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gsuchyta
05-13-2008, 10:53 PM
My friend wants me to build him a box for 4 15's in his crown vic. I know there won't be enough room to go ported. Can this be done? He has kicker cvr's. I was thinking since I can't talk him to do 2 ported that I would do 2 facing forwards and 2 facing up or should I just do all 4 facing up?

DownSouth954
05-13-2008, 10:57 PM
I had my SI Mag in 3.5^3ft. ported and it pretty much took up the majority of the trunk in my Grand Marquis. Might be able to pull of 2 ported.

As for 4 sealed, maybe....

gsuchyta
05-13-2008, 11:07 PM
I think it would be useless since it would pretty much be blocking off the trunk from his cabin by the box

Towncar
05-13-2008, 11:12 PM
I would go with 2 15s, possibly 2 18s ported rather than going with 4 sealed.. I think you would yeld much better results that way.. I to have a crownvic, and had a lincoln towncar prior to this. So Im very familiar with these trunks..

BigJoker
05-14-2008, 02:28 AM
I had my SI Mag in 3.5^3ft. ported and it pretty much took up the majority of the trunk in my Grand Marquis. Might be able to pull of 2 ported.

As for 4 sealed, maybe....

how did that box take up the majority of the trunk? i had 01 Marquis with a single 9515. box was about 4.5cu and it didn't take up the whole trunk. you could easily put in 2 15's ported.

Towncar
05-14-2008, 04:20 AM
^^ YOu can fit 18s easy in that trunk.

Crimson Boom
05-14-2008, 05:53 AM
Wheres the pics of the 18 10s in the trunk of a towncar? Sealed is the only way to go unfortunately unless you wall the car off or something equally absurd.

tez4life
05-17-2008, 10:12 PM
I got at 04 Vic and 4 (15s) sealed is doable, but personally I would just do a pair of better quality 15s ported, there is alot of room if you know what your doing.

But, to answer the OP question, I would do a pair back, another pair up. Unless you mount them off center from one another, there wont be enough height, (distance from the front of the trunk, to the taillights) to mount them in the well, firing up.