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I was thinking of installing a Rockford Fosgate PBR 300X2 amp and connecting it to only the front speakers and replacing the front speakers only. This way I could stay with the 2 ohm system. My goal is to keep the cost down but still be able to hear music at highway speeds. Opinions on this approach? Also - with all that I've been reading about flashing the HU what exactly is does that mean and how is it done?
 

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Your 2011 doesn't require a flash. Get a set of Infinity Kappa 62.11 for the front and you'll be good to go. Will need to get some speaker adapters. I used cheap ones from Ebay and they worked just fine.
 

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Not sure how cheap those cheap ebay speaker adapters are but you can get a set of hawgwired speaker adapters for $39.
 

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I would strongly recommend you consider a 4 way amp with 4 upgraded speakers.

I have been running a Bazooka 200/4 amp with JM Rokker speakers for the last 3 years. I am very happy with this setup.

I have found that when riding 1 up having the rear speakers makes the music sound fuller and more clear. I can clearly hear the music at highway speeds with now issues.
 

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Thats not a bad approach, but I would not buy that amp. It has a history of distortion and interference problems. Check out the Arc Audio MPAK kits, they are a good deal and Arc is quality stuff. Get 6.5 inch or larger front speakers, and with an amp you will hear them loud and clear even on the freeway.
 
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