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currently i have 2 sa 15s in roughly a 4 cubic foot box. the reason for making this so small was to stay below window line for competing. i have been researching designs for my next set up which will be 2 dc audio lvl 4 or xl 15s on 3.5k. to get the suggested air space for these drivers i would no longer be able to stay below window line with sub up port back because id like to stay 6 inches away from the back hatch so the ports to load off the hatch. my only other choice is to build up as in build a taller box which would be above window line so i was thinking of just walling it at the c pillar so i will be able to keep my back seats. so my question is what are the pros and cons of a wall vs. a taller sub up port back box. i've already put into consideration about what will have to be done for bracing to make the box not move and for flexing purposes i would just like to know what you guys thought?

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currently i have 2 sa 15s in roughly a 4 cubic foot box. the reason for making this so small was to stay below window line for competing. i have been researching designs for my next set up which will be 2 dc audio lvl 4 or xl 15s on 3.5k. to get the suggested air space for these drivers i would no longer be able to stay below window line with sub up port back because id like to stay 6 inches away from the back hatch so the ports to load off the hatch. my only other choice is to build up as in build a taller box which would be above window line so i was thinking of just walling it at the c pillar so i will be able to keep my back seats. so my question is what are the pros and cons of a wall vs. a taller sub up port back box. i've already put into consideration about what will have to be done for bracing to make the box not move and for flexing purposes i would just like to know what you guys thought?
There's way more than just 4 cubes while staying under the window line. Do 6 cubes with a single 8 inch aero in the center. Subs up port back. And make the box as wide as you can
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Im pretty sure there was a new rule added that affected blazers in certain comps making it ok to go above window line as long as you are 13" away from headliner.

Because Blazers have a very low window line..
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where did you read that at? and i wanted to make it as big as possible but keep it 6 inches away from the back hatch
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anyone else done this or have any imput?
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