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Mustang SPL Info Question

Old 12-28-2018, 08:00 AM
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Mustang SPL Info Question

My name is Henry, I知 new to this site (of course) and I知 kinda new to the SPL theme, I知 building my mustang up for SPL but not for the 3 second burps, I mean for like music and stuff.. I値l attach a photo and everything for people to have a good understanding of what I am questioning about.. in the SPL rule book it states...

The ICA for all Modified Street class vehicles is defined as behind the B-Pillar and lower than 12 from the headliner. Sub enclosure maximum height is measured from the ceiling to the tallest point of the box behind the B-pillars. Anything attached to the enclosure is considered part of the enclosure, including speaker surrounds, electronics including amplifiers, speaker pods, etc. No aspect of the installation may be closer than 12 to the ceiling of the vehicle. Trucks are allowed to use the bed as part of the ICA only for amplifiers and/or batteries.

Would my subwoofers like this, disqualify me or what.. I dont know. Or would I be forced to mount them the other direction.. or where would it put me as in what
電ivision, class.. or what.. I have no idea..

if anyone wondering what subwoofers these are.. they池e the new Dual 1ohm, Deaf Bonce: Apocolypse DB-SA312D1痴

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