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Default Re: installing a bta10250d in a '12 mustang

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Originally Posted by tagle302 View Post
Well there goes that idea. So what LOC do you recommend? I already started the install with 8 gauge which I'm assuming is overkill...lol. Anyhow I opted not to get an amp kit because the user manual said the hi levels were better. Therefore I just bought the power and remote wires separately. Oh well.
PAC SNI-45T (High Power 2-Channel Line Output Converter with Low Voltage Trigger Remote Output).
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