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Hey guys, I bought one of those stealth boxes with a 10" JL sub that fits in the driver side hatch area of my 94 Z - so I don't lose any space. My question being now... where can I mount my amp to keep my space? I'm considering my options. It looks as if it will fit in the t-top holder location flush against the front wall, but it will make contact with the t-top and I wouldn't want any abrasions. Any pics or suggestions? Thanks!
 

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well it depends if you want people to be able to see the amp. alot of times just to tuck it out of the way i put mine under the front seats depending on how big the amp actualy is.
 

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A company called Sub Thump makes a amp wall that mounts to the back wall of the hatch area. It will not get in the way of the T-tops either. Here you go, try this: http://www.subthump.com/acamarorack.htm

Or you can just mount it on the flat area right above the gas tank. That's where I put mine.
 

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ya thats where mine was in my 87 but now i have a 93 and i dont want it to sit out there because the stereo market is gettin really big and there has been a lot a thefts and i DO NOT need to invest any more in stereo equipment. my advice would be to mount it on the box and cover them.
 

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oh and the sun can overheat and damage your amp
 

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ya thats what i will do too. this is one "disadvantage" of an f-body, but hey im for performance so i dont care too much on how it looks(except for wires)
 

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A company called Sub Thump makes a amp wall that mounts to the back wall of the hatch area. It will not get in the way of the T-tops either. Here you go, try this: http://www.subthump.com/acamarorack.htm

Or you can just mount it on the flat area right above the gas tank. That's where I put mine.

go with the amp rack from sub thump - i bought the extended one and was able to fit 2 amps in addition to fuse boxes, etc and everything else needed to it. Didn't get in the way of my t-tops at all :D


(not my car)


The link that was posted above is down on their site...just scroll down to the bottom of this page for a better view:
http://www.subthump.com/acamarostealth.htm
 
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