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Ok I know that firing into the cabin (towards the rear seats) is the norm, well at least around here. But what about placing the sub under the rear deck, facing the back windshield and using the 6x9''s (dead) as passive radiators ? or simply removing the 6x9's and let the air freely move through the 6x9 holes ?

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What sounds best will be different for every car. Try firing the sub in both directions and see what works for you. It all depends on where you will end up with the most interference, nodes, and what not.

Either way you will probably find removing the 6x9's beneficial. Making a good passive radiator setup is more complicated than this.
 

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What sounds best will be different for every car. Try firing the sub in both directions and see what works for you. It all depends on where you will end up with the most interference, nodes, and what not.

Either way you will probably find removing the 6x9's beneficial. Making a good passive radiator setup is more complicated than this.
I agree with this.
 

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What sounds best will be different for every car. Try firing the sub in both directions and see what works for you. It all depends on where you will end up with the most interference, nodes, and what not.

Either way you will probably find removing the 6x9's beneficial. Making a good passive radiator setup is more complicated than this.
Pretty much nailed it on the head here. Especially the part about passive radiators....

What model car is this in anyways?
 
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