7 with 85 will move more air. Higher port velocity and your subs will "push a little harder" near tuning. Go with precision ports if you wanna move air. I believe that car has a normal trunk, not a hatch. If my assumption is correct fire the subs and port(s) into the cabin sealed off from the rest of the trunk with the rear seats folded down.
Bought from - Hazardous0388 (4 db Drive 2000.1s), Psychoacoustics (4 Powerbass XA 3000'ds), and blackedoutavy (PPI A200)
Sold to - D-Rew (Knu 1/0), d77543020 (Knu 1/0), F1McLarenAGR (Audioque 4x90), and SacTownBully84 (Knu 1/0)
Traded with - SacTownBully84 (my xa3kd for his xa1.5kd + cash)
Subs forward. Port up. Use a true L port. That box will not work well
why dont you think so? is it because the port is too close to the sub? im open too anything now.... just trying to fit everything in such a weird space.
if i do subs forward they will be touching my front seats. i guess i can go a little higher and cut down on the depth, and go subs forward, port forward. something like a 5x18 port right under the subs traveling along the bottom portion and up the rear wall?
i guess ill just have to live with out being able to look in my rear view mirror.
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