OK, tell me if my math is right here...

...if I get two SR 124 DVC subs, wire them up in parallel to present a 2 ohm load and then wire the two DVC subs in a 2 ohm load up in series, they would present a 4 ohm load to an amp.

If I were to use this beast:

http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu..._REFSeries.jpg

http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...roductID=18038

# Signal to noise ratio > 115 db

# T.H.D. < 0.02%

# RMS Power @ 4 ohms: 2x480W

# RMS Power @ 2 ohms: 2x800W

# RMS Bridged Power @ 4 ohms: 1x1600W

# Damping Factor > 500

# Input sensitivity is 0.15 - 12.0

# Crossover slope 18dB

# Crossover Frequency 50-4k

# Dimensions: 9.5 x 2.3 x 21

It would run a 1600 watt load with roughly 400 watts per voicecoil.

That would end up being alot of good, clean, thump!

Of course I'd need to run a 200 amp alternator to handle that amp plus...say...this amp:

http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu..._REFSeries.jpg

http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAu...roductID=18039

# Signal to noise ratio > 115 db

# T.H.D. < 0.02%

# RMS Power @ 4 ohms: 4x70W

# RMS Power @ 2 ohms: 4x120W

# RMS Bridged Power @ 4 ohms: 2x240W

# Damping Factor > 500

# Input sensitivity is 0.15 - 12.0

# Crossover slope 18dB

# Crossover Frequency 50-4k

# Dimensions: 9.5 x 2.3 x 17.5

and bi-amp a set of SR6500 components.

That's alot of power and alot of draw. If the truck is going to have a high power ignition system plus all the other electronic gizmos associated with a high power engine, it's gonna need juice and tons of it. It'll have a kick-ass stereo though and I might be able to get back into competition with it again!