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    Default Really starting to contemplate breaking the 6500's out

    After buying new tires this weekend, I'm enjoying driving my car more than ever. I keep forgetting how much tires can do for a car. With that said, I'm seriously debating breaking the "new" off the 6500's in the 2000 Camry. That means more investments in the car to get the setup right. Things I need would be a new HU (P99), an additional amp, and some fabbing for tweeter mounts. The new HU isn't mandatory, but I don't want to install my 860 in the Camry. That alone is looking like about $1500+, which is my main roadblock to doing anything in that car.

    Someone talk me out of it because I'm starting to not do a good enough job by myself.

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    catch the fever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I would honestly put the 860 in or just look at one of the kenwood X996 (I think thats the model #). Its got TA, lots of EQ and wont break the bank like your other options lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSkip View Post
    After buying new tires this weekend, I'm enjoying driving my car more than ever. I keep forgetting how much tires can do for a car. With that said, I'm seriously debating breaking the "new" off the 6500's in the 2000 Camry. That means more investments in the car to get the setup right. Things I need would be a new HU (P99), an additional amp, and some fabbing for tweeter mounts. The new HU isn't mandatory, but I don't want to install my 860 in the Camry. That alone is looking like about $1500+, which is my main roadblock to doing anything in that car.

    Someone talk me out of it because I'm starting to not do a good enough job by myself.
    Stick with the 860 and add a bit ten. It will give you more dsp than a p99 and save you about $700.

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