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Old 05-29-2015, 02:35 PM   #1
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Default UPDATE: Kicker Soundstage Upgrade FULL Systems. $450 shipped!

My last thread is over 10 pages long now and I figured I would create a new one to keep things updated.


I have the full Soundstage Upgrades available for 2009-2014 F-150's with the Base Radio (not the 8" or 4.2" screens) in Supercab and Supercrew kits. $450 shipped anywhere in the continental US. I also have the Supercab kit for 13-14 F-150's with the 4.2 and 8" screens. Currently out of the Supercrew 13-14 kits.


For my Canadian customers, we have to make a deal on ebay because of the Global Shipping Program. It is MUCH cheaper shipping for the both of us that way. My ebay price is $70 more to cover ebay and paypal fees.


The kit includes a 10" Kicker sub in a custom molded box to fit under the F-150 seat. There is also a Kicker sub amp mounted to the sub box. Replacement door speakers for all 4 doors. These are Kicker coaxial speakers. Then there is the 4 channel digital sound processing amplifier for the door speakers. All of this is plug and play and comes with all the wiring necessary to hook it up.


I have sold over 700 of these units and EVERY customer has been thoroughly impressed.


Please call me or message me anytime if you want to order or ask any questions. 601-892-FORD (3673). Ask for Beau.
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If anyone is doubting spending the cash, FORK IT OVER!! The only regret I have from this system is not doing it earlier. Its badassssss
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I had the base radio but upgraded to the kenwood dnx890hd with maestro idatalink. is this kit still compatible and plug and play?
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if anyone is doubting spending the cash, fork it over!! The only regret i have from this system is not doing it earlier. Its badassssss
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I had the base radio but upgraded to the kenwood dnx890hd with maestro idatalink. is this kit still compatible and plug and play?
Not really. It is plug n play for factory systems
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Is there a snowballs chance in hell it would work in my tremor? I know the enclosure is supposed to go under the rear seat but I wonder if it would fit behind? I really really like the idea of not having to cut any speaker wires on my truck.
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Obviously the amp, wiring, and front door speakers would work without a hitch... But the sub, as long as you could mount it somewhere... I don't see why not.
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Is there a snowballs chance in hell it would work in my tremor? I know the enclosure is supposed to go under the rear seat but I wonder if it would fit behind? I really really like the idea of not having to cut any speaker wires on my truck.




Another forum member is doing exactly that. Not sure whether or not he had to mount it flat or vertically on the wall though.
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