Wagonized
Lets see em..

Any numbers.

Preferrably 2nd gens

Curious what people have tried
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Rossfreier
i have a 99 4x4 4 door jimmy, subs up, port, back, totaly raw box with 2 15s behind the rear seats, on 2k rms, i burped 146.89 at 44hz. not that impressive but thats what i got, lol
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Wagonized
Im starting to really lean towards just doing a wall in this truck.

I have my wagon as my "loud walled vehicle" and this truck is my daily driver which id also like loud (150+) and playing low and sounding good. Putting a wall in just might be an easier way of getting my results.

Probably a 4th order Im thinking...that way its easier for me to switch woofer configurations just by changing sealed enclosures in the rear
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Master Yoda
is this the kind of blazer you have? look this build over. maybe this will help. it is tunned low and nasty!! 24Hz!!


http://www.teamolskool.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1165
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Wagonized
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Originally posted by Master Yoda:
is this the kind of blazer you have? look this build over. maybe this will help. it is tunned low and nasty!! 24Hz!!


http://www.teamolskool.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1165
yup i have the same generation.

if i was doin a wall it would definitely be something similar. Not a full blown balls to the walls sorta wall but something that can come out eventually and normal interior go back in.

Was thinking 4 18" DC level 4s with 2 500.1s on 16 volts perhaps
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Sinister-David
i have a 1997 bravada which is the same as a blazer fully walled to b piller with 4 15" mojo's and 2 mojo amps did 159.4 @43hz (box was way to dam big)on TL redid alot of it as we speak and hoping to be at 160+ this year
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new2boom
148+ on tl legal 2-12''s street b style daily driver box. 43 and 44 hz same spl
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