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Normally a speaker box with a 15- 20 litres capacity should be suffficient but it depends on the size of your car. I would not like to waste the boot area for filling up the subwoofer. hence you can compromise and make a tubular type subwoofer or if your vehicle is a sedan, cut out in the parcel tray. If you are able to make bass reflex, the port must be tuned with a sleeve. or else make an infinite baffle. sometimes this is very good for the low bass performance. design the size structure according to the car size, use good joints/ glue well or else it may sqeak with every bass beats. Hope this helps you. Good day

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