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-BenBen-
10-22-2012, 03:33 PM
SO I have a pontiac G6, and also 2 xfl 12s. box needed is 4.5 cu, and my trunk opening is 2-3 inches too thin to get the box in. what options do i have left? I wanted to run subs forward, aero port in trunk on driver side.. so can i do a 2 part box and assemble in trunk and if so how is it done? i also have been told do subs up, port side, but was told i would have a really inefficent box if i did it that way. last option may be build in trunk? but then i cant take the dang thing back out. any help is greatly appreciated

cdc351jeferson
10-22-2012, 03:38 PM
we dont have much trunk space in our g6's lol thats why i picked dc subs cause they like smaller ported boxes. maybe change the orientation of those subs with how they are facing if your dead set on running those. subs up port side or back ?

FlexnInLa
10-22-2012, 03:40 PM
Build in the trunk.

fasfocus00
10-22-2012, 03:56 PM
try 2 separate enclosures that you can just screw together once in the vehicle.

-BenBen-
10-22-2012, 04:35 PM
how would i do that if i want the port on the passenger side? i want one port
try 2 separate enclosures that you can just screw together once in the vehicle.

Dirtrider4eva
10-22-2012, 04:41 PM
Two separate enclosures usually result in lower output. Build a box thinner.. take out back seats and put it through that way

Dtrom
10-22-2012, 04:48 PM
Build in the trunk. Or knock the box height or length and make it a lil deeper to compensate.

FlexnInLa
10-22-2012, 04:52 PM
Generically sub up, port back, build it in the trunk.

Some people are apparently getting loud now sub and port forward without sealing from the trunk though, might have best results that way.

Or, try to put it in through the back seat, pain in the *** most of the time though.

cdc351jeferson
10-22-2012, 05:10 PM
Generically sub up, port back, build it in the trunk.

Some people are apparently getting loud now sub and port forward without sealing from the trunk though, might have best results that way.

Or, try to put it in through the back seat, pain in the *** most of the time though.

we cant put in through back seat the rear deck has a low spot like 13inches . would have to have a super short both height wise . i pmed him my measurements off my box awhole back but mine is only 3cuft net

FlexnInLa
10-22-2012, 05:19 PM
we cant put in through back seat the rear deck has a low spot like 13inches . would have to have a super short both height wise . i pmed him my measurements off my box awhole back but mine is only 3cuft net

Build it in the trunk then, it's a pain in the *** too, but worth it.

mklett33
10-23-2012, 02:52 PM
Build in the trunk.

This, do all parts of the box except top and back, should be able to get er in. (Thats what she said)