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Amplifier Mounting Location

Does anyone have any suggestions on where to mount a 4-channel amp?

I don't want to do anything custom as far as boxes or enclosures.

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i have 3 amps in da front trunk ^^
 
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would it be possible for any of you guys to post some pics?
 
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that is a class job, man! i don't have the time to get something that intricate though.
 
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if you take out ur spare tire (if you have 19 inch wheels, then the spare is no use)... there should be plenty of room for you to play with ^_^, the reason why it's done this way on my car is b/c there is a front sub in the trunk...
 
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Hey Kevin, how does your sub enter the car? Did you drill a port somehow??
 
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ohhh, true. that's a hell of an idea.
 
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i'm not sure ^^ Reus did it for me... but however, their idea is that this should be a bolt on kit, and no drilling was made...(they don't like drillings...haha)
 
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