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so I just ordered four kicker s10l7 and i plan on putting them in the titan, i noticed on the new subs the bottom is nice and shinny and was wondering about mounting two of the subs inverted, now I am thinking they would have to be mounted in a ported box, and how much sound quality will i lose, and is it just a waste of subs, thanks for the help
 

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tutttitan said:
so I just ordered four kicker s10l7 and i plan on putting them in the titan, i noticed on the new subs the bottom is nice and shinny and was wondering about mounting two of the subs inverted, now I am thinking they would have to be mounted in a ported box, and how much sound quality will i lose, and is it just a waste of subs, thanks for the help
Are planning on removing the back seat?
 

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no, but if i were to do two inverted i would have to take out some leg room, because the only way i see to do it is to point them towards the front of the cab
 

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no, but if i were to do two inverted i would have to take out some leg room, because the only way i see to do it is to point them towards the front of the cab
The inverted idea will be a nightmare if you ever have anyone sitting in the back. Its hard enough to 4 back there in the normal box location.
 

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still wondering tho what is the best way to do and inverted sub, do u loose sound quality, and do you port the enclosure?
 

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You do not have nearly enough airspace for a ported enclosure unless you remove your rear seat. Even sealed will be a problem.
 
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