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Old 11-08-2012, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Kicker sub enclosure

Hey all,

I've finally decided I want some bump in the trunk.. I've had the wiring done since the 1st week of ownership, but never hooked it up to anything.. I'd like to keep my trunk space so I've decided I'd like the factory Kicker enclosure and fill it with my own equipment.
Does anybody know where to get one? Ebay isn't turning up much, and I'd much prefer an empty box.

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Good luck finding what you need. One item to remember. If it came out of a Charger it won't fit in a 300. Ask me how I know.
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I thought the Challenger was the different one? The Charger looks the same in every pic I've seen.

OP you can load the factory box with a Kicker CVT10. Fits perfect. Get the 2 ohm version & bridge your amp to 2ohms.
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Nope...the first gen Charger kicker enclosure won't fit into the first gen 300 trunk....honest...it's just a wee bit too long.
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Well thanks for the tip MADDOG! I was actually using Charger in my searches.. It'd be real nice if there was a Right side enclosure too! Haha a little double action!
Well I'll just keep on my search going till I come across one..

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YOU MUST type "Mopar subwoofer" in search for it to come up.

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I'm considering buying it, but I'm not sure how much power I'll get out of a 10". I'm used to having DUAL 12 and I still have the Sony 1600 watt dual 12 box from my old 300 Limited.

In fact, if any one is interested...

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The stock amp for that woofer puts out an awesomely weak 100W. The woofer will handle up to 300W if I remember right.
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The stock amp for that woofer puts out an awesomely weak 100W. The woofer will handle up to 300W if I remember right.
They shoulda built the amp right into the enclosure and made installation simpler- plug&play to the car's battery.

Thing is most people make a sub box. I have adual 12 Sony and a dual 12 Kicker L7 in my garage.
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I used the Kicker system for a while but eventually went with a better amp, a larger sealed box and a Focal 33A sub.
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Yea I'm just looking for something small.. I originally had a dual 12" box.. But you lose 75% trunk space.. I figure I'd get this enclosure and fit the most powerful 10" I can.. Amp location elsewhere (maybe mounted on the back of the seat)..
Thanks for the help guys
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