i would suggest buying a deck but your stock one will do if you get an adapter that hooks up to your speaker wires and has rca outputs. i do this and just turn the bass all the way down on my stick decka dn turn the amp power up so the subs hit, and a 1000 watt amp is fine. i slapped 2 15's on a thousand what amp and they were pretty nice but i dont no what watt. hope that helped
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yo man find out the rms of each speaker so youll know how much wattage to run to each.Peak wattage doesn matter.
Find a mono or 2 channel amp that has enough watts rms to run to each sub. A head unit will help with the subwoofer output.
My opinion is its easier to do it all at once, you usually have to take the dash apart to set up the subs and deck, so while you have the car already in pieces, just keep going. but you can really do it whatever way you want to
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ya dude you can run it off of a 1000 watt amp and it should be okay
you just need a new headunit already has av inputs in the back
(they look like the things on a tv)
and ya just get good wireing and ya should be fine
no. but at the very least run your rca's and remote wire (blue wire) for amp to your trunk, that way you dont need to take apart your dash again. but id just do it all at once. go get an amp 800 should be good and keep your price down. get speakers and if possible get inclosures for your car if they are available as an aftermarket, if not if i were you i would do some sound deadening and make a custom inclosure (but dont bother with that cause its not a job for beginners)the inclosures really help with the speakers sound quality. dont get suckered in by all the "oxygen free" and "gold platted" bull shit, its really basically a way to get more money and its not worth it for a basic set up. go with a cheap power cable, 8gauge will do, and always keep your ground wire (the one that goes to your body) as short as possible, no more then three feet and it wouldn't hurt to step it up a gauge. and scrape the paint off so you can bolt or screw into bare metal. as for running to power wire there will be holes in your firewall with rubber gromets in them, run your wire though there and run it don the side of your car, there should be a plastic "tray" that you un screw and run it in there past your door and the rest tuck it away. and run your power on one side and RCA's on the other. im bored sorry for the long right up you probably wont follow anway. if you do want more info pm me and il help you out