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    Regular Cab Bump?

    Well I searched for small truck boxes and so forth and am not finding what i want. I'm trying to get some bump into a 1988 Chevy Cheyenne Reg Cab and there's literally not much room behind the seat.

    I was thinking about doing a 10" ported and I saw some pics of boxes for standard cabs on this forum but can't find that again either. The prefab boxes I've heard are crap even with JL's which don't require much volume in the box.

    Any suggestions or has anyone successfully got some good bass in a regular cab without cutting through the seat or putting the subs in the bed?







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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    I have a 95 F-150 Regular cab, and there is NO room at all behind the seats, and NO ONE makes a special box for it. I had the "standard" truck box for 2 12"s behind my seat, but you had to scoot the seat up so far that it was uncomfortable to drive.

    So now, I think my only options are 2 8" subs in the door panels, or switching from bench to bucket seats and making a custom center consol.

    Or you could always just go with a good shallow mount sub, like the Pioneer! Their box they make for it actually looks good and is pretty shallow as well!

    Good luck!



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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    Here is the box for the shallow mount Pioneer:
    http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pn...etailComponent

    It is 6-3/8" deep.



    Now:
    • Head Unit: Kenwood Excelon KDC-X889
    • Speakers: (4) Pioneer 6.5" Coaxials
    • Amp: JBL 600.1 (Now in G/F's car)
    • Subs: (2) Pioneer TS-W300R (Now in G/F's car)

    Soon:
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 6 1/2" Coaxial Speakers
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 5x7" Coaxial Speakers
    • Amp: Memphis MCA3004
    • Sub Amp: Memphis MCA300
    • Subs: (2)MClass 8" Subwoofer

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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    I fit 2 ported 10"s in 2cuft behind my seats in my Regular cab f150.




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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    if you have bucket seats it'd make it alot easier, you could invert as big as a 12inch woofer in it... (im about to put a 12inch diamond audio d3 (cm3) in mine like that and i have a ranger




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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    i found some bump with 8x resonant engineering(http://reaudio.com/) re8"s in a sealed box. my 3x jl 10w3s did decent when i got them in a box with a small port out the side. 2x resonant engineering re12"s do great in a small ported box as well. all boxes were made by me, for my truck specifically.
    if you want something prebuilt, this is the only promising looking thing i found:
    http://www.proboxrocks.com/




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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    I just put bucket seats in mine was a lot easier but yea u can put a ported 10 back there the seat will just be slid all the way up.




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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    Yeah, just looked around, and noticed that there are no vehicle specific boxes for your truck either!

    The newer trucks have so much more room. A friend of mine has a newer reg cab dodge, and he has 2 RF 12"s sitting in decent sized boxes behind the bucket seats, and they fold all the way back!



    Now:
    • Head Unit: Kenwood Excelon KDC-X889
    • Speakers: (4) Pioneer 6.5" Coaxials
    • Amp: JBL 600.1 (Now in G/F's car)
    • Subs: (2) Pioneer TS-W300R (Now in G/F's car)

    Soon:
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 6 1/2" Coaxial Speakers
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 5x7" Coaxial Speakers
    • Amp: Memphis MCA3004
    • Sub Amp: Memphis MCA300
    • Subs: (2)MClass 8" Subwoofer

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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jdizzle
    if you have bucket seats it'd make it alot easier, you could invert as big as a 12inch woofer in it... (im about to put a 12inch diamond audio d3 (cm3) in mine like that and i have a ranger
    I want pics!!!

    I plan on doing the custom center consol and inverting a 10" near the head rests



    Now:
    • Head Unit: Kenwood Excelon KDC-X889
    • Speakers: (4) Pioneer 6.5" Coaxials
    • Amp: JBL 600.1 (Now in G/F's car)
    • Subs: (2) Pioneer TS-W300R (Now in G/F's car)

    Soon:
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 6 1/2" Coaxial Speakers
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 5x7" Coaxial Speakers
    • Amp: Memphis MCA3004
    • Sub Amp: Memphis MCA300
    • Subs: (2)MClass 8" Subwoofer

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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    i have prefab boxes sealed with 10w0's and they bump good. there in my reg cab s10. go with bucket seats if you want subs



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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    Quote Originally Posted by kuijo
    I fit 2 ported 10"s in 2cuft behind my seats in my Regular cab f150.
    Got any pics? What year model? Wanna build me a box or sell me that one?



    Now:
    • Head Unit: Kenwood Excelon KDC-X889
    • Speakers: (4) Pioneer 6.5" Coaxials
    • Amp: JBL 600.1 (Now in G/F's car)
    • Subs: (2) Pioneer TS-W300R (Now in G/F's car)

    Soon:
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 6 1/2" Coaxial Speakers
    • Speakers: (2) Memphis MClass 5x7" Coaxial Speakers
    • Amp: Memphis MCA3004
    • Sub Amp: Memphis MCA300
    • Subs: (2)MClass 8" Subwoofer

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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    my first attempt at getting loud (ported out the driver"s side)


    what i'm currently running:


    i don't have any pics of any other boxes i've had due to recent hard drive failure.




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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    I was thinking about a slanted box. I'm not a pro on boxes but since there's not much depth, could you make up the internal cu ft in height and width? I was thinking two 10's and a port in the middle or 1 10 and an amp on the other side. The depth is gonna screw up the bass response and I'm gonna have to get shallow woofers.




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    my solution



    Ill kill everyone, seriously.....

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    Re: Regular Cab Bump?

    Quote Originally Posted by soundstreamer
    my first attempt at getting loud (ported out the driver"s side)


    what i'm currently running:


    i don't have any pics of any other boxes i've had due to recent hard drive failure.
    And did it do the job? How well did that sound for ya?




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