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  1. My box (outside) dimensions are 40w x 16h x 14.18d will be inverting my sub to save volume and originally planned on using an 8” (actual diameter 7.5”) x 21” long standard port which would put my recommended port area almost exact to spec 45sqft. Tuned to 31hz. my issue is that, using this standard port, would require stick out of at least 14” due to the available space in my vehicle since I cannot exceed the box dimensions so my hopes is to utilize a flared port to counter this issue. Also, my port and speaker will be facing toward the roof as limited space requires this in my suv. I hope that makes sense, thanks for the replies
  2. Need help finding the right size aero port. I’m new to using aero ports but would like to utilize one in this build. Will be building: 3.75 cubic ft enclosure single Skar EVL D2 running 1250 watts Any help would be greatly appreciated. Specs for sub: Skar Audio EVL-15 D2 15" Competition Car Subwoofer Dual 2 Ohm RMS Power: 1,250 Watts Peak Power: 2,500 Watts Voice Coil Size: 3" 4 Layer Black Aluminum CCAW Voice Coil Motor Weight: 166 oz Frequency Response: 28-350 Hz High Roll Foam Surround Sensitivity: 86.2 dB Fs: 35 Hz Re: 1.8 Ohms Qms: 4.60 Qes: 0.73 Qts: 0.63 Mms: 386.6 g Cms: 0.053 mm/N Bl: 21.0 n/a Vas: 46.0 L Sd: 779.3 cm^2 Xmax: 23.5mm (one-way) Enclosure recommended specs: Sealed Volume: 3.00 ~ 3.25 ft^3 Ported Volume: 3.50 ~ 3.75 ft^3 Port Area: 45 sq. in. Port Length: 21" Tuning Frequency: 31 Hz Displacement: 0.15 cu ft Mounting Depth: 8.65" Cut-Out Diameter: 13.95" Magnet Diameter: 7.35" Enclosure specifications do not include subwoofer, bracing, and port displacement
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