Porting into the rear deck......

bobo244
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I was wondering what everyones thoughts were on porting the subs in the trunk into the rear deck.

For example the US Amps car:

http://usamps.com/photos/install01/show_image.asp?Cat=install&Ref=01&Img=nvrd001

http://usamps.com/photos/install01/show_image.asp?Cat=install&Ref=01&Img=tssw003

http://usamps.com/photos/install01/show_image.asp?Cat=install&Ref=01&Img=tovr001

Does this increase the SQ inside the car?

Anyone got other pictures, comments.....

 

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turns out my rear deck can be ported.. i have 3 slots on my rear deck and 2 are filled w/speakers the 3rd is i'm guessing in a more luxury car the slot would be filled w/a 6x9 or some kind of woofer...

who knows

 
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