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I talked to luke at Steve whites but he wasn't sure. I have the factory kicker system in my car with the factory sub. I was wondering if there was a amp with a little more power. The amp part number I have is 5035022ad. They have a amp with the number 5035022af

Anyone know if it is any different in power? My car is a 09srt. Just looking for a little more zing without going aftermarket just yet


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last call.. nobody knows?
 

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They have the same part number so the amps would be the same. The alpha suffix refers the the version or revision. The initial part number always ends with AA.
 

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For what I was able to find;
Chrysler only has 2 amps, the 100wt and the 200wt. The 100 is mostly used on Chargers and the 200 in Challengers, physically they both look the same.
I installed a kicker sub since my car didn't come with one and am running it with a 200wt Kicker amp, not the one used on the Chrysler systems, but an after market one. To me it sound great and has plenty of power, however, I also used the volume control for the amp.
I hope this helps you,
Rob.

I talked to luke at Steve whites but he wasn't sure. I have the factory kicker system in my car with the factory sub. I was wondering if there was a amp with a little more power. The amp part number I have is 5035022ad. They have a amp with the number 5035022af

Anyone know if it is any different in power? My car is a 09srt. Just looking for a little more zing without going aftermarket just yet


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