2007-2021 Toyota Tundra CrewMax Ported Subwoofer Box Dual 10 or 12″
This Toyota Tundra CrewMax Ported Subwoofer Box is custom designed to hide behind the seats in your 2014+ Toyota Tundra CrewMax.
NOTE: CUSTOM SIZES (OTHER THAN STANDARD 9.2 AND 11.2) WILL TAKE 8 BUSINESS DAYS TO MAKE
5.65″ Mounting Depth
NOTE: We have 4.2 Cubic Foot Fiberglass Enclosure with 6.0″ mounting depth.
2.125 Cu Ft air space
To gain as much airpsace as possible. This box spans over 53″ and will require some minor trimming of plastic that you will never see nor will affect the performance of the seats.
We highly recommend you contact us to ensure the subs are you are selecting will work in this enclosure.
The box is made here in the United States with high quality MDF. Don’t settle for cheap particle board boxes that you find on online auctions and many other discount sites. You will not get the sound quality you are after. After each box is hand built box we coat the subwoofer box with a high quality polyy urea bed liner spray. Keep in mind the 2014+ Toyota Tundra CrewMax has very little room behind the seat. You will need to remove your seat for installation. However after the installation you can put the seats back in place. You will want to matt the rear wall before you install the sub, this will keep the rear wall from rattling. We suggest Ballistic Matting. Please note that most other manufacturers limit the size of their enclosures to 48″ to save on material cost. Our boxes span the entire available length in your Tundra. Airspace is a like your 5.7″ liter engine in your Tundra. No replacement for displacement. The more airspace you provide your subwoofer the more bass it can accurately reproduce. Our subwoofer enclosure is just a hair over 2.0 cu ft. We were able to stuff 10lbs of sausage in 5 lb bag! 🙂
To date this is our baddest setup for your 2014+ Toyota Tundra. Why? Well first off, we are not using shallow mounts subs with very limited xmax. 2nd, we are using a full size 12″ subwoofer. In addition, to 12″ subwoofers, the ID12V4s are VERY difficult to match. The mounting depth in your Toyota Tundra is limited, but these subs still provide a resonant frequency of 23Hz, the Xmax (how far the sub moves outward) is 17mm and they can handle over 45o watts (each) RMS. You will be hard pressed to find another subwoofer that will come close just in terms of physical size / performance in the limited space behind the seats of your Tundra. The SD (cone area) is also larger than most subs in its class. The cone area (part of the sub that moves) is 545 square CM. Coupled with the QTS, low FS and Xmax you will not find another sub that comes close! The vast majority of subs in this class / size have an xmax of maybe 11MM with much smaller cone area. Simple physics tell you that this sub will produce more bass just because of the physical parameters. Add the long reputation that Image Dynamics has for SQ (sound quality) and you will not find another sub that will fit in the tight area behind your seats AND produce this much quality sound.
For reference we placed the ID12 next to a shallow mount subwoofer and a full size 10″ subwoofer.
53″ x 21″ x 7.5″
Weight: 48 lbs
56″ x 24″ x 10″
NOTE: You will need .5 lbs of polyfill or two 27×27″ sheets for the box and subs to operate properly. WE do not recommend using “loose” polyfil. Smaller pieces can get sucked into voice coils and destroy them.
Christopher Morring –
Installed the dual 10″ unloaded enclosure with Sundown sd -3 10’s with a CAB 1600.1 amp this thing sounds great and gets loud!!! Fit was perfect!
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Jason Korthals –
Running 2 JL 12W3 subs in this box and it legit sounds awesome! Hits hard and clean,much better than the sealed box I had. Very happy and it fits great
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Wesley Lineberry –
This box fits perfect and I’ve ran the dual ID 12” subwoofers off the Tacotunes 1000/1 for almost three years. Got used to it and my friend retuned it. Should have know he set the gain knob up to were it clipped. They lasted their time. I wish I could use my own amp which now I will be upgrading to but, really would love to hear the dual 12” IDQs. I bet they will raise eyebrows and move some shirts. I’m an SQ fan but, sometimes I get heavy on the bass knob. So I am now trying some JL TW3 12” on a Zapco 1350. We will see how they do pair to the IDQs.
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