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barber24alldaz
02-10-2010, 02:52 PM
box is set to 4.5ft^3 n tuned to 35hz. sub is a custom nightshade 18" d2..thanks to teedot231999 for the sale!!

set up is in a 95 crown vic...it slams..

i build a separate amp platform and a false bottom for my trunk to hide all the wires too.

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False bottom/ amp rack

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FINISHED PRODUCT

http://i278.photobucket.com/albums/kk82/lovemy23kicks/IMG_1346.jpg

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singlesubsetup
02-10-2010, 03:24 PM
I like the black paint, looks good :)

barber24alldaz
02-10-2010, 05:45 PM
I like the black paint, looks good :)

thanks man

Max_Power
02-10-2010, 08:33 PM
in for more pics of it in the car...

vids are always welcome!!! hint hint!

looks like that amp rack piece is going to break though

DB-Audio
02-10-2010, 09:54 PM
yes we want vids now

barber24alldaz
02-10-2010, 10:00 PM
in for more pics of it in the car...

vids are always welcome!!! hint hint!

looks like that amp rack piece is going to break though

yea, i will try to get more pics soon..DC is currently under 3 feet of snow though soo it will have to wait lol.

n ill make some vids as soon as my 1501d comes back from dB-r for repair. it took a dump...so im currently bassless FTL

n i was nervous about the platform myself, but it seems to be holding up great. i used L braces to fasten the box to the platform to prevent sliding

viperrgh2
02-10-2010, 11:01 PM
Looks good, bet it sounds good to. If you haven't already remove the insulation in the rear deck lid and I even cut out the metal between the speakers, helped the sound flow through the small opening left after the vertically mounted gas tank...post pics of the car also, I'm a big panther fan I've had a 94 grandmarquis, 93 town car and currently a 94 town car ;)

barber24alldaz
02-10-2010, 11:52 PM
Looks good, bet it sounds good to. If you haven't already remove the insulation in the rear deck lid and I even cut out the metal between the speakers, helped the sound flow through the small opening left after the vertically mounted gas tank...post pics of the car also, I'm a big panther fan I've had a 94 grandmarquis, 93 town car and currently a 94 town car ;)

u know what..thats a **** good idea on how i can get more sound flow into the cabin...im deff gonna cut that center piece out when i install my new 5x7's n 6x9's in the rear deck..i jus need the money for the amp n speakers first lol