I just got 4 of Singer's 4" Dayton neo fullranges in the mail today. These will go in the stock locations of my hatchback tomorrow. I plan to go to the hardware store to pick up some PVC pipe to make some pods for the rears but I have a few questions/dilemmas...
-Anyone know how much tubing I will need to make a proper enclosure for each?
-The front speakers are mounted in the dash, hidden behind plastic grills... I doubt theres room back there for a proper enclosure... Would it me smarter to leave the front speakers "free-air" than put them in an undersized pod?
-Should I stuff the tubes/pods with polyfil or similar?
-The speakers don't mount up perfectly to the stock holes... I'm thinking about cutting some mounting rings out of some sort of thin sheet plastic if I can find it, and than use something like a butyl rubber as a gasket between these mounting surfaces. I know this is hard to explain, but does anyone else have an easy solution to mounting enclosed speakers in a hatchback without harming the existing panels?? I have an extremely rare car and I don't want to cut anything or use any permanent/harsh adhesives
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