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BOOKER
11-14-2006, 11:01 PM
This one is for all those who own 96-00 honda civics.:driving:

I will like to know your sub enclosure size, shape (wedge, rectangular, fiberglass, etc.) and how many subs are you running and what size.:up2somet:

Just to figure out how big I can go on my 2000 Honda Civic 4 door sedan.

Thanks for any help.

:2thumbs:

fawd06
11-15-2006, 03:59 AM
This one is for all those who own 96-00 honda civics.:driving:

I will like to know your sub enclosure size, shape (wedge, rectangular, fiberglass, etc.) and how many subs are you running and what size.:up2somet:

Just to figure out how big I can go on my 2000 Honda Civic 4 door sedan.

Thanks for any help.

:2thumbs:

friend has 1-15 type r in his 95 civic. hits pretty nice!!! his name on here is skip01 if u wnat more info

dspencer24
11-15-2006, 05:03 PM
I have two 10 inch type r's in a retangle slotted box. Sounds awesome the bass is incredable I wouldnt go to big for that car like a 15 0r something crazy like that the more the plastic rattles and you will loose bass unless your car has some kinda of dynamat cause the whole car flexes specially the roof. I have 98 civic 2 door. If i was going to do it again id prolly get a one 12type r ported unstead of 2 10's

xluben
11-16-2006, 02:02 AM
i have a 99 accord sedan.

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2357470

box pics at the bottom of the first page.

that box is 3.5ft^3 @ 32Hz for two, 12" subs.

i'm not sure how big a civic's trunk it, though. probably a bit smaller.

the width is 32" and the height is 14"

if you look closely in the last pic you can see that it just fits under the metal seat bracket.

get ready for lots of rattles :)

johnecon2001
11-16-2006, 03:06 AM
I've had two twelves sealed, one twelve ported, two 8s sealed, 3 8s sealed, one ten ported.
The list goes on. It all depends on the subs and how much space you are willing to sacrifice.