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  1. The box will get a little bigger because you have to compensate for the loss in air space due to more port needed to tune so low. Port displacement. Your net volume for your sub would stay the same, but your gross volume for the enclosure would go up. It's your sub, and your build, but tuning to 25 hz is really low. Most rap doesn't even play that low. Maybe download winsld or ask someone to model that sub at different tuning. I fear you might be leaving a lot on the table tuning that low. But, like I said, it's your build, that's just my 2 cents.
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  2. I had it in a couple different vehicles. The first was maybe 3 feet, second was probably closer to 6 feet. As far as fuse, if it isn't popping you are fine as long as it is not higher than the wires rating. Also, my amp would be hot without playing any music as well. Forgot to mention that earlier.
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  3. I agree your work looks very nicely done, when in doubt post your designs for review before cutting, one way to verify calculations is sketchup, pretty effective at that but it does have a learning curve.
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  4. I don't know how I managed it, when I drew it out it all seemed fine. When I actually measured internal dimensions with a tape measure (after already cutting everything) is where I realized my mistake. I think my workmanship is fine, my actual designing isn't the best. I've designed some I'm proud of and others which made me feel dumb (like forgetting about wood thickness), I haven't made that mistake again lol. I'm getting better, what I need to do is learn how to use software, I don't know why but that's where I struggle. I appreciate your responses here, and also the help you've given others in the past because I've learned from that too.
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