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Installing New Subs (NEED TRUNK SPACE)

Poll Results: I Need a sub/subs but cant loose too much trunk space

 
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im new to this thread and everything sub related so help me out please, share your knowledge smile.gif

I NEED ENOUGH TRUNK SPACE FOR 4 SETS OF GOLF CLUBS.

Right now i have two twelves in my car with a 900 watt per channel kenwood amp and it is WAY to much bass for me, i was researching and thinking about selling what i have now, and installing a 8 inch sub in the rear deck in between the rear speakers, i would of course have to cut a 8 inch hole in the back of it but how would i go about getting a box ? the main reason im doing all this is because i need trunk space, i like some bass, i dont need everyone within a halfmile of me to here it like i have now, just something nice that complements all types of music and i could turn it up louder if a specefic song came on. long story short i need some sub without loosing trunk space,

THANKS
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AVS is mostly dedicated to home audio/video. You'll have better luck getting help at DIYMA or Caraudio.com's forum.
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