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RE: 4kq Audio installation

I put 2 bass tubes behind the front seats.  I left them unmounted so when I 
have passengers I can pull them out real quick.  They sound good and solve all 
the trunk problems.  I have heard of people making a rear deck out of 
fiberglass that you can mount the subs in that.  You might want to call Todd 
Candy and see if he has that deck available.
Pat Martin
864000csq turbo, 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge, MC and loving it.  Drilled rotors 
stopping it. Koenig Cobra 16x7 with AVS Intermediates turning it,  K&N and 
95 subaru legacy 
Bothell, Wa

Okay, since I'm spending money on getting the Q repaired (87 4kq), I
thought I'd spend some *more* $$$ on upgrading components of the stereo.
Just got a new head unit, separates, and rear-fill coaxials, so all's I
need now is -- subwoofer.

I don't want low-rider boom, but I do want more "bass" fill.  Nothing
punchy, just something to fill in the lows.

My only question is, where the heck do I put the sub?  I'd rather not have
it in the trunk since a) the trunk is already TINY, and b) I'd hate to
hear the sub firing through the metal of the rear seat.

So, to all that have done audio work on a 4kq, where did you put your
sub(s)?  The rear decklid seems like the only place to do it, with maybe a
10" free air sub, which should sound fine.

Any BTDT's?

87 4kcsq ()

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