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Hi, let me first start by sayin im from St.Lucia in the Caribbean, and when it comes to car audio comps we are much different from you'll being that we don't have IASCA, etc, so we induldge in Street loud comps instead. Last year my team won, but this year we wud like to go with a different setup. here's a run down of what we had :
Subs:8 12" Pioneer 2000 SPLs ported, 2 15" earthquakes, 2 10" pioneers in a dual bandpass setup.
Mids:4 10" pioneer coaxials, 4 8" mids (dont know the brand), 2 horns (later we switched to 4 12" EVs.)
Highs:4 interfire 6x9s, 4 bullets.

All this was in a Mitsubuishi Delica, of which we stripped the back seats and took us 2 days to build boxes and install. The setup was extremely loud, and very clean (not as detailed as a pure sq system but close).

However due to my ranting and complaining, we have decided to go with a much more cleaner look. This year we will be havin a wagon. So far for subs we have 3 12" RE XXXs and are very satisfied with them. Now we wud like mids and highs help. We want to run like 4 drivers in the rear deck (6" - 8") and like a pair of tweets, and in the front doors, a pair of drivers(6" - 7") and a single tweeter in each door. So far i have decided upon the Beyma PH 35 for the highs and maybe some beymas for mids in the rear. However i would like some recommendations on speakers or drivers we can use. All recommendations or ideas are welcomed. We know that a setup like this wont be as loud as last years setup, but we want to show that u can have a very loud vehicle, that still plays clean and can still be daily driven.

Here are links of some street loud comps....these are in Barbados and trinidad but this will give u an idea of how the vehicles are setup to compete:

http://66.113.244.114/cars/photos/2001/120801/1.htm
http://66.113.244.114/cars/photos/2001/120801/3.htm
http://www.2.justbajan.com/cars/photos/2002/040902/6.htm
http://www.2.justbajan.com/cars/photos/2002/040902/9.htm

Thanx in advance guys...............
 

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I would think a few Peerless drivers (8s or 10s) would make a good choice for your mids. dont know what kind of tweets would keep up with that much sub bass and bass though...
 
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