Yeah, that enclosure is pretty neat. The more I think about it, the more I think I'll just put one together this weekend. I'm not happy with the free-air performance of my setup. It just doesn't hit as hard as a sealed setup would. I measured every which way to try to squeeze a 10 in there, but decided it would only work if the box was built up above the floor a little bit. I removed the seat so I could do that if I wanted, but I don't want to. That box on customtacos must just sit down in the hole. There appears to be no hard mount to the truck unless they glue it.ewarnerusa said:Some older tacomas, or maybe it was still the truck, had idendical sized driver and passenger cubbies. When I was building my setup a guy showed me a pic of his and he had a 10" in each cubby. Yeah, a 10" fit! that actual sealed encluse for the cubby looks pretty slick. Mine is just free air.
I think the space is just too small to get optimal audio quality and that's why you don't see the big manufacturers making them. JL makes a downfiring stealth box that fits between the seats pretty nice and I think one of the Texas members makes one that puts a forward firing 10 between the seats with the speaker right between and behind the front seats. Both setups are nice, but don't leave room for my dogs. Here's the one from the Texas member.ewarnerusa said:cool. good luck with the sealed enclosure, i'm sure it would sound better! In performace products they sell an actual mounting setup for a Tundra that fits two 8" (I think) into the cubby. I'm surprised that Qlogic or some other "stealth" enclosure company hasn't designed and marketed something.
Mine sounds pretty good. Stuff with polyfill. No sealing or fiberglass. Way better than "half decent sounding"SurfingDrunk said:get ready to really have to seal the inside with some fiberglass if you plan on making anything half decent sounding.