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    Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    Im gettin two 15's and i wanna put the box in my back seat. after some research i noticed alot of people have the subs facing up but i can never see what kind of port they have a ware.. and should the back seat latch be taken out so the port can fire straight into the trunk.. or does the trunk get sealed off from the rest of the car?

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    Re: Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    Quite the artist.




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    Re: Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    go bucks




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    Re: Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    Subs up, port front.




    Those seats look suspiciously like penises, bent penises. I'm sorry, they do.



    Awesome paint skills though man, so life like



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    Re: Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    Quote Originally Posted by MTXman View Post
    Subs up, port front.




    Those seats look suspiciously like penises, bent penises. I'm sorry, they do.



    Awesome paint skills though man, so life like

    Dude like 8% percent of kids are born with it.


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    Re: Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    Quote Originally Posted by 97gp View Post
    Quite the artist.

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    Re: Need help with enclosure design for my backseat

    if the port should face the front.. what kinds of ports tho.. if it vented should the vent be verticle so it fires inbetween the two seats or what




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