Re: Customizing Trunk Install - False Floor
Ok, first, you need a thick MDF board, if your'e gonna load stuff on top of your amps, like what I do. (obviously, not when the system's blasting)
Originally posted by james33440
I am curious on how to do this. I think that it has a real professional look. What steps would I have to take, and what materials would I need in order to have my amps and EQs to look flush with my trunk floor? Pics would be great if possible, too...
Make a cutout with a jigsaw.
now, make another board with arms and attach your amps, xover, whatever to it and fix that onto the cutout. Make sure you take accurate measurements with the arms. It's not going to be very thick, if you are using a 3/4" MDF board as the floor.
Be aware that the size of that kind of board is gonna be heavy. I'm fixing an old worn out air suspension to my floor, so that I can have easier access to the spare, if need be.
Sony C90, 210 EQ
Seas 27TDF/C, RE XXX 6.5, custom xo (dyn 240GT sitting idle)
RF 60.2 amp
Soundstream picasso 1400.1D
Bass drive-by's are uncool.