My factory sub went bad years ago. Got a bazooka dual voice coil and after cutting the crap out of my sub box I got it in there. When I saw this...
I bought and put it in.
If all you want to do is replace the crappy stock sub that probably rotted out after three years and are not looking to install more amps or want real booming bass... but just restore what you had, this is the way to go. It actually sounded better than the bazooka because it was the correct impedance for the stock system. It's a direct replacement. Just connect it up with the wires in the same place as the stock one.