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Old 9th February 2007, 14:40   #16
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this discussion will going to be very interesting........let us see what the final out come will be.....
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This may be silly, so tell me if it is, how about the roof above the parcel shelf.
Also will be an open invitation for thiefs!
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If you seat 3 people at rear you have to use side mirrors, so its like always having someone in the back seat
This reminds me of that Italian guy in The Gumball Rally. He said something like "the man behind me is not important".

Guys I have built a few subwoofers. In a an average car the compact sub options are:

a) Apreiodic: requires experimentation and tuning by ear
b) Isobarik-Sealed: Requires 2 woofers and twice the amp
c) Free Air: Can be Boomy and often is One Note Bass.

Choose your poison.

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The Innova is not an average car.
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hi,,,
have fitted idq's 8",, under the seat of an innova,,
sound really good,,



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Does having a box under the seat restrict the movement of the seat? ie moving it front or back?
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a) Apreiodic: requires experimentation and tuning by ear
b) Isobarik-Sealed: Requires 2 woofers and twice the amp
Navin Ji favorite enclousre.....hey one more TL.........
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Does having a box under the seat restrict the movement of the seat? ie moving it front or back?
Not in this install. But results will vary depending on car, sub and installer.
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So i guess i stick on with the tube and keep disconnecting it when i need to use the boot.
One of the greatest decision of the year.

But honestly, didn't you figure this out while buying that tube?
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One of the greatest decision of the year.

But honestly, didn't you figure this out while buying that tube?
Well ,Actually I was blinded by the effects then.
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well werfish..

I did the same with my old sub setup..had to remove it everytime i had to load luggage..thats why i went in for a new setup..[unfortunately do not have pics..] which is fairly good.

Ofcourse..free to air is good in case your indica does not have a rear wiper..else they are also ineffective..
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Ofcourse..free to air is good in case your indica does not have a rear wiper..else they are also ineffective..
Huh.... ???? wait up man, bakdatruckup!!! that made no sense to me...

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I am assuming too much here too.
Could you please why the Wiper cause a hindrance?
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Ofcourse..free to air is good in case your indica does not have a rear wiper..else they are also ineffective..
Well i guess the protrusion of the wiper mechanism on the inner side of the rear windsheild wont give us much room for ...say a 12" sub on the rear pacel tray...
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