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Old 02-26-2019, 12:24 PM
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Hey all not sure if im beating a dead horse on this one or not but i have an enthusiast trim 2008 z. i was wondering since i dont have the bose system is the area still available? im useing a Pioneer TS-SW2502S4 shallow mount 10" and i want to use the stock location if its possible since i use my trunk pretty regularly i cant really give up space. ive googled and searched here for a while without finding any real helpful info. Im pretty audio illiterate so any info would be very much appreciated
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Old 02-26-2019, 12:42 PM
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It will work. It isn't ideal, but the small interior of the Z33 isn't that adaptable to a good SubW solution. Low frequency waves are long, and the Z33's interior is "short."
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Old 02-26-2019, 01:55 PM
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good to know, im not looking to get huge base or anything just something better than the oem stuff i have
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You can definitely get that.
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You can fit a homemade box for that sub in the cubby hole. Pretty sure I have the older model of that sub in a mdf box I made. Mine just faces straight up
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You can always get a powered sub in there too, I got a 8" RF one in there and I'm happy with it. Nice and tight bass doesn't rattle the car which is what I was going for.
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Originally Posted by DarkZ03 View Post
You can always get a powered sub in there too, I got a 8" RF one in there and I'm happy with it. Nice and tight bass doesn't rattle the car which is what I was going for.
The Bose/stock location of the sub is terrible, but if you want to do things right, here is a better way.... I still have room for a golf bag too.

https://my350z.com/forum/audio-build...ly-done-2.html
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