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Has anyone added the factory alpine in floor subwoofer to a JKU that never came with one from the factory?
If so, do you know RMS and peak output? I am trying to find an amp to pair it with.
 

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Has anyone added the factory alpine in floor subwoofer to a JKU that never came with one from the factory?
If so, do you know RMS and peak output? I am trying to find an amp to pair it with.
If I remember correctly it was about 50 to 60 watts (rms) a coil (4 coils on later model subs at 2 ohms per coil).
I blew mine with a 270 RMS amp so I certainly wouldn't go any higher than 225.
 

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If I remember correctly it was about 50 to 60 watts (rms) a coil (4 coils on later model subs at 2 ohms per coil).
I blew mine with a 270 RMS amp so I certainly wouldn't go any higher than 225.
O wow, only 60 rms. I didn't realize it was such a puny sub. Thank you for the info. How did you wire yours up since it didn't come from the factory with one?
 

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O wow, only 60 rms. I didn't realize it was such a puny sub. Thank you for the info. How did you wire yours up since it didn't come from the factory with one?
60 watts PER COIL
It's a quad coil sub 60 x 4 = 240Watts

Mine did come from the factory. I didn't like the factory amp.

Wire the 4 coils in series-parallel for 2 ohms and use a 2 ohm stable amp.
 

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60 watts PER COIL
It's a quad coil sub 60 x 4 = 240Watts

Mine did come from the factory. I didn't like the factory amp.

Wire the 4 coils in series-parallel for 2 ohms and use a 2 ohm stable amp.
Awesome. Thank you for the info Bob. I am sorry to hear yours blew.
 
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