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Budget build help w/ idctx65cs

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Amo-cat3, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. Dec 17, 2010 at 1:02 PM
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    Amo-cat3

    Amo-cat3 [OP] Wizard Sleeve Master

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    07 TRD Blown dubcab
    TRD Supercharged 4.0 w/ 2.7" URD Pulley, APR X1, AFE Stage II intake, DT Longtubes, MBRP 2.5" dual exhaust w/ Vibrant Ultra resonator, URD Y-pipe w/ vibrant v-bands (Cat free), Walboro 255 fuel pump, SS Oil catch can, Aeroforce gauges, Icon CDC 2.5 coilover set at 3", 1.5" Alcan aal, Light racing uca, 17x8.5 Fuel Anza 4.5" backspace/-6 mm offset, m/t atz 265/70/17, scanguage 2, AMP electric steps, bed extender, Low-pro tonneau cover, 20% tinted windows/headlights/taillights, tacoma seat covers, Image dynamic sound system w/ Pinoneer avh3200 head, assrtd stickers................
    Finally doing my stereo upgrade and want to do install myself (I'm a novice, but know the basics). I have a Pioneer avh-3200 unit, Pioneer GM9500f amp which has 75w rms x4 x 4ohm, and ID ctx65cs comps on order. I'm not to picky on SQ, but just need a little more bump from my system.
    I want to amp the front components and sub and will power my stock back sperakers with headunit.

    Questions:
    1. is the amp enough to push the front components and a single sub. don't want to add another amp for sub. If so what sub do you recommend - i eventually will get a tacotunes sub enclosure for my dbl cab. i could bridge amp for fronts, but ideally want one amp overall (please don't tell me to change amps :)

    2. Which install kit to make my hookup the easiest

    3. can i just sound deaden my front doors for now. If i don't sound deaden will my truck just be a rattle snake on steroids.

    Anything else i should get to make this a painless install.
     
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