Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Long Island, New York
And also, you can built an amp rack and hang it from the roof of the trunk so that the amp has air completly surrounding it. When its on the seats or on the sub it doesnt get as much air.
And also also. When i first got my system hooked up, my amp would do this all the time. I thought it was overheating. It was a blown fuse, and bad wiring. Fixed that, then my interior amp started doing it like a year later. Turned out to be a blown tweeter. Are you sure the thing is voerheating?
2007 Black LT coupe
35% Tint all around - Completly debadged - Side Moldings Removed
KICKER ZX 650 RMS interior amp - KICKER ZX1000 RMS Sub Amp
1 KICKER 12" L7 - All new pioneer interiors - Pioneer Avic Z2 W/ GPS
Rockford 1 Farad capcitor - Trunk, Doors, and Rear deck Dynamated - PS2 with guitar hero
Blue footwell neons - Two Alpine type S Tweeters
K&N air filter