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So I happened upon this clean blue beauty and for a price of almost half of all the others of similar year and mileage, I snatched it up. My build plans with it are to move my current system from the explorer into this since i will no longer own the explorer in a short time. The equipment being: HU- Pioneer DEH-80PRS Subs- Two SoundQubed HDS312D2's Amps- SoundQubed Q1-3500.1; AudioQue 90.4 Mids & Highs- CDT CL61A Wires- All Sky High 1/0, RCA's, 12ga speaker wire Power- Haven't decided on an alt yet, gotta contact singer, see what he's got. I don't think I'll go with anything over 300A on the alt. I'll have a D3400 under the hood, and I've got a D4700 i had bought for a cruze that I'll keep by the amps. Hopefully I can get started on transferring it all this weekend. I've got duty saturday so i'll have all day sunday to knock it out. The only things that need bought are the D3400 and the alt. I'll post pictures as i go through the install. edit: fixed the pictures
2 x SoundQubed HDC 3.1 12s Dual 2 Ohm 1 x SoundQubed S1-2250.1 (planning to strap 2 together in near future) 2006 Chyrsler 300C 3/4" MDF So this is what I got going on here. I need some help or someone to design an enclosure for me to fit perfectly in the trunk of my car. It has a funny little curved lip where the wheel well fender comes into the trunk, and the battery/spare tire equipment is underneath a little pull-up door. I need a box that will fit on or over the wheel well curves and allow me enough room to still have access to the battery and spare tire. I have the spare tire out and plan on using the space for a storage since most of my trunk will be occupied by these big bad boys and all the wiring required to power all of this. Battery 2 will be installed by Battery 1 considering there is plenty of space under the pull-up door to do so. Also planned on mounting my amps in this space as well so I can just pop open the trap door and adjust my amps as needed or something as convenient as possible. Hardest part of this install has been running 0 gauge runs to the Alternator as well as finding all of the grounds to do the Big 3. Im new to this site and new to box building but i got carpentry skills from roofing and such so not a rookie with the tools and such. Just need dimensions and port diagrams and a skematic is possible as to the best design for what i need done. If any questions, ill try to answer them but Google will answer anything too. Not looking or super in detail lecture on bunch of unneeded info from some of you BassNerds. Just need an enclosure diagram to fit my needs. Thanks.