This is a short walkthrough on how to "vent" your rear deck for better bass transfer from your aftermarket subwoofer.
This will give far superior response in the upper register of the low-end frequencies and provide increased "percieved" accuracy.
You'll get better a better percieved transient as well (ie pop, think bass drum/guitar) and the bass will be truer to the music.
It's a must have in my opinion.
This one was done on hutru01's LGT (Miracle Whip) (mine is also flushmounted
I apologize for the lack of stock shots (and maybe a few others) it was a busy project weekend and I do the best I can to record the events to share with all of you fine folks.
Here are a couple of links to the other recent project on hutru's MW:
DIY Additional Front Grills and Intercooler Shield:
DIY Grill Done Right (Plus Fog Bezel Matching):
(also done this weekend)
Coming within the hour..........
Here it is: http://legacygt.com/forums/showthrea...20#post1191120
Well, here's the walkthrough and feel free to query.
EDIT: THERE IS A FACTORY PLATE WITH TWO SCREWS THAT NEEDS TO BE REMOVED ONCE THE DECK IS OUT (it's a big black circle, you can't miss it).
Mock Flushmount walkthrough added in post #12.
You'll no longer need to open the "skihole" for the bass to transfer properly from the trunk. But you also have the option of having both open (Skihole = low, "rolling" bass, Deck Vent = Clean tighter bass, Both =
It really does make a HUGE difference.........................Clean Bass, mmmmmmmmm, tasty.
Let me know if you need any help or clarification.