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Old 03-15-2006, 01:20 PM
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I am going to be redoing both sub enclosures this spring trying to get the manufacturers recommend volume inside the enclosures and still get them to fit in my 197.
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Yes, I do want to know how that project goes! (In case you were wondering )

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Here is a picture of the sub behind the kick panel on the driver's side.
Woah, from what others have said in the past I expected that space on the 197 to be much smaller .

It looks like there is a ton of room under there to put a decent enclosure. Especially if there is room between the footrest and forward seat back. Might have to get creative with the box design but it looks relatively easy to get a cube out of that space.............unless the pic is deceiving.
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Old 03-15-2006, 01:55 PM
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I love that!! I may do something like that.
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I built a sub box for under the bow filler cushion of our 205V. It's down firing tho.
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Old 03-15-2006, 02:02 PM
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Woah, from what others have said in the past I expected that space on the 197 to be much smaller .

It looks like there is a ton of room under there to put a decent enclosure. Especially if there is room between the footrest and forward seat back. Might have to get creative with the box design but it looks relatively easy to get a cube out of that space.............unless the pic is deceiving.
the pic is deceiving
I think an enclosure could be made by one of you handymen, but not me... The JL comes close to touching the front seat back when installed in the kick panel factory style. Andy, is that enclosure sealed? I even think it would be really tough to finagel an enclosure up into that spot when I consider the steering gear etc.
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Here is the one that is behind the observers seat. I have another that is behind a custom kick panel under the cockpit that incorporates the same "X" but is raised off of the box. The kick panel also has a custom made rectangular diffuser just above floor level for my heater, and works incredible. The "X" on drivers box will be backlit with red LED's in the next few weeks. I will post pics of that once the LED's go in.
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I had a box made for my 197. It is in kind of an L shape. Works out pretty good. It holds a 10" sub. I can get dimensions for any one that wants them.
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I had a box made for my 197. It is in kind of an L shape. Works out pretty good. It holds a 10" sub. I can get dimensions for any one that wants them.
Yes, if you have dimensions for one that would work behind the kick panel on the driver's side, I'd like them.
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and where is this placed at in your 197
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Are these dimensions for a SEALED enclosure that would work with say a Clarion 10" Sub? You think it could be built right on the back of the factory kick panel in front of the driver?
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