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  1. Thanks I'm not an enemy. Like I said I apologize if I said anything offensive was not my intentions
  2. Thank you.That's what I like to hear.I guess now I just need to figure up a cut sheet and start building.Thumbs up
  3. Ok,so I'm still stuck on my box design. I was told port to the side but was wondering how that would work. I'm not competing just want a loud daily is all. Hope someone can help.
  4. I appreciate any help. I came on here to ask for help because I wanted to get help from people who are passionate about car audio like I am. I can build but need help with design. And not to say car audio shops are bad but I want to build this myself just the way I like it and it's a personal project. Thanks again and let's get me low and loud
  5. I see. Hopefully someone can help me come up with something. Im not to good with programs but seeing it on paper I can build it. I hope to see a design thank you for helping
  6. The measurements are perfect for my seat comfortable to drive and 46 " Is the complete width and height is correct for roof or 22" Height if under back window or 35" To headliner. So, 46" W x 17" D x 22" H or 35" If doing 4th order. And lastly just to play low and loud. I started thinking if I did a 4th order where would the port be up top middle or bottom and how. Sorry for thousands of questions but I was hoping this site was for us who love car audio and help everyone and everyone come as one.
  7. I do understand time is money and I appreciate any help I can get. I guess I'll just stick with the ported box with measurements of 22 " Height x 17" Depth x 46" Wide meaning from passenger side to driver side. My main goal has always been to play low and loud, much respect and thanks.
  8. Ok, if I go all the way up to ceiling from floor, I get 35". Same width and depth. Now if I can see both design's. Perhaps 4th ordered. But I'd like to see ported and 4th and your thoughts and suggestions would be great. I appreciate your help and knowledge.
  9. Ok, if I go all the way up to ceiling from floor, I get 35". Same width and depth. Now if I can see both design's. Perhaps 4th ordered. But I'd like to see ported and 4th and your thoughts and suggestions would be great. I appreciate your help and knowledge.
  10. Hey guys,ok so I did a rough measurements and got 46" wide x 17" depth x 22" height. I might be able to gain a few inches in width if I remove 3rd seat which I wouldn't mind doing,cause it won't be needed anyhow. The 4th order does sound really good but if I went that route I'd do some type of wall instead of cut through. If perhaps I can see both types of designs that would help me in decide what I can do. If I can get this to be able to play real low and get loud,I'd be more than happy.Thanks for all the help
  11. Ok thanks guys, so how about I do a ported box. What do you guys recommend. Areo or slot and what size port, box, and tunning. And subs and port up or forward. Only reason I said 4th order was wanted it to play loud and low.
  12. Hey guys, I've been thinking a lot about my build and here's what I'm thinking. It's a 2003 Chevy S10 Xtreme ext.cab and subs are two 15" FI SP4's v1. I'm thinking of doing a 4th order box, not walling it so that's why I need help. What size box, port size, running, and placement of port, up, forward, or side? I'm running 7 k amp power and good electrical. Any advice, suggestions, and help would be fantastic cause I am lost.
  13. Why subs and port up? What would subs forward port up do?
  14. Humm, I'm not looking for numbers, not going to compete, I just want something super loud where you feel it in your chest. I have been looking online and on YouTube but everything is either subs and port up or subs forward port up. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated
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