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I would say look for a custom box off ebay or build one behind rear seat. Im not shure if you can fit a small truck box behind there but you may be able to. It would sound pretty good behind rear seat. Hope this helps

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Now say you have dual 4 ohm subs. You will still have the same problem going even lower than the 1.33 ohm or 6 ohms.

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I know it's not what you want to hear, but it's true.

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A WOOFER LIKE THIS ---- IS THIS A STORE BOUGHT POWERED SUB WOOFER ? DOES IT HAVE IT'S OWN CROSSOVER BUILT INSIDE ?? I WOULD GUESS IT NEEDS TO BE HOOKED
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POWERED SUB WOOFERS NEED A LINE LEVEL INPUT WHICH IS MUCH LOWER THAN SAY
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I am afraid in order to make use of your sub, you will need to buy an amplifier and a cabling kit to run it. You could run it straight from the headunit from one of the main channels but it would need a crossover so it wasn't fed any sounds which it couldn't cope with (high frequencies, they require very fast movement of the speaker cone, your sub wouldn't be able to do it)

Here is a link to a downloadable copy of headunit manul.

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hey found the answer to your question while looking for mine own, heres is the link to the pdf. it has all the specs from the company(pyle) dealing with the 10,12 square sub.
the info you are looking is under the category/ Vas (cuft.) which if i am reading correct to get the best sound you would need to build your box with 4.14 cubic feet. but look for yourself
http://www.pyleaudio.com/manuals/PLSQ10D-12D-PLW12DREN.pdf
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