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gillberg_1111
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gillberg_1111 Feb 28, 11:18pm - #114224 
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Where can I put my amp?

My back seats already have stuff on it. I have a Sony Xplode 1600 watt amp, i have it on my box, but it rattles.
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Evan
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Evan Feb 28, 11:24pm - #114225 

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Mount it in the trunk, or on the backside of your backseats. Or put it under one of the front seats.

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gillberg_1111
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gillberg_1111 Feb 28, 11:29pm - #114226 
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Will it get messed up under my driver side seat? it doesnt get moved too much?
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tgts2000
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tgts2000 Feb 29, 12:52am - #114227 

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I just put my on mine on the back of my back seat, i dont think you should hide it, find an original, good looking place to mount it in the trunk! thumbsup
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7th_gen_celica Feb 29, 3:55am - #114228 
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put it here:

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you cannot see it once the carpet is in the trunk!

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UncleBen
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UncleBen Mar 2, 2:22am - #114229 

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Originally Posted by isaac
7th_gen_celica, he said 1600 WATT... that location will kill his amp with so much heat within the first hour cry


1600watt xplode, so I'd guess 500 wrms tops, under the seat is ok as long as there is about 2 inches of room so it can cool itself. The back of the sub box is ok as long as it is a well braced box and the amp isn't on a weakspot the the middle of the back...
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