You will probably get many different answers to this. I think there probably isn't an answer, because it depends on too many other things, ex.) airspace you can provide, is it for SPL or SQ, and other than that...I don't know, and i doubt anybody knows for sure the best. I can say, however, that subs up, port up sounds good, subs facing to the front,port up sounds good, walls sound good. But if you want to compete and you put in a wall, you will be in the class with some hard hitters and they will probably beat you.
yeah, I don't know what the hell I was thinking. I should have said: Is it completely for SPL competitions or do you want something that will have a little more sound quality, like more of a streetbeat setup.
it wont matter too much which way the subs are facing IMO... You are pretty much going to have to build a wall though with that much sub and a port to go with it. Do you have experience with woodworking? If not this is probably a project you'd be better off letting a competent car audio shop tackle..
i have two 12s in my extended cab the port is on the middle and it faces up the box sits up against the rear passenger door and comes just behind my shoulder thats big enough for me my **** pounds....and since i have the room and never more than one passenger im lookin at puttn in a third i get goosebumps just thinking about it lol...but ya 15s ported pretty safe to say the bigger the better
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