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a 6" sub for bass in the sail panel?

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    a 6" sub for bass in the sail panel?

    i need a set for the sails on my ta - monsoon 7bnd equalizer HU

    bass just doesn't hit very could anymore- highs are fine so im only looking to help the bass situation.... those seems like the speakers to replace for that- whats a good recommendation?

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    welllllllll. you could replace with stockers [pending you alllready popped your originals]. Or you could add and amp and 1 or 2, 10's then replace the monsoon subs with full ranges and wire them off the rears.

    it depends on how much boom you want. I highly suggest the stealth box and amp.

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    or you can try jl audio's 6w0's. or put 8's in the sail panels with some modification, and run an amp to them.

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    make sure the subs you find are 2ohm replacements for the factory monsoon system (which you make it sound that you are keeping). I'm curious myself because both my sail panels are blown (i just replaced my door panel speakers a couple weeks ago)...

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    basically i need a reasonable temporary set up until i do a system- Ive removed my back seats already for weight reduction but am kinda not doin the whole boy racer thing anymore- im planning to put a couple 15s where the rear seats used to be and have them in some sort of fiberglass structure firing on the hatch but yeah- plans are different than what im doing right now- So ive heard of the JL6's are they expensive< and is the monsoon powerful enough for them- not trying to blow speakers again- but need more thump than what i have you know-

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    they a little over 100 bucks or so off ebay. and to get the best sound, you'll probably want to move to an aftermarked amp for them. i doubt you'll have to worry about the monsoon amp blowing them.

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