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    Ported Box in Mustang

    im looking for pics or dimentions for a well ported box for a 2001 Mustang. Sub will most likely be a 12" L7, so lets start there.

    I also want it to be as stealth as possible and leave as much room as possible, but im just looking for anything to get an idea.







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    Re: Ported Box in Mustang

    You have 13"or so height in a 'stang. If I remember correctly you have like 40" width and 28" total depth. Anythig you make is going to take up most of the room, I have a sealed 10" in mine and I can get one golfbag or my guitar in ti's case back there.



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    Re: Ported Box in Mustang

    If you go ported in a mustang you will have very little room left over. I could fit about 4 grocery bags in mine after putting a ported enclosure in. Also, i had to take my back seats out and bend the metal frame around the trunk just to get the **** thing in. That is why I am going sealed now.




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    Re: Ported Box in Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by Beat_Dominator
    You have 13"or so height in a 'stang. If I remember correctly you have like 40" width and 28" total depth. Anythig you make is going to take up most of the room, I have a sealed 10" in mine and I can get one golfbag or my guitar in ti's case back there.
    ya, its something like those measurements. with that much trunk room left it would be ok.




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    Re: Ported Box in Mustang

    Quote Originally Posted by Showrides
    If you go ported in a mustang you will have very little room left over. I could fit about 4 grocery bags in mine after putting a ported enclosure in. Also, i had to take my back seats out and bend the metal frame around the trunk just to get the **** thing in. That is why I am going sealed now.
    im usually a sealed box guy too, but i want to see what my options are.




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    Re: Ported Box in Mustang

    Well if you want some space yer looking at about 1.5cu.ft. or less for the enclosure.



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