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grover 123
09-18-2007, 08:57 AM
hey all..

i have an 04 suburban and i'm looking for ideas and designs for a stealth enclosure.. any and all input would be helpful.. right now i have a pair of 10's in a ported box which is ok but i'd like to pretty much hide everything as much as possible!! just not sure how i can without the big box taking up the minimal cargo space i have?? also wondering if i should upgrade to a better set of 10's with more power or switch to 12's to try for a bit more bass?? any ideas??

here's what i have to work with..

eclipse 8455 hu
audison srx 2s (front)
audison srx 3 (rear/sub)
focal 165 k2p's (front stage)
focal 130 cv1's (rear doors)
focal 25 1a's (access series) ported box

davidfre21
09-19-2007, 11:47 AM
im pretty sure u can tuck something behind the rear filler panels?

cgndhhh
09-25-2007, 05:55 PM
i've actually added a stealth enclosure behind the driver's side rear panel. only thing you would lose is functionality of that little sotrage bin and ur jack. I was able to squeeze two RE8's in a fiberglass box about 1.2cu ft. overall. PM me if u want to see a couple pics. and this was in a tahoe so a suburban u might be able to get a lil bit bigger box.

grover 123
09-27-2007, 04:01 AM
how does it sound.. i wanna try and balance out my system with a bit more bass than what i have now.. plus i was told the fiberglass would be alot of cutting and i was hoping to avoid carving it up??

AWDTSi
10-01-2007, 06:08 PM
what about sinking them in the floor. Here is a pair of 15's in the floor. Stealthy as it gets almost.

http://www.blvdcustoms.com/admin/gallery/Escalade%2015's%20in%20floor.JPG


http://www.blvdcustoms.com/admin/gallery/Escalade%20ESV%2015''s%20in%20floor(2).JPG

dvrmstrng
10-01-2007, 06:09 PM
thats nice....cept how big if a mounting depth does it have?