Gotta agree.. Glad the site has returned Kelly!RAVenous said:Glad the site is back up. Thanks Kelly.
A few months ago I had 2 sub boxes built that go around the L and R rear wheelwells. Made out of 5/8 inch fiberboard and covered in thin carpet. Fortunately, the amp fit in the R storage bin behind the sub box. The sub boxes take up virtually no cargo room and allow the rear seats to recline fully.
Heya RAVenous! That box install came out really clean!! Can't tell from the pic exactly what sub that is, but if for some reason it sounds too "punchy" for you, you can fill it with sound damping material to give it a smoother and lower bass response. I only mention this because I've built a few boxes with this exact design(mine new is pretty much the same, except larger), and I know sealed boxes tend to sound boomy(to me at least) unless crossed over low with a high slope, or else have a much larger volume. The smaller volume sealed enclosures lack the low resonance, but that can be compensated for by filling with an absorpbant material. If your installers knew what they were doing, they would have done this, and they probably did, but for such an [Inexpensive Thing] it's definitely worth checking if you haven't already. Rock on brah, and Happy RAV'n!