Re: On the fence about installing Kicker Subwoofer
I don't have the Kicker system, but I installed a sealed box with a 12" Alpine Type R sub in it, concealing the amp and wiring in the tool tray. It takes up the same amount of cargo space as the Kicker system, maybe even more.
The sub upgrade was worth every penny and blood/sweat/tears that it took me installing the thing. If you're an audiophile like me, or just appreciate good SQ, you need a decent sub in the WK. Mine's got a perfect harmonic blend with a full sound spectrum now and the loss of cargo space doesn't make that big of a difference.
In either case, the Kicker system is pretty modular (because the amp is attached to the sub), so you can just disconnect the system and use the extra cargo space during those "long family trips," etc.
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