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Car: Chevy Van 1990 (Diesel 6.2L)
Amps: Kicker ZX200.4 Kicker ZX 850.4 Kicker ZX 1500.1
Subwoofers: 2x Alpine Type-R 10"
Speakers: Hertz HSK163.3, Pioneer 8" 3way coaxial (we dont remember which model is :)



So, owner want's to add little bit more bass in his Chevy Van audiosystem. Despite the very big space inside the van, owner tell us what we need to use this space as few as possible. This is hard question with 3 amps and 2 subs. So we decided try to use the space under rear seat.

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After few minutes with measure tape we got first part of amprack. (We use the plywood)




Good. Next step- lower part of amp rack with front walls for subwoofers enclosures




Now we can begin to create amp rack with subwoofer enclosures





Front side wall thickness

 

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Next step- check how the small amplifier will fit between subwoofers


Good!

How about other amplifiers?

Yes, they would be installed behind the subs (first test passed)



Time to reinforce the subwoofers enclosures and vibration damping enclosures walls



Next- check how the amp rack fits under seat?

Ok.




Subwoofers



Amplifier-box will be with rounded corners




This is an upper cover of the box.

 

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Nice job! Might have to borrow that angle Mount look.

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That looks good. I'm curious about the purpose of damping tiles inside the enclosure though - that stuff is not structural and certainly doesn't reinforce anything. I suppose it would create a pretty good seal though if all of the seams overlap.
 
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