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  1. Yea, I've tried reinforcing the hinges multiple times now but they are pretty well warped from all of the flex and abuse. Water continues to find a way inside.
  2. Thanks guys for the replies thus far, its not going to be outside of the car but thing is my trunk tends to leak water in the rain and winter months, collects a lot of morning-dew moisture and a thin sheet of ice often forms on the bottom floor where the base of the box will be so I worry about the MDF wood softening and weakening over time
  3. Hi guys so basically I was wondering if I could use the SMD sunflash alone and on its own (no matting no paint) on the outside of my box to offer protection from the elements of rain ice and snow or if I should just use some standard polyurethane for this? I'm not very familiar with paint products but if I did use the Sunflash resin over the polyurethane my understanding is that there is no mixing required, it is ready to be applied straight out of the can but I do have a few questions/concerns regarding its use... (1)should I sand or prep the smooth MDF wood prior to applying the first coat of resin? (2)should I lightly sand the resin between coats? (3)how many coats should I apply for it to withstand direct exposure to water and moisture? (4)is it best to be rolled or brushed on? (5)how much will a gallon cover on average (6)Lastly does this stuff tend to dry clear or cloudy? Thanks to everyone who took the time to address my needs here and offer any tips experience or advice all input is greatly appreciated!
  4. Considering upgrading my entry-level pioneer DEH-14UB Head Unit IF it will make a notable difference in output or sound mainly in my sub-stage going with a upper-class pioneer, kenwood or alpine deck with 4-6v pre-outs. Tell me what do you guys think? I already have the entry-level pioneer wired up to a clarion MCD-360 crossover with 5v max output voltage so am I really going to notice a big difference in the bass production from the subs or no?? Any and all input is appreciated thanks:)
  5. Whoops, sorry for the double post. So OrionStang you think that a pair of AA Havocs off 2500 watts would sound deeper/louder/lower than a pair of the new Fi Q's off 3500 watts?
  6. So I'm guessing the Fi Q wont accomplish this sort of goal for me?? I like songs that dig DEEP and LOW such as walk with a waddle, thuggin, swing my door, dey itchin, soul survivor, I cook etc.
  7. So I'm guessing the Fi Q wont accomplish this sort of goal for me?? I like songs that dig DEEP and LOW such as walk with a waddle, thuggin, swing my door, dey itchin, soul survivor, I cook etc.
  8. Xcon I could look into icon or AA Havoc's I fear would be pressed hard off of 1800-1900 watts RMS daily and sundown I hear is best when run safely at nearly twice their RMS power (or at least having it on tap), I would need more than a single BC3500D to push those (the X's) to near their limits.
  9. Wondering which sort of sub-stage would offer me the best output in the 27-34 Hz range. I like low end bass that is "thick" and "deep" in quality. The sort of bass that warps windshields with ease, moves a lot of air, flexes everything and sounds like pure overwhelming sound pressure. I want a ground pounder that shakes your internal organs down to your bones blurs your vision and makes it hard to breathe lol that's what I like and that's what i'm aiming for. If a different sub besides the Bl or Q would accomplish this similarly please feel free to share suggestions with me but I would have to stick with dual twelve's in order to maximize cone area in my Honda Civic.
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