I'm trying to find out whats the best way to have your air flow from my 12's setup. I have a sealed box and I'm running 2 12's, to get more air flow from the bass some one said to move my speekers on the rear deck. If any one has a sugestion let me know thanks.
Oct 16, 02, 01:00 PM
i'm not sure i understand what you're asking, but i'm guessing you have a question similar to the one i had a few weeks ago. Look up the thread on Trunk/Cabin ports
Oct 16, 02, 02:40 PM
You can port a hole into the arm rest area and you can also port holes in the rear deck or take out speakers. I think your best bet is to port a hole into the area behind arm rest then if thats not enough then port a few holes in rear deck. Here's the thread http://g20.net/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=4319&highlight=cabin%2Ftrunk+ports
Oct 17, 02, 06:54 PM
take out the partion behind the rear seat get a pice of stiff card board trace the trim plate(the removable board in the arm rest) cut the replica out then cut the middle out but leave enough of it that it does not collapse then go buy some grill cloth and staple/glue but only staple/glue one side so the other side is neat and is the front now you can put it back and your shit looks neat and functional. p.s you will not here a diffrence be cause sub bass is omni-directional (no matter the direction you point in you will still here it)
Dec 13, 02, 09:01 AM
just take a couple of pieces of thin wood and put it where the seat goes up so that the seat wouldn't lock in place
then ull have about an 1 of air space that can go through the rear seats space
Dec 13, 02, 11:42 AM
first thing you should consider is porting the sub box, this will generate more airflow and produce more SPL. It maybe harder to control, but if you set it up correctly, youll find that the same amp and sub, on the same ammount of gain, will sound a whole lot better.
Dec 13, 02, 01:52 PM
careful what kinda subs your port, some are made to be sealed and some ported.
what kinda subs you got?
Dec 13, 02, 08:27 PM
1- remove rear speakers
2- fold rear arm rest, remove ski hole cover, remove trunk liner against seat