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  1. can someone send me a link to the actual file of this goat gif? i downloaded one and continued to reduce the size but when i upload it it keeps saying its too many kb's
  2. ill drink domestic beers when I'm playing like beer pong and stuff but i like to actually enjoy my beer lol
  3. I love some Parish Canebrake and LA31 Boucanee as well as pretty much all belgian wheats, especially Hitchino Nest White Ale
  4. lmao is that the peanut butter jelly time dancing banana on the board??
  5. So will this one be priced more than the DD-1? Or will the DD-1 be reduced and this one replace the original price of the DD-1?
  6. Exactly me too. And preferably on the passenger side of the other vehicle.
  7. if you're so concerned about people opening the door on your car perhaps you should go park further away where no other cars are, not take up two spots because you're a conceited piece of crap
  8. I can top that. I had some rims shipped by UPS. I was tracking it like every 30 minutes. Then I check the update and it says its been delivered…when it wasn't at my house… started to freak out
  9. well i have an internal volume of 1.91 cubic feet. I will be running the subs inverted. The port dimensions I have right now are 10.5 x 2.5x 25.94 which is supposed to be 35 Hz. The port displacement is a total of .39 cubic feet. So my net volume of my box will be at 1.52 cubic feet. Hows this sound?
  10. my understanding is that the tuning should lower with increasing length but with this calculator it doesn't follow that rule at all. it moves all around
  11. the torres tuning calculator isn't working properly. the port tuning frequency is telling me all sorts of odd numbers. its telling me a port 10.5 H x 2.5 W x 24 L = 44.58 Hz with a box that has 1.91 gross volume. If I increase the length by 10 inches then it only drops less than one hertz, if i increase it by 20 inches then it bumps up to 53 hz. How the heck is this possible? But when the length is set to 15 inches the tuning frequency is 49 Hz. Its like theres no correlation between length and tuning frequency with this calculator
  12. ok well maybe 2.19 is a tad high for gross. but I'm assuming the gross should be somewhere around 1.9 to 2 cubic feet so with the port taken into account the net volume will be around 1.5-1.6 cubic feet which is where it needs to be. the question is with it being tuned to 35 hz is 2.5 wide by 10.5 tall an okay size port? I just feel like when the port splits into two opposite sides that a port only 1.25" wide seems small
  13. 2.19 gross. The displacement of the port should bring it to the recommended 1.5 net right?
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