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Just went to you tube and saw a VW Passat with a 6' cubic foot ported box in the trunk and yea it's a big box but that's ok I wanna use every inch anyways to fit my box. But I will definetly have to build it in place to get any where near 6 foot. It's ok if it's slightly smaller as JL only recommends 2.3 anyways as long as the tuning is correct.

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19 hours ago, jcarter1885 said:

I could barely fit my 3.5 cubic foot enclosure for a 15" in my friends Challenger, trunks arent that big to me. 

Really?  I've had like 3 or 4 bodies in the trunk of my Challenger before

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^ See when I clean out all the dead hookers from my trunk the 6 cubic foot box and 2 tiny amps will fit. Lol

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21 hours ago, Billy Jack said:

^ See when I clean out all the dead hookers from my trunk the 6 cubic foot box and 2 tiny amps will fit. Lol

Hahahahahaha!  Starting Friday off with a smile!

 

 

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