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Old 02-15-2010, 07:29 PM
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You will have to take the factory batting away and put some 5/8" MDF in there and you can put ensolite over that, then mount your amp(s) to it. You will need to keep at least one of the vents clear or your ears will hurt everytime you close the doors. Some amps will get hot, some wont. As for outside noise, if you have a loud exhaust system it will be louder (you would be amazed at how much the factory insulation helps) Hope this helps ya, I have done a couple of these with great success, but it has its rewards and issues
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