We will probably get started on the enclosure in the next few weeks. I finished up the roof and I have the floor of the enclosure cut. The next steps are...
-cut out a portion of the rear decklid.
-potential welding to re-strengthen what's left of deck lid
-bolt in the floor of the enclosure and fill underneath with foam
-build the baffle
We already re-routed all of the fuel pump/evap/abs wires so they won't be "trapped" under the enclosure. I need to add an access hole to the floor of the enclosure incase the fuel pump ever needs changed.
The baffle will be slanted, with a sub in each lower corner and then one in the center sitting down in-between the outter woofers as low as possible. If we stack them touching each other they center sub will be right at 25" high. We have a max of 32" though so there will be space between the woofers to make it look nice.
The port will be a slot that will be as wide as the roof and about 5.5-7" tall. Ill basically be building a sealed enclosure for the subs first, then the slot will exit through the top of the enclosure and travel over the top of it and finish flush with the edge of the slanted baffle. The top of the port will be another layer of 3/4" attached to the roof, and then I'll just need to make some sides to put between the enclosure and the roof. It should come out very clean, and the port will flow almost perfectly into the roof up front.
There will also be an array of mids and highs on the side of the enclosure that will be exposed when the rear windows are rolled down.