Ok, i got 4 amps in my car. Im thinking of buying the side rear fenders with the ducts. Like GrandMasterKhan has on his coug. How difficult would it be to route the air through the body frame and use the cold air to cool off my amps??
Interesting idea, but I would think that rain, snow, etc would get in there and ruin your electronics. If you really did want to do it though - all you would have to do is cut a hole in the trunk to match the one in the quarter panel. Then run some type of tubing between the two so that the air flows on to the amps. I would not recommend this though. Your first drive in the rain could prove to be fatal to your system! Why not just run your subs at an OHM that your amp is stable at - then you won't need external cooling.
I can help you out... What type of speakers and subs do you have? How many? What OHM are they? What kind of amps do you have? What OHM is your amp stable to? How much power does your amp put out? What is the RMS of your speakers?
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