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#1043226 - 04/16/07 11:48 PM JL W7 13'S IN A NISSAN TITAN
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Need advice from you guys to see what you think. I love bass always have always will I love to be heard blocks away not to show off but thatís the type of bass I love to hear and feel Need advise. I have an 06 4door titan crew cab I donít want to remove the back seat THE BACK SEAT LIFTS UP SO I WANTED TO BUILD A BOX THAT I CAN FIT WITH THE SEAT FOLFED THEN WHEN I NEED TO SUE THE BACK SEAT JUST TAKE THE BOX OUT AND FOLD THE SEATBACK DOWN I KNOW THE W7'S WOULDNT FIT UNDER THE SEAT I donít want to do a port through due to the read electronic window. I donít want smaller then 12

I want a hard hit box that I can take out of my truck when I need people to sit in the back.

Here is what I thought of

Deck Pioneer Avic D3
2 JL 13.5ís
2 JL 1000/1
Not sure on Mids/Hiís

Was told that I should go with 2 Sundown amps saz-1500d and 2 Memphis M3MOJO 12ís or 2 Stereo integrity Mag D2

I was also told I could go with two 10í Q subwoofers I guess Audiobahn used to make and still be able to keep my rear seat down and properly tuned they will hit so hard I will be happy not sureÖ

I KNOW JL ALSO MAKES A STEALTH BOX THAT CLAIMS IS 600W BUT I FOUND OUT THE CONTIN HANDLING IS 300W Contains two 10W3v2-D4 subwoofers in a sealed enclosure. 600 watt power handling. Wired for 4 ohm mono. Installs under rear bench seat



Please help

Below is a pic of a box that are made for type of truck THIS ONE CAN BE MADE FOR DOWN FIREING THIS GUY MAKES GREAT BOXES

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#1043333 - 04/17/07 06:40 AM Re: JL W7 13'S IN A NISSAN TITAN [Re: Ny_2_Lv]
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Cut first..then measure as you go along until it fits.
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OK..you seem to know what you want..should be loud as all heck. You don't need to be "told" what to go with..just use whatever you like that is within your budget.

So what is your question?
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#1043410 - 04/17/07 07:54 AM Re: JL W7 13'S IN A NISSAN TITAN [Re: Custom Audio NY]
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 Originally Posted By: Custom Audio NY
OK..you seem to know what you want..should be loud as all heck. You don't need to be "told" what to go with..just use whatever you like that is within your budget.

So what is your question?


x2.

sounds like you want W7's in a box that you can take out (feel sorry for you if youre moving that box in and out yourself) and you seem to know what kinda power you want to run.

what are you asking?
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#1043630 - 04/17/07 11:57 AM Re: JL W7 13'S IN A NISSAN TITAN [Re: 93_chevy]
Custom Audio NY
Cut first..then measure as you go along until it fits.
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Yeah, I just installed a set of 12W7's which weight over 30lbs a piece, I am sure the 13.5s are heavier..add that to the thick MDF you will need to support them..you are talking well over 100 awkward lbs. to lift in and out. It may not be an issue but something to consider.

BTW the W7's kick butt..just be carful not to damage the surrounds while installing them...read the directions CAREFULLY and follow to the letter..these do not mount like average subs..they also use 12 mounting points instead of 8 like most other subs. I can install them myself but I am experienced..if not experienced I would want at LEAST one assistant to mount these..possibly 2.
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#1043945 - 04/17/07 05:59 PM Re: JL W7 13'S IN A NISSAN TITAN [Re: Ny_2_Lv]
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A W7 enclosure of any size is no fun to move in and out on your own. Some times you have to make sacrifices in life. You want that hard hitting (knock your head off) bass, you might have to loose that back seat. As far as a stealth box JL also makes a ported stealth box for that truck. The 2 10w3 box is ok with a JL 500/1 or 300/2 but just isn't going to be what your looking for. In all honesty nothing thats not going to take up seating room or be a pain in the rear to take out, is going to be what you are looking for. Though the stealth boxes sound realy nice and clean. Just not going to be quite as loud as you describe that you are looking for. In intrest in amps I would always recomend JL amps in any W7 application, the 3 ohm voice coils on the W7's just seems to work the best. JL amps are clean, powerful, and fully regulated. Check out http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2253959

Hope my advice helps
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