This is my second home. I spend more hours working in this car than I do with anything else. It is a 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS. I can't even begin to count how many different systems I've had in this thing.
These are undoubtedly the best subs I've ever worked with. Outstanding sound with more than enough bass for SPL. These are (2) Digital Designs 3512's. These subs are very reliable and very well crafted, as I can safely run 1000-1200 watts to each one. I constructed the box for them. It is a 5.25^ft3 common chamber enclosure. The port pictured is my competition port, which is tuned 45 hz and has a port area of roughly 62 sq in. Both were made out of 3/4" MDF and sealed with fiberglass resin.
This is the balls of the system. It is a modified MMATS D300HC. The modification allows it to put out 2000-2400 watts at 1 ohm. Definitely, an awesome piece of equipment. The amp I had on the DD's before was a regular D200HC, which would put out 1600-1700 watts at 1 ohm. I was able to do a 151.2 with that amp and hope to do a lot higher when I finally get metered with the modified D300HC. I will always recommend MMATS amps. Very powerful.
Here is another shot of the amp rack with the US Amps US-X3 crossover. I also have (2) US Amps USA-200X mounted under the seats, running the highs and mids.
This is my AudioControl Overdrive line driver, installed in the glove box. It allows me to control my pre-out signal voltage when need be.
And this is what it's all about. I can't wait to get things up and running next season.