now if this was done would the sound change??
the reason i ask is pound for pound nothing produces as much bass as a tube, i heard manny clean systems, not to manny could out bass a pair of 10" tubes,even some systems with 4 subs, and i havent even heard what the 12" tube sounds like yett, i just ordered one for my S-10 extended cab.
My new project is a 87 Buick Ttype (Grand national) Regal,
I have two brand new 12" Boston acoustic Pro's , these are the older 12.5 series they were made from 2000-2003 i think, they are 2ohm single voice coil subs,
I know these are SQ subs and in a sealed boxes they wont even come close to a set of tubes , if i put the bostons in a ported box they wont sound that great and the ported box has to be much bigger.
I want to install the subs in the side rear fender weels in the trunk of course facing in, it will be the cleanest place to install the subs and leave me with the most space. But it would have to be 2 smallish seald boxes and i dont think it will give me the bass output i want, but i know two 12" bazooka's would defently,
Now of course bazooka tubes wont fit in the rear fender weels but if i cut them in half they would, the 12"s are about 22" long if i cut them down to 12-15 inches they would fit pretty good, and if i bought a buick carpet trunk kit i could hide the tubs and leave just the front exposed, i think it would be a clean look,
But not sure if the tubes would still hit low in a shortened tube
what do u guys think??