Originally Posted by RAM_Designs
If you take out the back seat, you're likely going to be in a Modified class anyways, competing against guys with walls. Best best it to lay the seat down and see what you've got to work with.
The backseats don't lay down in these cars. Or at least not in my 91. And in dbdrag, you can build in the backseats without competing against walls, as long as you stay below the window line.
OP, what organization are you competing in? My 91 ST peaked at 52hz when I had a basic little setup in it, so I'd say that's a starting point. One big problem you're going to run into as you get louder is the doors not being braced at the top. Just something to keep in mind as you start getting louder.
Besides that, build the biggest shell you can that's still within your class limits, and go from there. There's a good bit of space in the backseat area of these cars, so you should be able to fit a lot of stuff in there.
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