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94 mustang gt vert subwoofer box and amp?

I have a 94 vert that i wanna install some music in but i am confused on what will fit and what wont fit being that the trunk is only so big. i wanna put 2-12 kicker l7s in there using this box 94-04 Mustang Custom Sub Subwoofer Box Enclosure & Amp Rack - Concept Enclosures | eBay will it work? i also want to put an amp on my highs. Will i have the room in the trunk for that box plus 2 amps? the box there is for circle subs but the guy said he could make it for square subs also. Im open to any suggestions! Please help!

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answered your PM, that box your looking at will kill all trunk space, and make them sound like crap, I personally would mount the subs in the rear of the trunk (under the speaker rack) with then pointed at the rear of the vehicle and slightly angled to reduce vibrations and rattle, that would otherwise make it sound like crap.


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ok thanks for the info...guess i will start looking around again....its so hard because of the little space that I have to work with. Where did u get your box from?
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I have to agree with the above, the enclosure is pretty cool-looking, but it's going to mostly rattle the trunklid -- i see that even the ports are to the sides so it's not going to send much bass to the passenger compartment. I prefer a sealed enclosure myself, you can get a pretty decent-sized square box into the trunk and have some more room on the sides. Benefit is you can move it to a non-Mustang at some point and it will still work.

I bought mine so long ago I have no idea what the specs were. Mocking it up with some cardboard is a good way to go and pick a generic enclosure that matches your size-specs, make sure you can get it in without bending it.
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Thanks for the advice Joze i will not be getting that box! It does make sense what you two guys said about the trunk rattling and no trunk room. About to head to a local shop to see what they have.
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Ok....think im going to go with the jl audio 12w3 subs and i found a better bos that doesnt take up the whole trunk through the company called Atrend. Hopefully i get the sound im looking for. I have read many reviews on the jl audio subs and they are all good comments so lets see how it goes....
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