SPL sound system build for 2013 Ford Explorer XLT

Asked by Mar 01, 2019 at 03:35 AM about the 2013 Ford Explorer XLT

Question type: Car Customization

I am doing an SPL competition build in my 2013
Ford Explorer XLT. Does anyone know how to go
about doing the Big 3 upgrade? The positive
power terminal is like nothing I have ever seen
before. Secondly, how do you remove the third
row seats and lastly how is the headliner
removed for sound deadening?  PLEASE HELP!

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Pics of and specs on the amp(s) would help. Also, specs on speakers and their total, wired load in Ohms.

405

Sounds like you may be diving into much more than you should be. The big three is pretty straightforward if you have the proper tools. You need to determine your max amperage the amp(s) will pull, first. Then choose the power/ground wiring and hardware to handle that. Big eh!? That is 16,226 strand, 8/0 gauge power wire in my display image. 45 pounds per 50'

Hey give me a call I have a system in my ford explorer. I can help you!! And maybe you can help me with something. 843-476-9221 Dave

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