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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-13-05, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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EF Fairmont Sub


Put a Pioneer 50x4 headunit in my EF Fairmont a while ago. While looking around I saw that there was a hole in the back tray between the speakers where the sub goes in the Ghia's. Does anyone know what size this sub is? Also would I be able to run it off the headunit without amping it? Thanks alot
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Re: EF Fairmont Sub

8inch free to air. And it will need to be amped.

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Re: EF Fairmont Sub

hey i have a ghia and with the sub and even though its shot now it was a waste of time and money if you wanna put one in. don't waste your money to buy a little sub like that. i got a sony 700watts 12 inch sub and i am running it off the ghias amp and it sounds hell good. way better then the little piss weak factor sub. my freind has a ef ghia and his sub needed to be replace and he told me he had to spend hours just to get to it cause u need to pull so much off to get to it. but hey if u wanna spend the time and money on a little sub ( if bass isn't your thing) go for it, i just don't want you to be disapointed with your decision
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