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Old 04-04-2002, 12:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2001 Elantra speaker specs info

Does anyone know the specs of the speakers in the 2k1 lantra gls.? like watts and size and what kind should i use to upgrade to..also as far as power doors and locks i posted a reply in the wrong room but..when i went to get mine installed at the dealer they said i couldnt do it because it fuked up my electronics system...and they said they couldnt put the actuator in...any help?

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The simpliest way to determine speaker size is to visit crutchfield.com and enter your car information and they will tell you your factory speaker sizes as well as recommend replacement sets. You are probably not going to find an exact reference to the wattage specs on a set of factory speakers, only a generalization. Unless you have an "upgraded" factory system, my estimate is 5-20 watts; too small of a rating for any decent amp. I believe the Tiburons have a 40watt rating on their "upgraded" factory speakers.
**You will find that Hyundai will generally use the same type of speaker in every model vehicle they produce.

As far as your dealer blowing smoke up you A$$, He is full of $hit!
How would installing a set of actuators fuk up the electrical system. Its a extremely simple install with the only complications being polarity in your wiring.... My guess is that the dealer didn't want to invest the time in installing a set of actuators in your ride. Now I probably agree with him about the actuators not fitting but all it takes is a little elbow grease on the dremel tool or sheet metal cutters to chisel out a comfortable location for the actuators. Try going to a local audio shop and presenting them with the information the dealer told you.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>

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If you don't want to upgrade the speakers they will survive with quite a bit more power than the stock head unit will put out. I have been running my fronts off a 2*60 amp for a couple of years and they are fine. I also don't turn it up though, which is the key.

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