Back seat will still be there. I have a lot of sealing (2pt foam), a lot of epoxy resin/fiberlglassing to do so ya, this is a test fit. I do have to say that even with the way it is it is very efficient, had to knock the gain down quite a bit, very little cone movement for the amount of output. Polo..
B, the only difference is the enclosure and the hole it is sitting in, lol. Once everything is done and carpeted i will replace the seat/panels. I amy just add the other two sx1250's tot he mix and still be able to get groceries in the back! Polo..
did you cut the bace or metal frame thing out behind the seat? and if you did is it possibls to put it back on and have ppl still sit back there when neeed? cu that looks like a good idea but then i would think that if ppl were gnna sit back that that it would sink into the trunk maybe idk can anyone tell me
as long as you dont tear the brace out and have clean cuts it wont be to hard to put it back in, you can always drill holes in it and stick a plate on both sides to fill the gaps (where the cut was) and bolt it down. Im pretty sure its goin back in to micheal.. i remember he mentioned some stuff about that before starting the project.
i dont think i'm going to be able to get my box out without cutting it. i had the hardest time ever getting it in... had to ram it in with my shoulder football style lol, and that was with paneling off the car
Actually what I removed was minimal. If you look at the remaining metal I did not cut a good amount of the seat support metal. the seat back will still butt up against whats left of the top support, once it is all glassed, sealed and carpeted the box will become a part of the car offering further support. As it goes the seat slaps right back in and I will be passing screws in through the top to attach it to back deck lid. It is quite loud as is...Polo..