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Old 06-13-2005, 06:50 PM   #1
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I built my new box this past weekend, thought id share some picture of it.
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Old 06-13-2005, 06:53 PM   #2
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Good job!!!
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Sweeet...man
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Old 06-14-2005, 03:25 AM   #5
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That's a seriously cool sub box. Nice one
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Old 06-14-2005, 04:46 AM   #6
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VERY well done man
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i like that alot... very different from the normal box's u see
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Great idea. How much airspace is in the box?
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Looks nice. How does it sound?
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Looks nice. How does it sound?
x2 How's the sound there?
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Old 06-14-2005, 09:28 AM   #11
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looks realy good, those are 8's?
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Hi everyone, Thanks
The sounds is awesome, lot better then in the stock location. I havent tried all my music out on it yet, but i will during the week. Today after i get home from work, i will be installing my new head unit (Alpine 9855) I was going to go with the IVA-D310 but since the screen comes out and up, it would block my upper center glove box witch has my Blitz R-Vit unit at. And i really dont need a video system in my car, id rather have good music.

KamikaZ those are 10" that i have in the back. For the other question about the air box volumn ill get that when i get home, i have it somewhat drawn in autocad for the CU.FT. But if i remember right i think it was 1.26cu.ft. total.

I wanted a simple design but one that could have 2 10" with a rear deck look. Also in my design i wanted it to block the view to the truck space area, if i have anything in there.
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Do you have any measurments you can share with us if we wanted to build on like urs? or do you want to keep it a secret and make us find out on our own? :P Very very nice... does it rub on the interior panels when you drive? What i wanted to do was paint the top the color of my car (silverstone)... i think that would look pretty cool and then mount the amp in the middle between the who subs...
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I can get the measurments for the box, but the top plate was a cardboard templet made peace. Witch was easy to make, once the box was built. You can build it with out my measurements, by using card board to get the sides just right, the rest is just how long it is. my in side lenth was 36.5" long or outside 38"

As far as rubbing, my carpet is streched under neath and tacked inplace. My box is screwed to the bottom. on the sides what i did after i made the templet and transfered it to the MDF, i undercut the line by the blade width, just so to keep a good fit after the carpet was put on. If you do my type box, best thing to do first before cutting the holes around the subs rings, is to lay the box and the put your top plate in place, Screw it down then unscrew in take it all out, the screw the top back on to the top of the box, then trace the sub holes onto the back of the top plate. This will ensure a good fit after. But do not glue up the box untell after it all fits inplace.
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I was wondering if you were willing to share the drawing that you made on autocad. Box looks AWESOME
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Ok guys here is a JPG file with dims on it.
Make a card board templet to test fit it. Depending what kind of sub you have the magnit may hit the back. So test test test fit before construction Like that saying measure twice and cut once
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Nice original design. Looks good.
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simply wow, i have now recontemplated on what i want to do in my trunk area, i really love the way that box fits in nice job.
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Old 06-16-2005, 07:43 PM   #19
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yeah just quit your day job and build these...excellent work
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original, practical, and looks good...
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