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 Post subject: Best place to mount subs with LPG tank in the way
Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 3:32 pm 
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Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 11:13 pm 
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This is a problem i'm facing also, my 15" sub in its 120L box had to make way for a big ugly round thing. So i'd be interested to see what ppl come up with.
heres a few posiblilities i've come up with with obvious pros and cons:

1. Get rid of spare wheel and mount in wheel well. My car has the wheel situated verically on the right hand side of the boot, so i was thinking building something there. or possibly something on teh other side, but my battery is there.

2. If you dont often have passengers in the rear seat (as i dont) take out the part that goes under your bum and make a box that is roughtly that size and shape. You can then cover it in fabric or carpet so it looks like the original seat. (stealth sub?) maybe even put a thin layer of foam on top so it can be used as (an uncomfortable) seat if need be.

3. A water proof sub that goes under the car where the fuel tank is/was with vents directing the sound into the cabin.

4. converting glove box into small sub, looseing used storage space though. :( and a lil 6" sub is going to do Sweet FA.

5. (my dream) Completely take out the rear seat and make a HUGE box (or boxes) to fill up the rear half of the cabin. easy fit 6x 15"s each with a decent sized box. crank it up and watch you front window get blasted over your bonnet :twisted:

just a few crazy thoughts...

Posted: Mon Dec 19, 2005 8:55 pm 
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some crazy ideas there mate. Another possibility is making a box on top of the parcel shelf to take the extra height
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