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  1. No not if it can be flat. If there are complex curves in there that you need to mold to you would do the same process pretty much but you would tape up the door skin and brush the resin on instead of pouring it on and brushing for obvious reasons lol. Once the first coat has hardened on the door skin you could then take it down and reinforce it outside of the car if needed.
  2. Are You getting the reduced engine power message? I'm not sure about the pt cruiser but seen this in a couple GMs a trailblazer and a Silverado. I had a friend that would just jump out pull a relay and put it back in then it would be good again. I think I read online that this is a wiring harness issue. Not sure if thats what you are experiencing or not bit may be worth checking into if so.
  3. Never tried it myself Ive usually sealed those holes up using sound deadener but now I'm going to try just to see lol. Honestly if it just needs to be flat you can lay out your mat on the garage floor, work bench or whatever surface that is flat and poor and brush the resin over it wait for it to dry transfer shape from cardboard then cut it out and sand edges. Then you can secure it using self tapping screws. Maybe use some foam tape of you want a perfect seal. Also I forgot to mention this but use tape/foil/wax paper or combination of them to protect the surface you work on from resin.
  4. So I have no idea if they make premade ones but this would litterally be super easy to make. Fiberglassing is super easy to do. Probably hard to master but super easy to learn. I'm assuming it juat needs to be flat correct? If so that would make it super super simple. If not bust out the tape and wax and form it to inner door skins. May be a little more complicated but not much at all.
  5. You are fkin dope bro. So the box design is supposed to be 49hz according to manufacturer so thats pretty close to what I figured. I originally wanted to build a slot ported enclosure tuned to 32hz. Someone in that thread convinced me to run with manufacturers reccomended enclosure so I will definitely go back to designing a slot ported enclosure. This one it will be getting installed and used until the new one is finished. I cant say this one was exactly a failure because I have the experience of one more enclosure under my belt now. Just wish i would have followed thro
  6. Will I have overheating problems if I mount my amp under the rear seat by where the battery goes? Like shown in the pictures? It will most likely be a temporary situation because I cant fit more than one amp under there but I'm trying to avoid having to crawl into to trunk to tune the amp for now its easier to pop seat out and tune away.
  7. These are the two I've been looking at https://www.sonicelectronix.com/item-111957-Autotek-TA1050.4.html https://www.amazon.com/TORO-TECH-Amplifier-Built-Turn/dp/B0816Z6PTY/ref=mp_s_a_1_2_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=toro+rx4+amplifier&qid=1611341170&sprefix=toro+rx4&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEySTI1TFlIMjlPMFkxJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjIyMzg4MlhXQlZVOEw1NDNXQyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNTYzMjg5MTFNRDhCWTk3STc3RSZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX3Bob25lX3NlYXJjaF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl
  8. As much as I hate Jensen I might be willing to try that lmao. I was looking at two other amps I forget the names but one is the toro audio rx4. The other one I cant find the screenshot for Here's the link to my thread about the enclosure. Box is 35.25"W x 14"D x 12"H and has a divider in middle Port is 4" diameter and 12" long including flared ends.
  9. Hate to say it but im going to have to go super cheap on this one lol. I was thinking 200 but the cheaper the better. I love looking at gear too never get any of it but love looking lmao.
  10. Looking for a 4 channel. I'm thinking less than 100 watts per channel maybe 60-75watt haven't picked out mids and highs yet though. Thanks again for all your help. Edit: I lie I have a pair of Polk db 651s in the front probably going to switch those put for some components though. No idea which ones looking at some RF 6x9s for rear.
  11. So im pretty sure I'm mainly talking to myself at this point but if anyone knowledgeable sees this I could use some advice. So I made the ports at 12" including the flares, I did not make them any bigger because they were so close to the back wall of enclosure. I read a post that said the port needs to be atleast the diameter of the tube away from the back wall or else it will affect tuning(lower). I am confused as this is the recommended enclosure design from manufacturer. Even though I am sure this box will sound great there is too much iffy shit going on here. What should I
  12. So im pretty sure I'm mainly talking to myself at this point but if anyone knowledgeable sees this I could use some advice. So I made the ports at 12" including the flares, I did not make them any bigger because they were so close to the back wall of enclosure. I read a post that said the port needs to be atleast the diameter of the tube away from the back wall or else it will affect tuning(lower). I am confused as this is the recommended enclosure design from manufacturer. Even though I am sure this box will sound great there is too much iffy shit going on here. What should I do go
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