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Old Oct 8, 2008, 10:12 PM
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fiberglass box...finally!

Well it's almost done. Needs a bit more bondo for curvy edges and then carpet. As it is, it fits perfectly
in the stock Rockford sub location. In fact it doesn't even stick out further then the Rockford did. I'm
going to put a JL 10W6v2 in it. A big thanks to Francisco at Pacific Stereo. Homeboy has got skillz.
I'll post more pics this weekend, hopefully of the end product.







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Old Oct 8, 2008, 10:35 PM
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dam thats sweet
but i have a question if you do have more than one sub and you need an amp where would you mount it? Because I wouldn't want to have to mount one on the floor of the trunk. It would take up to much room.
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Old Oct 9, 2008, 02:02 PM
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That looks great. I'm sure it will hit nicely.

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dam thats sweet
but i have a question if you do have more than one sub and you need an amp where would you mount it? Because I wouldn't want to have to mount one on the floor of the trunk. It would take up to much room.
To answer your question you could mount the amp upside down on the ceiling of the trunk. Someone did it on here.
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There are so many different kinds and styles of amps out there that you can fit them pretty much anywhere. Don't you guys have spare tires back there?
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whats a "spare" tire?
Yeah we have one....there would be plenty room if you pulled that for an amp-or mount to the rear bracing as well....
looks like a great proj!
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I hope to have my amp rack done this weekend also. I'm using these new Alpine 'digital' amps. One is 4x150 and the other is 1x600. I had the 4x150 under the driver seat but have decided to move it to the trunk and stack it on the 1x600. The amp rack will sit opposite the subwoofer.
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Old Oct 9, 2008, 08:09 PM
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sweet thx for all the answers but when you get that amp rack installed please put some pics we can see how it looks
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nice. can't wait to see what it will look like inside. post some pics when you get them in.
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Old Oct 9, 2008, 08:13 PM
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That's really nice, I'm looking for something exactly like that.
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It's still coming together...



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lookin clean man, cant wait to see it done.. Is it going to be removable when/if you want to hit the track???
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^ Absolutely!
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Nice!!
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I can't wait to see the finished result.
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nothing beats good bass!

great idea.
it should sound really good.
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