View Full Version : hmm a little help please

07-16-2011, 10:39 PM
Hey I usually have my local guy build my boxes but I am in fuckin oklahoma right now so I am looking for some help..

I am going to go with 2 SA-10s
on 1-1.5k
I was planning on using 2 3" aero ports but if someone has some better ideas lmk but for space I can't see em being beat..

My dimensions to work with are
20" tall
12"deep at the bottom
3" at the top

now then this will be 1500 watts max so I am planning on using .5" would.. yes I said it.. I will brace it of course but I need all the space I can get.. thats why I am using aeros..

Now then this is going in a 2010 tundra crewmax behind the seats.. On the far left(facing the rear seats) behind the single flip down seat is a little door for the jack and tools.. it sticks out probably 2-3 and is about 10-12 wide so the space given is to the right of it..

Now then my idea was to put the subs as far left towards the passenger side and throw the 2 aero ports out the drivers side.. the distance between the end of the box and the side wall is 5" figured thats enough for the ports to fire off of??

I have heard trucks sound best subs left port towards drivers side..

Any problems/Ideas/comments/designs etc on this?

All help is appreciated.. I am pretty set on the equipment but haven't bought it yet.. I want to get as loud as possible while staying pretty low.. not going for dbs just groundpounding.. So if there is better equipment recommendations are also appreciated..

Hell if anyone is close to Altus,afb and wants to help out feel free.. will be here probably another to ****** months

07-17-2011, 12:35 AM
no one?

07-17-2011, 12:36 AM
Yo dude, pm me.

07-17-2011, 12:37 AM
and say what lol