How do I get good bass in a Dodge Ram Van?


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Username: Phuktupbasshead

Phoenix, Arizona United State...

Post Number: 399
Registered: May-05
I'm installing a setup in a 1984 Dodge Ram Van... I know, I know.

But can anyone help me get good bass out of this gaping hole of a cab?!?!?! I've got all the room in the world, but I think it's a little TOO much room. Which way do I fire my sub? I was considering down firing them, but I'm not sure... what do you pros have in mind on this one?

Here's the equipment I already have to choose from. (I've kinda been collecting along the way while I was working on the Mustang's setup) lol:

MTX 4160 Thunder amp (I planned on running it bridged to get 400 watts - but open for suggestions)

2 old school 10" Rockford Fosgate Punch (4ohm SVC)
- one's an XLC, the other is not.

1 10" Focal (4ohm DVC)

1 10" Kicker L7 (2ohm DVC) already in a 2cu.ft. sealed box

Any advise is good advice for me at this point... I'm sure some of you guys have done stuff for vans before... Also, I don't have the slightest idea of what to do with that Focal, but I know it's "highly recommended". So, what do you say? You guys help me out again?

Thanks, ecoustics! I really appreciate your help.
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