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Bazooka Tubes

Honestly...bazooka tubes tend to sound better in single cab vehicles like trucks and hatchbacks. They will give you enough bass in a sedan, unless your goal is to wake the neighbors. I have never really been a fan of the tubes, but they do have their place in certain applications. You will probably get much better results with a single sub in the proper enclosure and adequate power. It will cost a little bit more than a bazooka, but you will like the results a whole lot more:cool:
 

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I agree with SentraStyleEMW, spend a little bit more and get better sound, its worth it over the bass tube. Ive also heard that they blow easily.
 

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Bazookas

The bazookas don't really blow easily...the problem with them is that people try to get more out of them than what they were designed for. If you only listen to them at volumes that they were designed to handle...the will last for years
 

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A 10" rockford or pioneer sub sounds nice :)

Here is my forecast:

$200 or less headunit
$100 or less monster cables

$xxx amp?
$xxx 10" sub + box

$150 rockford speakers (rear)
$100 panasonic speakers (front - the only ones that fit in the front?)

$xxx tweaters?

This is starting to sound expensive :(
 

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$200 or less headunit
$80 or less monster cables

$150-250 amp
$Rockford Fosgate Punch HE RFP3410 10" sub $79 + $30-40 box

$40-100 speakers (rear)
$40-100 speakers (front)

$20-30 tweaters?
 
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