everything is plug and play interchangeable with eachother. tweeters are tweeters, they are the same. Tweeters may not be plug and play in certain gen IV cars that were fleet cars not prewired for tweeters. Sound quality will definitely improve just by plugging in the new mach amp, It will improve even further if you get those junk ford 6x8s out of the rear deck and doors and put in some good aftermarkets.Will swapping oem rcu to mach rcu automatically improve sound quality? If so, are they simply plug n play? What about oem tweeters to mach tweeters? Any different? Thanks in advance!
You are correct my friend, Rosie had them too. I was thinking about all the fleet/base models after G3, not too many out there with them, including my Daughter's '02. When we first got the car she asked me why the system in her car doesn't sound as good as mine. I foolishly explained the Mach upgrade to her, and now guess what I have to come up with this year. She also asked me if her rear drums can be upgraded to discs!, I think she's been secretly lurking around the TCCA lately, now that she has her own Bull! LOL!"All of the sail pane tweeters sound pretty much the same, and don't come with the stock base system"
In ALOT of Gen 3's they had tweeters with unmarked grilles and base RCU. Thats where ive got alot that ive resold on ebay.
You probably refer to 3 and 4-way coaxial speakers. When all components sit on the speaker's axis, they're called coaxial. Component speakers usually come in two way form and more rarely in 3-way form. It would have been probably better, but more expensive, just to get new component speakers and replace the old tweeters. I got Alpine Type R components and their tweeter fit into the factory location pretty nicely with some foam to bridge the gaps.3 way in the deck and 4-way in the doors, along with OEM Mach tweeters, and believe it or not the mach tweeters hold up to the power.
It would have been probably better, but more expensive, just to get new component speakers and replace the old tweeters.