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Old 10-31-2012, 03:59 PM
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Default Re: FAST-9999 Installaton Instructions

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Originally Posted by exotichead View Post
Hi Guys i just got myself a bazooka amplified tube sub.Here is what i got Bazooka BTA850FH 8" 50W Bass Enclosure
F.A.S.T.-9999 universal connection harness
F.A.S.T.-BTAH extension cable. I have been going through this post and other to install this on my stock stereo on my 2009 honda civic sedan . From what i figured reading through here . i will need not a sperate power cable to run to the battery , as in drilling the firewall. is that correct ? and where is the best spot to connect the FAST 9999 to my internal wiring ? like right after they pass the stock stereo or anything way down. Sorry if this is too much stupid stuff i ask , still a noob with this stuff.
No, you do not need a seperate fused power cable connected to the positive battery terminal. All of the connections are best made behind the headunit, this allows access for the power and signal connections.

Post back with any other questions you may have.
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