Bronco Forum - Full Size Ford Bronco Forum banner
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

· Premium Member
1991Bronco 5.8L, w/95frontclip, 6"Superlift/SuperRunner, Deaver J40 springs, 35x12.5 K&N, 3"Bassani
Joined
·
827 Posts
I am trying to determine where I am going to put an amp, I may actually go on the ceiling because there is not an otherwise good spot for me. I expect the rear seat to be coming in and out often, and the back will be used as a truck bed often enough.
There are a lot of new Mini Amps out that could fit just about anywhere , including the glove box, center console and front seats. It really just depends on the system you was to build and how many components it will have. You could easily build a center console with a amp rack and sub so you can keep your cargo area free for storage.
 

Attachments

· Premium Member
1991Bronco 5.8L, w/95frontclip, 6"Superlift/SuperRunner, Deaver J40 springs, 35x12.5 K&N, 3"Bassani
Joined
·
827 Posts
ok, I'll have to take a look . it'll be a bit before I get to that point. I'm just looking for one to power a 10" or 12" sub, not looking for a major system or anything.

I am planning on building a center console that goes from the current to the dash, so that could work well....would have to put in a fan or something or else it gets hot from the tunnel.
Check out the SKAR Audio Micro Amp. It's a CLASS D mono amp and is really small. Sundown Audio also has a micro amp that can power a 10 or 12. Also look at Kicker amps. They have a High level trigger which makes wiring easier. No remote wire needed. Just jump off your speaker level input. My Kenwood amp has a built in fan that keeps it cool. I would think as long as you keep the amp in the 500W or less range you should have plenty of options. Good luck with your build.
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top