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  1. Have you built a mock up box to make sure those dimensions will fit through the trunk opening?
  2. Weird. They're both S&I boards. Wouldn't think there would be much difference in build quality.
  3. Curious what issues you had w/Wolfram? I would expect them to be similar as they're both made by S&I
  4. 8.3 in sq/ft3, seems too low, esp for 15's
  5. Then you need to tune differently, run the ports protruding, or alter your box.
  6. What kind of box are they in? What car? Also, you might want to move this thread to the subwoofer forum unless you want advice on what Fi sub to get.
  7. Hit up Jeff Vue on FB. He’s in Sac and does great work. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008345143957 also the Sacramento Car Audio FB group is a great resource.
  8. Just curious, how do you measure the length of the port in this case? With an aero port only the non flared port counts toward length, right? So do you measure this down the center to where the kerf starts?
  9. Rule of thumb that many find inadequate is 12-16” of port area per cube. For a single 10 or 12 on 1000 watts 15” of port area would be sufficient.
  10. I agree with Joe x, a 12 is going to hit lower and harder and that box is right for a 12". Port may be a little small for 1000 Watts and good Xmax sub though.
  11. That’s 2.2 cubes gross internal, so prob close to 2 cubes net. Looking at specs on a few of those subs they are recommending 1-1.5 cubes for a 10”. Might think about making an enclosure for the new sub to spec.
  12. Lots of choices in that range that will work in that box. The box may be a little big for some 10’s. Is it 2 cubes gross or net? I’d add Sundown and Fu to your list and remove Skar.
  13. I have one for four and two .3 cubes net per sub ported recommended tuning 39 Hz
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