KICKER Intros Truck-Specific Sub Enclosures

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KICKER truck-specific loaded subwoofer enclosures.

KICKER announced it will debut at the SEMA Show, its first line of truck-specific enclosures with separate raw subwoofers.

In addition, it has formed a new Pro Class of competition grade products.

Also new is a KSS line of audiophile drop-in products.

The new truck-specific sub boxes use dual L7T subwoofers.  They are form-fitting, and are placed under the back seat in select versions of the Ford F150, Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, and Ram.  The enclosures include two square, slimline L7T subwoofers. They are placed in heavily braced MDF enclosures, and they deliver up to 1,200 watts (RMS).

Kicker Warhorse amplifier
Kicker WXA10004 Warhorse amplifier.

KICKER said its “big power” lines were growing so it decided to launch a Pro Class to include SoloX subwoofers, ST-Series speakers and Warhorse amplifiers.

New at the show will be a Warhorse WXA1000.4 four channel competition amplifier. It is rated at 250×4 at four Ohms, 450×4 at 2 Ohms and features 8 AWG speaker outputs.  It joins the Warhorse mono amp (rated at 3,600 watts) that ships this year.

Also two new sizes of SoloX L7X subwoofers–the 10- and 15-inch models–will ship at the end of this year.

KICKER is also debuting audiophile-grade components compatible with select vehicles. The KSS Series includes 3-way component systems that are drop-in upgrades for select models of GM, Ford, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, and other vehicles.  Two model sizes will be available with adapters to fit many makes and models.

In a tribute to legendary competitor Alma Gates, KICKER’s 2021 Ford Bronco will be at the SEMA Show. It will be loaded with nine SoloX 12-inch subwoofers and as many Warhorse 3600-watt mono amplifiers. Three 7-inch ST-Series midrange drivers are installed in each custom door panel, as are four 1-inch ST bullet tweeters.

NHRA’s Cruz Pedregon will make an appearance at KICKER’s booth (North Hall #10739, Las Vegas Convention Center). He will be on hand to shake hands and sign autographs on Tuesday, October 31 at 1:30 pm.  Motor Trend TV’s Ride of Your Life co-hosts Bryan Fuller and Courtney Hansen, will be at the booth Thursday, November 2 at 3 pm.  For more information visit

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  1. So basically. They’re copying JL with the stealth enclosures? As everyone else mentioned, hopefully you don’t have to sign over your first born to acquire em.

  2. How can I purchase a kicker box to fit my 2020 Chevrolet Silverado crew cab 4 door, and the 3600 kicker amp also ?

  3. Sounds pretty cool. I’d like to see Kicker slide into a niche for form fitted boxes that aren’t $2000.

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