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Old 10-18-2009, 02:56 AM   #1
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Help REG. Cab Silverado

Just like it says im I just purchased a new body style regular cab silverado and need a lil more base from behind my seats.... My issue is no room....

Right now im running a Pro Box Rocks (box) from a crew cab silverado for it fits but my seat is slid forward and cant lean back on passenger side... also my center console/armrest will not fold up to fit 3 in the cab.... Its a 10' street edge that i was told is a type of memphis sub... and a ported box... I am running an old Lanzar 800watt vibrant amp for the time being...

The sound is ok but the port is facing the passenger side and its obvious in the cab so its almost like it needs to be out the middle of the truck so its not like an obvious bass coming from the passenger seat... Im not really picky if its a ported or sealed just as long as its just as loud or louder... Would yall suggest going with a shallow mount 10" or 12" would the 12" be as loud as this 10 in a ported box.... I havent played with this stuff enough to know what is louder... If i need to build a box for a shallow mount sub sealed i'll do that if its compairable to what im running now.... If you guys could help or if yall have built a box for one and have ideals that would be apreciated also..... thanks....

Im basically wanting a box that you can hardly tell is back there other than the sound... i need to be able to move middle armrest and need my seats all the way back atleast on drivers side....
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12" will be louded and even louder in a ported box i have the same thing a 88 chevy single cab and i fit 2 12's behind the seat
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Old 10-18-2009, 12:19 PM   #3
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There are some AMAZING shallow mount subs out there, with good power handling. I'd say a couple 12" shallows would be more than enough.

Oh, and a pic of where your trying to put this box helps with ideas.... lol
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who makes a good shallow mount sub... is the P3 worth getting and do they do good in a ported box or no>?
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I've heard the JL TW5 first hand and they sounded really good. You'd never know they were anything different than a regular 12"... also I believe that Pioneer makes one. There is likely others too, I just can't think of any more off hand.
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