In dual set-up?
Well, the SubMersive would outperform the F113. However, if you're experiencing difficulty blending the DTS-10, maybe the answer is some simple optimization tools and skills. Yes, blending of different types of subs can be tricky. Given the right tools, should yield perfectly acceptable results. The DTS-10 is an extremely powerful subwoofer, that should be able to entirely dominate the experience ... and blended properly, should add positively to the experience.
You need some way to EQ, time align (then verify w/measuring), the subs individually, so that they yield constructive summation at the LP. Products from miniDSP, Behringer's DCX, and others, will allow you to align the subs in time, then EQ collectively as one entity. Also, it may be helpful if you adjust low pass settings on individual subs to aid as a fine tuning adjustment in the overall blending effort.
If you don't have measuring capability, OmniMic is so simple, you can be measuring in a couple minutes after you open it up. Also, there's REW free software, that you combine with a purchased mic, it's great software, a bit tougher at the beginning than OmniMic.
Below is a conversation you may find of interest regarding the F113 vs SubMersive, I believe this is the previous, lower power version.