tie the wires up out of sight - I believe this is the factory routing. It might have been a little easier, and will certainly avoid any noise issues associated with running the RCAs over/around the fuel pump. Just food for thought incase you run into noise issues.

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    Ever heard a honda civic with a big coffee can tailpipe rev up compared to a ferarri?


    I'm jealous of that channel to route wires under the floor. So much nicer than having to drill, tuck and hide while you twist and contort your body into positions that would rival most Cirque du Soleil acts.
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian ashton View Post
    Curious why you chose this route instead of through the bow? If you look there are actually clips in the hull to zip tie the wires up out of sight - I believe this is the factory routing. It might have been a little easier, and will certainly avoid any noise issues associated with running the RCAs over/around the fuel pump. Just food for thought incase you run into noise issues.
    Well a couple reasons. I wanted all the runs to be short as possible. Granted the RCAs are 20 feet no matter what, everything else I believe to be much shorter wiring. I'd have to take a picture of where I routed the wires under the floor. I basically kept the wires in between the gas tank and the front ballast tank, a good 3-4 feet from the fuel pump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ian ashton View Post
    Curious why you chose this route instead of through the bow? If you look there are actually clips in the hull to zip tie the wires up out of sight - I believe this is the factory routing. It might have been a little easier, and will certainly avoid any noise issues associated with running the RCAs over/around the fuel pump. Just food for thought incase you run into noise issues.
    Yea what he said. Running rca's with power will likely cause noise issues.


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