I have the 6250 slaved to another 6014. So, I have two 6 inch drivers sharing 275rms with a 1 farad capacitor in a completely Dynamated single cab pickup truck. 8 gauge high end wire with high end RCA's. These two subs fit perfectly with the seats all the way back. They are mounted 3 inches from the wall and face outwards (back to back) My old system was a 1000W RMS dual Aluminum DVC setup, so I do know bass. These Bazooka subs are actually dowright awesome. They do require break in time and are not too impressive right away. Your pre-outs and power source will be the key to success with these self amped subs. They like a hot signal and Bazooka even recommends using speaker level inputs over RCA's due to some Head Units with faulty claims of preout power. My head unit has a legit 4volt preout but I did have to turn the sub channel up all the way to get satisfactory power. After some break in time and time alignment tuning from the deck, I'm telling you, these two 6inch drivers can pound for their size and sound very, very professional. They are truly awesome. I'm sure you will only see great results if you set them up the way Bazooka recommends and do not skimp on connections. Get a capacitor-For Christ Sakes they cost 40 dollars and literally 5 extra minutes of your time. I'm so tired of arguing with know it alls on the internet that say they dont work and you dont need them.. They DO work and you DO need one.... Yes, the "big three" helps too but do you really wanna tear apart your factory wiring to access that? Take a look under your hood and get back to me... Anyway, sorry but thats an annoying argument. For two six inch subs to be sharing 275rms... They sound powerful and quite impressive. I'm thoroughly impressed and happy... (after break in period) These will not earth shatter boom and make your eyes cross... but they more than impressed me in both their acoustic ability up and down the ranges and..... They are surprisingly powerful, tuned, tight and full.... 5 stars for sure.