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As I am sitting here trying to figure out what my trunk design should look like, it dawned on me ... Why reinvent the wheel?

So I ask you guys, those that have modified your trunks with amp racks, sub enclosures, etc. to post pics of them so the rest of us can get an idea of what you have done, what looks good, etc.

I am sure some of you have already posted them in the gallery, but instead of making us dig around, would you post them here so we can see them together? (BTW Mr. Moderator... is this possible? LOL)

Just a suggestion. :fing26: :eek:uch:
 

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Here you go!
 

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All amps hidden, simple 2.6cu ft sealed enclosure. I've since added a bar grill to protect the sub.

Trunks are to throw stuff in, not to show off; at least on a daily driver. For a fancier setup checking this great Superior Sound install...
 

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on that superior sound install page i noticed the subs facing toward the back seats. a place here in town reccommended i do that, have a box built and have it fiberglassed in, but would that really be necessary? would it sound fine with just an MDF board built around it then just trimmed out on the back side with the amps showing?
 

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I was always told to face the subs to the trunk? But I ave always liked the look of them facing the cabin. If you did fiberglass them in, it would look sick, but the price would be pretty high I imagine. You could do a similar setup with the MDF and the price would be wayyyyyy less.
 

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Great Responses Gents...

Thank for the ideas, hopefully more to come.

Has anyone seen or heard the systems with the side facing woofers? Any feedback on the response of the side facing versus the traditional front to back?

Any suggestions are helpful.
 

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LB44 - that is sic!
Igottaasrt8 - so that is what you did???
the Kicker does rock big time though...
 

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Silver Bullet said:
Here are two the first one is the 2 JL 10's but it took up WAY to much trunk space so I went with one JL MB10IB5 in the rear deck, Good Clean tight bass and no real loss of truck space :banana:
Do you have any more pics of the 10 in the deck? That is very cool...
 

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Hey guys, just got mine installed this past weekend and I have a lot of rattling going on with the trunk lid. Where did you guys place the dynomat for your systems?
 

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Inside on the deck would be cool! Is there a cover protecting it and is it removable?

Is the JL a freeair sub? I did not know they made those!
 

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HEMI4ME? said:
Inside on the deck would be cool! Is there a cover protecting it and is it removable?

Is the JL a freeair sub? I did not know they made those!
The sub is in the factory location just need to enlarge the hole a little :wink1:
the factory rear deck cover, covers it I will get a picture tonight for you.
The JL is a freeair or what they call a infinite-baffle. It is marine subwoofer. Tried it out as suggestion from my JL rep. I love it. Good, clean, tight although not organ shaking bass. With it being fired directly into the passenger compartment it sound allot clearer and tighter to me.
 

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Did you Dynamat the hell out of the deck? What amp is running it?
 

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Wes, why did you post the second pic, I think my computer froze on it and it doesnt want to scroll up nor down *wink*

Silver Bullet, please do post some pictures of the top deck... thanks!!! how hard was it to enlarge the whole? Thats what I want to do. Also, Jensen (if any of you like it) makes a 1000W RMS free air sub size 10"
 
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