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extic Nov 7, 9:40pm - #58676 
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subs under back seats

anybody know anything about hollowing out under the back seat to throw in some subs? ive heard it done before and it would free up lots of trunk space. im thinkin about doin it
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Jamey Nov 7, 9:42pm - #58677 

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Originally Posted by extic
anybody know anything about hollowing out under the back seat to throw in some subs? ive heard it done before and it would free up lots of trunk space. im thinkin about doin it


Isn't our gas tank right under the rear seats???? confused confused
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TomSilverCelica Nov 7, 9:42pm - #58678 
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I could be wrong but I think thats where the gas tank is confused

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trog2233 Nov 7, 10:24pm - #58679 

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Yes the tank is there...BIG no no!!!! grin
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oneflyasianguy Nov 7, 11:14pm - #58680 
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that would be cool, start drilling rofl
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CelicaRacer05 Nov 8, 1:57am - #58681 

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if you really want to do that, you can. Just take off the tank, and get a fuel cell installed. you will also have to re-route the fuel lines. you will also have to build a sub box, thats very durable, cause once you bore that out, i think you will see the ground. and will have to seal the subs offcourse, but also seal the car from the elements. Go for it, tell me how it works

And come on guys, "gas, tank no no" its true, but if you really want to do it, you can upgrade to a fuel cell.

everyone on this site has a dream, lets help them fa-ful-it, (my dream, learn to spell,jk) Then we can drag on them when they fail.
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Elec-FuYu Nov 8, 2:18am - #58682 
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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
if you really want to do that, you can. Just take off the tank, and get a fuel cell installed. you will also have to re-route the fuel lines. you will also have to build a sub box, thats very durable, cause once you bore that out, i think you will see the ground. and will have to seal the subs offcourse, but also seal the car from the elements. Go for it, tell me how it works

And come on guys, "gas, tank no no" its true, but if you really want to do it, you can upgrade to a fuel cell.

everyone on this site has a dream, lets help them fa-ful-it, (my dream, learn to spell,jk) Then we can drag on them when they fail.

why do i find this post funny? eek rofl thumbsup

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RevMonster Nov 8, 2:57am - #58683 

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Pssh who says the gas tank needs to be left uncut?

Just put some saran wrap over the back of the subs to keep them from getting soaked by the gas. Oh, and make sure you don't short any wires by touching them and create sparks... that might be a big problem.

This is like a two hour project at most.

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CelicaRacer05 Nov 8, 4:30am - #58684 

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Originally Posted by RevMonster
Pssh who says the gas tank needs to be left uncut?

Just put some saran wrap over the back of the subs to keep them from getting soaked by the gas. Oh, and make sure you don't short any wires by touching them and create sparks... that might be a big problem.

This is like a two hour project at most.


Shut up god, this guy who started the post might not think your joking and go out and try. Come on dont post what you wouldnt do personally

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Anonymous Nov 8, 5:11am - #58685 
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Originally Posted by RevMonster
Pssh who says the gas tank needs to be left uncut?

Just put some saran wrap over the back of the subs to keep them from getting soaked by the gas. Oh, and make sure you don't short any wires by touching them and create sparks... that might be a big problem.

This is like a two hour project at most.


rofl this is straight comedy.
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RacerX225 Nov 8, 5:15am - #58686 
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Originally Posted by RevMonster
Pssh who says the gas tank needs to be left uncut?

Just put some saran wrap over the back of the subs to keep them from getting soaked by the gas. Oh, and make sure you don't short any wires by touching them and create sparks... that might be a big problem.

This is like a two hour project at most.


lol...yea it might be a problem

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oas Nov 8, 5:18am - #58687 
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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
Originally Posted by RevMonster
Pssh who says the gas tank needs to be left uncut?

Just put some saran wrap over the back of the subs to keep them from getting soaked by the gas. Oh, and make sure you don't short any wires by touching them and create sparks... that might be a big problem.

This is like a two hour project at most.


Shut up god, this guy who started the post might not think your joking and go out and try. Come on dont post what you wouldnt do personally



lol rofl
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MrSilly Nov 8, 7:58am - #58688 

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hahahaha. you guys are hilarious.
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