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SPL2K box?

I am looking at their box and I have sent them an e-mail but have not heard back from them. I need to know the mounting depth of the box so I know what sub to put in it. Anyone have any info?
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I have one and the mounting depth is about 3 1/2 inches. Mike recommends a 12" Pioneer TS-SW3001S shallow mount. I am a Rockford Fosgate die hard, and I ended up with the Pioneer. I am really impressed with it's performance. Also, go with the ported enclosure, you won't be dissapointed.


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I have one and the mounting depth is about 3 1/2 inches. Mike recommends a 12" Pioneer TS-SW3001S shallow mount. I am a Rockford Fosgate die hard, and I ended up with the Pioneer. I am really impressed with it's performance. Also, go with the ported enclosure, you won't be dissapointed.

What amp are you pushing it with?
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What amp are you pushing it with?
It's a 10 year old Rockford Fosgate Power 450S. I bought it off ebay, brand new never used!

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Old 05-07-2012, 03:18 PM
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how did you mount it to the cab like that?? I want to do the same but don't want selp-tappers through the back of my cab!
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how did you mount it to the cab like that?? I want to do the same but don't want selp-tappers through the back of my cab!
Curious about the floating amp, huh... Well, I can tell you that it is not screwed into the back wall of the truck in any way. However, it is very secure. While I don't want to give away the whole installation secret, I will say that it is built much like how a sandwich is made... the amp being one slice of bread...
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cool beans!
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how much was the setup tho?
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how much was the setup tho?
$225 shipped for the box only, no sub. Bought the sub for $98 off ebay.
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if you had to do it again would you go with duals?
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