I put my speaker amp under the driver's seat and my sub amp in the back above the spare tire using the foam storage trayunder false floor?
i can imagine doing the floor from the scratch, using plywood. or maybe do a little modifying and make it a two stage floor, where amps are in between.
is there an easy/solid way?
i want to keep my tire.
*electrical stuff should be hidden from everyone and everything. so you don't have to worry too much.Any reason why?
Have you considered going with a sea-scooby kit? I have my primary amp under my driver's seat and it's been there for 3 years with no problems.*electrical stuff should be hidden from everyone and everything. so you don't have to worry too much.
*you never know what amps you'll run in future - big ones that wont fit under seats, loud fan ones. so its better you have just the spot for them.
*if you add processors or crossovers later on, its easier to deal with wiring when amps are close together.
amps are not big, but right now i have one amp and a 12" sealed sub in trunk and im already out of space.
Looks nice Chris. I didn't think the 05's came with the tray. Did you get it seperately.My amp is in the foam tray too. I'm adding a 2nd one as soon as it warms up.
Thanks. They are standard 12v computer fans. I have wired them up through the distro blocks and added a relay that is triggered by the amp's remote wire. One pulls air in from the spare tire well and the other pulls air into the tire well from the tray area to get some circulation going on. The only reason I didn't put it directly on the other side of the amp is cause I was planning on using the open area to fix a power inverter and add an outlet in the rear cargo area; that was 3 years ago.toddlamp, the setup in your pic looks good. does the left fan get cooler air to push inside?
i haven't inspected the panels thoroughly, so ill keep your setup in mind when i do.