Aftermarket Amp Mounting Locations?

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Finally getting around to installing an LC 1.800 into my 16 sedan. I've measured under the driver seat and there's no way in hell it's going under there. I don't think it will fit under the pass either. I don't really want protrusion of the amp. Either way, can some of you who have installed an amp post some pics of it so I can get an idea? I don't really wanna put it in the trunk lol. My sub is having a custom box built to mount against the back of seat and rail.

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a LC-1.800 is 9″W x 7.95″D x 2.1″H
a ACM Series is 9.4″W x 3.0″D x 1.75″H
I've been able to fit 2 ACM amps AND 2 Fused distribution blocks under the passenger seat comfortably. Stacking two ACM makes dimensions to be 9.4″W x 6.0″D x 1.75″H

LC-1.800 should be fine under the pass. Just make an ABS plastic panel to mount it onto

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My dog

a LC-1.800 is 9″W x 7.95″D x 2.1″H
a ACM Series is 9.4″W x 3.0″D x 1.75″H
I've been able to fit 2 ACM amps AND 2 Fused distribution blocks under the passenger seat comfortably. Stacking two ACM makes dimensions to be 9.4″W x 6.0″D x 1.75″H

LC-1.800 should be fine under the pass. Just make an ABS plastic panel to mount it onto

...UGH

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Hol up. You have an ex bruh. Is your seat powered? Cause both of mine are.
 

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Hol up. You have an ex bruh. Is your seat powered? Cause both of mine are.
oh true. i forgot you had a touring. My other plan was mounting it upside down in the rear deck inside the trunk
 
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oh true. i forgot you had a touring. My other plan was mounting it upside down in the rear deck inside the trunk
I'm still gonna check once I get the amp. I just don't want it sticking out at all. But the rough guide I've made didn't fit deep in it. I also thought of that, but I'd have to remove the factory sub to do that and idk if I wanna take off the rear deck again :eek:
 

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I'm still gonna check once I get the amp. I just don't want it sticking out at all. But the rough guide I've made didn't fit deep in it. I also thought of that, but I'd have to remove the factory sub to do that and idk if I wanna take off the rear deck again :eek:
why are you not removing the factory sub? What were you planning to replace the sub with?
 

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oh true. i forgot you had a touring. My other plan was mounting it upside down in the rear deck inside the trunk
I did that in my wifes mustang, works well and stays out of the way, mostly.
 
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Tis done, it's my official sub yet, just one I had lying around.
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why are you not removing the factory sub? What were you planning to replace the sub with?
What's your accubass settings at?
 

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