|08-23-2013 11:20 AM|
|Codi_P||I'd really like the floor dimensions if you got em. :)|
|08-01-2013 02:08 PM|
Amps arent just for subs. I have an amp specifically just to power my speakers.
But I would assume that you would put the sub in a box somewhere inside the car. Just a thought :-P
|07-31-2013 06:57 PM|
|Floodyou76||so this is just for amps...where the subs suppose to go?|
|07-31-2013 04:06 PM|
|Paladin||blueprints i could follow would be really great. that way i can just get the lumber cut at my local sawmill.|
|06-10-2013 04:04 PM|
|freemind||You can use 2x4's and cut them in lengths that will allow spaces for venting along the edges of said amp rack.|
|06-10-2013 12:59 PM|
|ViperThreat||I was going to do a false floor on my build as well, except I ran into over-heating issues with the amp just sitting under a front seat. Id suspect if you have a strong amp, you may need to build in some fans for proper air-flow to keep your amp cool.|
|06-03-2013 05:10 PM|
|Jon_SVT||I'm sure pics would be appreciated.... just sayin. I have a false floor with amps under it already and its the greatest thing ever! Makes my audio install SUPER clean, looks OEM...|
|05-06-2013 07:57 PM|
False floor for amps, anyone interested?
I'm going to be making a false floor in the rear hatch area for my 3 door SVT soon and I am curious to see if anyone is interested in buying an assembled unit or a kit with instructions for one like mine?
I'm going to use MDF, and it will cover the whole rear hatch area behind the rear seats. It will only raise up the floor by 2-3".
Spare tire will still be accessible, seats will be fold able, and the area will be able to house an amp for my subwoofer as well as a 4 channel for the door speakers.
The finished product will be a level area in the rear with hidden amplifiers.
Once I make this, I will have plans for it so I figure why not use this as an opportunity? Would anyone be interested in purchasing a assembled or a cut (but not assembled) kit type setup? I plan on posting the plans on here for you handy guys and gals.
There's room for modifications as well (plexiglass floor to see amps, or a small toolbox area? who knows)