I'd recommend some SQL comps, like Massive Audio RK6's or something along those lines, that can handle alot of power and sound good doing it.
Looking for a sub, I'd go with as much cone area as you can get, so either 2 twelves or 2 15's. A couple of sundown SA-15's or SA-12's would probably get you what you're looking for.
Also, I'd run a couple sets of comps (Front and Rear) off the Lightning amp you have right now, and get a dedicated subamp maybe a MB Quart Onyx 1500.1d if you wanna save some cash, or a Sundown SAZ-1500 if you want to go all out.
Just a couple recommendations off the top of my head.
And if you are on more of a budget look into the JBL power series subs (P1222). They are cheaper and will get pretty loud off not much power.
Another option for subs is Audioque. They can be very very loud and aren't too expensive.
I could recommend hundreds of setups, but you should decide what type of system you want. 2-way plus sub, 3-way plus sub, dsp or not, install intensive or not, more bass, more midbass, rear-fill, bigger alternator, more SQ, etc.
If you are not sure then you should start reading threads and go listen to some cars to help you decide. You might not take it all in in one day, but that's how you get what you want.
Or you can name a budget and your install ability and people can guess what you would like.
Now go search and read, you will learn 10 times the information this way. A good way to search short stings of letters is google advanced search:
Since you rebuild alternators, you should have plenty of Amperage or can add a bigger alternator; good start if you want more Watts. The Lightening Audio amp is terrible, that is probably a lot of the problem. But before I can recommend a replacement, you need to be able to answer the topics I brought up in my last post.
Take your time. Go search and read. Come back and post your questions and ideas. Be thorough, not 1 or 2 sentences like usual.
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