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I want to make sure that you understand that I had the Alpine System with two dash 2 1/2" (or somnething close to that) little speakers, front door 6x9" and rear upper deck 6x9. I do not have any rear door speakers or stock sub.
The reason I am telling you this, is that we were originally worried about the possible time delay with the front speakers with the reat deck speakers. Lucky for me, there was no time delay, BUT the front door speakers were Pre-Amped to mid level output and the upper dash little speakers Pre-Amped to highs, while the rear deck speakers were set to full range. If i understand you, you have the problem with not having full range to the front speakers taken care of. That is great.
It appears that you have two dash speakers, two front door speakers, two rear door speakers and two rear deck speakers along with a possible sub. I am not sure what range all the speakers have, but I would be cautious. If you run the front dash and rear doors off the stock amp then amp up the front door and rear deck, you may overrun the dash and rear door speakers, depending on the power. Reason I say this, the stock amp is only gonna deliver so much power, so without matching the power of the new amp, you are really not gaining much, from what I can tell. You will suffer with bass for sure.
I am assuming your trying to do this with some thought as to $$ being spent. I fully respect this, but i have learned the hard way to many times that doing something only part way is only putting off the rest of it. Usually costing more in the end. If I would just have a bit a of patients..... I know this is not what you want to hear, but i'm sure you have thought about this.
Here is what I would do. Get a price to do 2 4-channel amps, one for the front dash and front door, then one for the rear door and rear deck (this allows for adjustment between upper and lower speakers), add a set of seperates for the front - good mid and good tweeter - one channel to each set - then one for the rear door and rear deck (this will allow for adjustment as the front between the lower and upper speakers but also between the rear and front channels), add a set of speakers with the tweeters in the middle for each the doors and deck lid, then add a new sub, or power up the stock one with a Momo Amp. You can add the PAC Audio LOC to fix any range problems that exists.
This will not be cheap, but it would be Awesome!
I hope the best for you either way you go. I would go to a shop and just get an idea of what they think/suggest, it is thier business to know, so get that info then go from there.....