Be sure to post a Thread with pics when you get started, i love the fiberglass installs the the best for cosmetic reasons of coarse. On a side note i can't wait to get back into the car audio game again it's been so long i'm not even sure what's out there, after the twins get old enough i'll be back in.:TThanks bambino, I had a lot of pride in that box. Next on the list - designing a fiberglass/mdf IB install (current IB is all mdf)
If your talking of my build i don't even have the truck anymore let alone the equipment (sad story) the last pics i have of it was at the Kansas city World Finals. AHH! i loved that truck.:crying:Agreed, I love the flexibility of the forms and still maintain the strength! Do you have a thread posted? (Guess I COULD check myself huh?)
Thanks...it appeared that the 6x9's fit flush back into or nearly into the existing holes, thanks for the info. Nice job btw.Good question! So - yes, everything has matt on it, and the box is sealed facing towards the rear of the car. But did you notice how the 6x9's boxes are built into the subwoofer enclosure itself? (Being seperate air-space obviously) - This allowed me to remove the 6x9's from the rear deck and create several large openings, connecting the air space of the trunk with the air space of the cabin - it made the interior of the car a little colder at times maybe, but no big problem. It actually moved air very well, and keeping the 6x9 covers (the cloth, interior ones?) over the openings created a nice little bit of absorption/filter for any unwanted noises and kept everything looking stock.
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