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Old 17th March 2012, 02:48 AM   #1
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Default CSS SDX10 centre console box design

Hey, I'm planning on re-building the centre console of my car (it's roughly 8"x36"xVariousHeights6-15" currently) to put a CSS SDX10 into. What would people here think is the best design for the box? T-Line, Vented, Sealed, Something Else?

Edit: I should mention that I don't mind widening the box in front of the passenger seat (by about three or four inches) and extending that into the passenger's foot well. This should allow for more flexibility of box options as the volume of the current centre console is only good enough for a sealed.

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