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ok, so I am gonna use some extra gear I have around to install in my little 93 ranger xcab that I commute with. I will use two 2 channel audison lrx amps to Power the system. A lrx2.250 bridged @ 400 w to two jl 6w3v3's under back jump seats and a lrx2.150 running front speakers. I will run rear speakers off the deck for a little fill. speakers on hand are zapco i-force 5.25 comps and hertz high energy 6.5" coax. currious what you guys think should be installed in the front doors. leaning towards the zapcos since the hertz are already installed in the back. I am using a older kenwood excelon 889 head unit. please give me some input. thanks
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i think i would install the zapco in the front if you are planning on mounting the tweet separately from the mid

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Ended up making a couple adapters to mount the zapcos in the stock location having the tweeter right above the 5.25 in the door. Honestly, these 5.25's sound pretty damn good even running them off the deck Power for now. Think this is how I will keep it, zapcos in front hertz in back. May look for a 4 or 5 channel amp instead of running the Audisons. I have a set of hertz mlk2's and a audison lrx1.1k waiting for a new car. I ran my mlk165's active with the smaller lrx's and really liked it so think I'll save them for the next build. Looking at a used arc audio fd4150. Not sure on the Power output @ 4 ohms bridged for my jl 6w3's though.
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