I have a 83 Cutlass and im trying to Murder my friend in spl competion he has 2 p3 12's I was going to go with 2 15 type R's but I said f*ck it I want to murder him so will 3 12's L7's fit in my trunk??? only reason why i want 3 is because I have been given a 750 watt MA Audio amp and I want to hook my 2000watt class D amp to 2 subs (1 ohm load briged)and 3rd sub will run off my 750 (watt 1 channel amp) . so 2 subs have 1000 watts rms each 3rd will have 1200 watts rms
how big is ur trunk? you would know better than anyone of us... give us some dimentions to work with, max height, depth, and width. id suggest something more like 1 15" RE MT, 2 15" RE SX, 2 15" L7.. how much $$ do you want to put into this Daryl? Also, what kinda amp is your 2000watt class D?
the reason im staying away from those is because im sticking with ebay and only quality speakers that they have for under 500 a set is L7 Type R Rockford Fosgate and I dont want spend 500$ for one speaker
there really isnt much differece between spending 500$ for 2 subs or 500$ for 1 sub.. 2 subs doesnt mean the system will sound louder or better, it could, but thats not the determining factor. and i doubt that amp does 2000watts... L7's need ALOT of power, not sure if that would be the right choice for you to go with. your 3 subs wont even match up because the different amps/wattages theyll be recieving. RE is of much higher quality than Kicker.. www.reaudio.com call them and ask for a price quote for the MT or a couple of SX's.
if you wanna go for straight spl I would go w/ like 2 or 3 15 L7's cutlasses are big i'm sure you could fit it especially if you do like a spare tire well box like i did in my car. or you could do like 1 solo x 18 or a couple solo x 12's. The kickers do have reliability issues but i'm sure they would last long enough for you to smoke your friends car
J- Dub it's when you take out your spare tire and build a box to fit in that space that's what i had done in my car so i could fit 3 12's. the box is in somewhat of a square and the 12's are in in a triangle shape w/ 1 on top and the other 2 below that and the subs fire up. it really works out well it doesn't take up as much space as a traditional box that faces the trunk. plus you could either have it flush or build a whole panel to go around it and have a custom trunk w/ no gaps or wires showing. if you wanna take a look at it go here wwww.sounddomain.com/ride/644130