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40 is a little high for my liking, lots of pre-fab boxes are in that range. I like 30-34 for daily.

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2011 BMW 335i

Hertz HDP1

DC LVL3 12" Full Carbon Fiber

2002 Acura Tl
Kenwood DNX9980HD
2 DCLVL4 12" Subs with LVL5 Parts D.7 Coils
DC 3.5k
Hertz HSK-165 up front HCX-165 Rear
Hertz HDP4 Amp
DC Power Engineering 260 Amp Alt
Big 3 and amp powered with KNU 1/0
XS Power D2400 Up Front

i pulled out my dick in class many of times and had it shown. get over it bitch...stupid open legged hairy beavered bitch...

going over rms = smaller box, under rms = bigger box...

Low voltage doesn't blow amps. That's a myth.

A router that does the sub holes makes rounded edges also?

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40 is a little high for my liking, lots of pre-fab boxes are in that range. I like 30-34 for daily.

Yea i figured that. i think ima go for 35 hz tuning. DD's should be able to take that pretty good :)

Bassless once again. Can't seem to keep a system for more than a few weeks :)

Saving for a '06 Nissan 350z, look for build around June 2012.

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I tune my DDs to 35

THERE IS NO BUILD LOG!

1998 Chevy Silverado ext cab

Alpine CDA-9887

4 Team Fi 15s

2 Ampere Audio TFE 8.0

2 Ampere Audio 150.4

3 Digital Designs CS6.5 component sets

Dual Mechman 370XP Elite alternators inbound!

8 XS Power d3400

6 XS power d680

Second Skin

Stinger

Tsunami Wiring

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Hey guys, what about resin? I've been reading n resin comes up alot in various projects... Do I need it and how much would I need? Thanks :))

Bassless once again. Can't seem to keep a system for more than a few weeks :)

Saving for a '06 Nissan 350z, look for build around June 2012.

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Hey guys, what about resin? I've been reading n resin comes up alot in various projects... Do I need it and how much would I need? Thanks :))

I've never used resin in any of my boxes. Only time I've seen it used other than for fiberglassing is just to coat the inside to seal up the pores in the MDF. For all the boxes I've built that seemed like overkill, but if that's something you think you'd need i'm sure it can't hurt.

wtf is lolcats?

I'd def get a fat hooker if i had to resort to that kinda thing. I feel like they'd be grateful and work harder. Also its more bang for my buck, more real estate for my dollar if you catch my drift. its like the Costco of streetwalkers.

I was hoping for 150 :(.

I was hoping she would let me put it in her butt

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Well I don't think I'ma do the resin if it's not needed. But I do need to get some clamps, those are gonna run a pretty penny ha?

Bassless once again. Can't seem to keep a system for more than a few weeks :)

Saving for a '06 Nissan 350z, look for build around June 2012.

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x2 on not using liqiud nails. no need. if you use the woodglue right it will bond the wood. finish nails work for a low pressure box but i would sugest coarse thread screws for anything with smoe power behind it. resin is a plus but not a must. but 100% silicone to seal all the joints after it is glued. on a side note. DO NOT fire up the subs till all is dried. sparks and fumes are bad!

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