Originally Posted by rangerman16
thats just ridiculous but 3 15s would be pushin it youtr back cab youd have to sit all the way forward and who wants to do that? unless you know a awesome box maker then id go for it but 4 12s would fit and would hit as hard as 3 15s if toned right i had 3 12s in the back of my ranger and they hit 10x times harder then the 2 15s in my cherokee
im amazing at custom boxes. the box for the 3 15s would have to be built and assembled inside my truck.... it wouldnt be a slide in box.
and the 4 12s is what im going to do. becuase i already have 2. just need the other 2 old school kicker cvrs 12s i cant find them anywhere!!!!!
the reason behind going for the 4 12s is..... they will push more air then the 3 15s.... with alot less power.... the 3 15s would push a totall area of 141.37 inches.... the 4 12s will be push a totall area of 150.79 inches... that makes a BIG difference.
someone one here said im doing something wrong if my 2 12s arent hitting hard......
news flash: my 2 12s stop my friends from breathing listening to colt ford. the idea for 3 15s came along when i saw alot of people starting to put 2 12s in the thier trucks.... and i like to be a step a head and come up with cool deisgns and do things many people find too diffult... sad part is i dont got a lot of money. but i can built a small box with just the right amount of air for the 4 12s and have them hit hard enough to cause a heart attack.
plus, the 4 12s will be divided into 2 different boxes with 2 different amps and different switches. i cant choose to play all 4 subs or only 2 of them. they'll be tuned the same so i will have a good clean hard hitting bass... got the plans already and building of the box will start on the 6 of November.