I've upgraded the mids and highs in my WK and now I'm really missing out on the low end sound. I want to add a subwoofer setup to my stereo, but am trying to figure out the best way to go about it. My original plan was for a false floor, but don't know how I'm going to prevent rattling and really don't know how I'm going to fit a decent sounding sub into a depth that short.
The next option is based off of another install I've see on here with some slight changes. This is the one that I'm using for general dimensions:
Now I'm wanting to dress it up a bit without going over the top. I'm also up in the air on which sub I want to go with. As of right now, I have a JL 10w3 that wasn't too bad for low end fill in the trunk of my last car, but could probably use a bit more oomph. That could be with a port, a second sub, or a better sub. I've been eyeballing the old school aluminum cone Eclipse 12" subs because the sound amazing, but they're kind of hard to find and the really good ones are SUPER deep. Since I have the 10, I'm going to stick with that design for now.
This is what I've come up with so far:
I am thinking the second side will either be a second 10w3 or a slot port that's hidden. I'd like to find a way to incorporate some metal into the design, but would only have access to sheetmetal. A press fit grill would be great, maybe in chrome to look like a headlight, but also might be a little too much.
The grill in the middle would be removable, with green LED lighting up the inside of that area. Nothing is cut at this point, but looking for some thoughts on this idea.