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Meave Stede

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About Meave Stede

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    120db
  • Birthday 10/03/2002

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    Male
  • Location
    Memphis, TN
  • Interests
    Bass, and chicks. What do you expect?

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  1. Who cares if you have a big battery? If you cant keep the battery charged while listening to music, a bigger battery isnt going to help. Upgrade the alt, you will have less problems. If you drain the battery faster than you charge it... well, you get it.
  2. Measure under the seats. See how much space you have. You only need a box that is .65 cuft if you go sealed. It’s gonna be hard if not impossible to make a ported enclosure. It needs a 19” port with 10sqin of area. That’s already .31 cuft. So, if you want a port, I’d have to say an aero port. Either way, its going to be difficult. The hardest vehicle to make loud without some serious interior/ cutting of the cabin is a truck. If you want back seats, and lots of bass, a blow through 6th order. If you don’t care about seats, 2 18s, 3 15s, 4 12s, 6 10s, 16 8s, etc. I’d go with the 12s or 15s, but that’s just me.
  3. https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g45963-d2387669-r156706178-Heart_Attack_Grill-Las_Vegas_Nevada.html Damn!
  4. It’s not THOSE lips you have to worry about sweetie ?
  5. Dope dude! Have fun with this idea: “Butter is just a milkshake.”
  6. The only time the word “incorrectly” isn’t spelled “incorrectly” is when it is spelled “incorrectly”.
  7. Butter is a Milkshake. Prove me wrong. (Pro tip, you can’t.)
  8. TOTALLY unrelated , but how do you add vehicles under your items list in your profile? I see you down there DiBo, how do you do that? ?
  9. Sounds like you didnt tune it right... its going to tune higher if you go sealed, its not the tuning, seems like user error. Ive NEVER had a problem like that. Maybe different subwoofers i guess. Idk man, either way, for the level 3s, you can tune anywhere from 30-36 and have GREAT results. I’d personally tune on the FS or slightly above/below, but that’s just me.
  10. Threw this together in my head in like 10 Min. Ill show a drawn diagram. Read below in light grey:
  11. Dude, its on the website... https://www.skaraudio.com/products/ma-8-inch-car-subwoofer?variant=17690910145&utm_campaign=gs-2018-07-31&utm_source=google&utm_medium=smart_campaign&gclid=CjwKCAiAs8XiBRAGEiwAFyQ-eucBUBZ5rbnGoRigcTzP2trvx834C4WLHG8g5prsgKYoN9jpRGXtEhoCNLcQAvD_BwE Sealed Volume: 0.65 ft^3 Ported Volume: 1.0 ft^3 Port Area: 10 sq. in. Port Length: 19" Tuning Frequency: 35 Hz Mounting Depth: 5.7" Cut-Out Diameter: 7.4" Magnet Diameter: 6.3" Subwoofer Displacement: 0.10 ft^3 Enclosure specifications do not include subwoofer, bracing, and port displacement Just use this ^. Basic math will help you. Ill try to make one on Google sketch-up.
  12. No its super inaccurate, will almost certainly give you the wrong plans each time. God forbid you try to calculate with more than 1 sub... Either way, you are doing most of the leg work, just do the math your self, and draw it on Google Sketchup.
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