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Old 05-08-2014, 09:58 PM   #1
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Hi, I am in the process of buying a 2013 GT Premium soon. I have a question. I am wanting to put two Kicker 12" L7's in the mustang. Ive seen it been done quite a few times on YouTube yet all of them were in custom boxes. I saw on the Kicker website that they have the "Kicker DS12L72" which is basically the two subs in a factory build ported box which matches the subs perfectly. This would be the perfect option yet I have not been able to find anyone that has used this in a mustang. My question is if this would fit in the trunk. I don't care if i would have to remove the seats or something just to get the box inside as long as i would be able to put everything back where it was. If this won't fit do you have any recommendations of what i should do? I cant spend a fortune on someone making a custom install for me yet it seems like it might be the only way to do it. Here is a link to the subs so you can see the specs and sizing Kicker 11DS12L72 Dual 12" Box with 2 Solo-Baric L7 Subwoofers

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Sorry! This was my first post and I just now realized that i posted in the wrong forum. This should have been in the audio section. I cant seem to delete this now. I wont repost unless this one gets deleted but I apologize!
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Hi, I am in the process of buying a 2013 GT Premium soon. I have a question. I am wanting to put two Kicker 12" L7's in the mustang. Ive seen it been done quite a few times on YouTube yet all of them were in custom boxes. I saw on the Kicker website that they have the "Kicker DS12L72" which is basically the two subs in a factory build ported box which matches the subs perfectly. This would be the perfect option yet I have not been able to find anyone that has used this in a mustang. My question is if this would fit in the trunk. I don't care if i would have to remove the seats or something just to get the box inside as long as i would be able to put everything back where it was. If this won't fit do you have any recommendations of what i should do? I cant spend a fortune on someone making a custom install for me yet it seems like it might be the only way to do it. Here is a link to the subs so you can see the specs and sizing Kicker 11DS12L72 Dual 12" Box with 2 Solo-Baric L7 Subwoofers

Thanks for your help!!!!!!

Sorry! This was my first post and I just now realized that i posted in the wrong forum. This should have been in the audio section. I cant seem to delete this now. I wont repost unless this one gets deleted but I apologize!
I have come across a few websites that makes custom subwoofer boxes for our mustangs. Google it. I believe one of them is zenoenclosures or something like that. $110-$130.

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May be you should make your first custom box. It is not as hard as it looks like. The subs will come with a piece of paper telling you the amount of square footage need. A saw, drill, wood, wood glue, and screws. Also fiberglass, paint, or carpet.
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