Inexpensive kit that works great for the 300 watt amp I'm running.
Showing 26 reviews for Belva BAK82BL (Blue)
January 13, 2018
Overall this was a pretty good kit for the money. The one downside was I was missing the following and had to go out and buy these to finish my install.
One black rubber firewall grommet
One 8 Gauge Blue chrome plated ring terminals
One 8 Gauge Black chrome plated ring terminal
Three 18 Gauge Blue Spade terminal
Two 18 Gauge Black Spade terminal
One 18 Gauge Red butt connector
Ten 4" Black zip ties
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Mt Vernon, Tx
Mission Viejo, CA
Baton Rouge, LA
January 4, 2017
I purchased this to go in the trunk of my 1966 mustang. I purchased it after reading another review of an install in a mustang. It fit perfectly in the side of the trunk and did not take up a lot Space. Sounds great.
6 found this helpful
June 15, 2016
I am not normally compelled to write such a lengthy review, but felt I had to given my "TOFTT" attitude with the 1 star review I had read.
The thing that drew me to this kit was the price and reality that the other inexpensive kits look like a joke (see Boss Audio KIT-2 or Install Bay AK8). I am really happy with this kit as it provides way more wire than the two aforementioned kits and provided plenty of throughput for my set up. On top of the quality, it matches my blue theme so I am happy with the aesthetics too.
One personal note on the reviews of this kit versus others: I considered the other comment about $50 kits (and looked at the NVX XKIT82 and Kicker CK8). I put thought into those kits (Pure copper vs CCA) and watched the Sonic video, but the reality is I am running a 400W RMS two channel amp (Rockford P400X2) and for not that long of periods (never more than a couple of hours). The wire never gets hot, it's still made up mostly of copper (confirmed with Belva tech support), and it saved me a ton of money.
Reality check time: Save yourself $20-$30 and get *this* kit vs others if you are running less than 500W RMS.
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Weeki Wachee, FL
Merritt Island, FL
January 27, 2016
I used this kit to install an NVX Quick Bass 8" self-contained subwoofer system in my Ford F-250 SuperDuty. The wiring overall is a good quality for the price and the length of the kit gave me plenty of options as to where to mount it in my truck. For the $15 I paid, it did the job and the subwoofer sounds great. The kit was well-packaged and had absolutely every terminal, zip tie, etc that you will need when installing. So in short, hard to beat for the price!
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Hobe Sound, FL
abingdon , VA
Crab Orchard, Kentucky