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  1. I love the show and don't care it's not 100% street cars. They still gotta drive them down that road race time. I wish they would really dump some more power in the Farmtruck.
  2. So how hard does this box hit. What could you compare it to speaker wise. 2 12's....2 15's....even more. I now have 4 of these and want to build a box in the trunk of my very porting thru the rear armrest area.
  3. Any set-ups with these yet???? I might have to be the guinea pig then.
  4. I'm also interested in these subs. Could they be used as traditional subs? I was thinking about putting 4 of these, 4th order in my trunk. Any suggestions or reviews online yet?
  5. I made a thread like you suggested. I also found a website...The Box Guy....looks very good.
  6. So I downloaded Sketchup and pulled up the spec and cut sheet for the E8 dual box. I need my box to be maybe 4 or 5 inches shorter height wise. Can I take out 5 inches from the height and just add that back in to the length of the box. Will this mess up the port lengths and change where the box is tuned? I have plenty room width and length wise it's just the height that is too much. Here is a screen capture of the box I want to run... Here is what I am running now.
  7. I ordered a Precision Power i450.1 Amp. Gonna run 450 watts to the sub @ 2 ohms. Should beat pretty nice i think plus I here they are pretty good amps.
  8. Still gotta find a amp. All the amps I have laying around won't work. Thinking about buying a Alphasonik PMA800DF. Here are the Specs.... PMA Series Monoblock Class D Car Amplifier Rms Power Rating:4 ohms: 300 watts x 1 chan. 2 ohms: 500 watts x 1 chan. 1 ohm: 800 watts x 1 chan. Class D Circuitry 1 Ohm Stable Ultra Compact Chassis Design Mil Spec Double-Sided Glass Epoxy FR4 Circuit Board Nickel-Plated Block Terminal 4 Way Protection Circuitry Thermal, Short Circuit, Overload. and DC offset Low Level inputs Input Sensitivity: 200 mV-8V Variable Low-Pass Crossover: 50 Hz - 250 Hz Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 20 KHz THD: 0.12% Variable Bass Boost: 0-18 dB S/N Ratio: > 80 dB (+/-3 dB) Wired remote subwoofer level control included 4 gauge power and ground wiring recommended Dimension: 5.93" x 2" x 8.27"
  9. No room for a 6th order box which is why I am wondering if this Mobile Soundworks box will be good for this speaker. Thanks for the wattage recommendation. I was planning on running 600rms to it.
  10. This is my first post but I have lurked a long time. I recently was given an E8V3D2 as a gift from my wife. She knew I was looking at these and she surprised me with one out of the blue. I was looking at a Mobile Sound Works 8" ported box but didn't know if it will work well with this sub. Here is the box....http://www.ebay.com/itm/CUSTOM-SLOT-PORTED-MDF-ENCLOSURE-BOX-for-8-CAR-SUBWOOFER-0-75-ft-3-TUNED-34Hz-/200878352806?pt=US_Speaker_Sub_Enclosures&hash=item2ec54869a6&vxp=mtr and the specs.... Single 8" custom slot-ported enclosure Compatible with most 8" round woofers 0.75 ft^3 slot-port tuned @ 34Hz Solid 3/4" MDF construction Durable dark gray carpet Gold-plated binding post terminals Box volume: 0.75 cubic feet Tuned to: 34Hz Woofer cutout diameter: 7" round (oversized subs may require slight mod) Dimensions (W x H x D): 24" x 9" x 13" The dimensions are perfect as it will fit underneath the shelf when I lower the top. I have 35"x35"x10" to work with and the box will fit nicely. Will this box work well with this sub and should I point the port forward or towards the rear of the car. Also any suggestions on RMS watts to run to the sub and Amp suggestions would appreciated as well. Thanks in advance.....
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