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This is a discussion on Sub under the pass seat within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; i just got the some boston acoustic speakers. for the front i got the boston 6in rc620s and 4in fx4s ...

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    Sub under the pass seat

    i just got the some boston acoustic speakers. for the front i got the boston 6in rc620s and 4in fx4s in the rear. now im looking in replacing the sub under the seat. some guy at tweeter said i can fit a jl 8in sub in the box of the oem subwoofer. anyone done this or got anyother aftermarket sub under the seat. any info at all would be helpful

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    I think stuffing an aftermarket sub in the factory box would sound horrible. I'd just go with a good enclosure, built for the woofer you get.
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    Rick at raamaudio.com is working on fitting a 10" under the passenger seat. Not sure of the eta though.

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