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I have now got all the components i need to build a pucker install, the only problem is , how can i fit 4x 15" subs in the boot and what design to go for?

 

just wondering if some of you had some ideas - the best design i will use for my boot install - there is a picture below if anyone fancies using this to put their designs on

 

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cheers guys

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Hi mate, wounderd where u were, i would think your goin to be very hard pushed to fit all that in the boot, as you wont be able to have the right size boxes, are you able to take the rear seats out?if not its going to have to be a fairey simple design imo to get the most from the space in your boot.
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Astra mate, that shouldnt stop ya just cos its a 5 door

 

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This is summat like i would prob go for, as this will maximise the boot space cos imo youll need it all. a subs would be facing the back, 2 facing the seat, the box would be split into 4 sections inside it with the amps n stuff on the top

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cheers lads

 

ian, i like your idea, but would the two subs closest to the seats be able to move enough? - i haven't been on the board lately cus my work now monitor internet activity

 

 

to untilise the boot i'm thinking of taking the selves on either side of the boot ( the ones that hold the rear speakers ) and starting the build from that height down. would this give me enough space to do something fancy

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Yeh it should do, you would need to leave about a gap of 1 n half inces mate, or how ever much your subs say they move.

 

I thik that would be the best way honestley as u need all the room for the subs.

 

another way would be to fit the amps where i drew the subs and have all 4 subs in the top, build it so its just lower than where the parcel shelf is then you can hide it all.

You could make a parcel shelf with nothing in it but the frame (and a few supports) and cover it in a thin material, then people wouldnt be able to see the subs, but would sound realy good :thumb:

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