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Some of the pics were lost to my old desktop that shit the bed...it wasn't very interesting. The speaker install (Helix Espirit 6.5 components in the front and 5.25 coaxes in the back doors), Dynamatted the doors, hatch, and roof, Installed the Eclipse CD5030, and ran the 0 gauge front to back. I also tinted the car (doors are 35%, quarters and rear are 20%) and removed the roof rails.
With this build I'm trying to use some tips and methods I'm not used to...Some I picked up from you guys and some from CAF. I want to finish the box with trim panels vinyl and carpet that match the interior. The amps will be under a false floor so all you'll see is the sub box. As far as glass goes, Ill probably be doing none....although it tends to find it's way in my builds somehow. Set up won't be huge power since my bank account wouldn't like it but I'll try to make it different. box will be 3 SA-8 V2s on my Atomic 1600.1 (still for sale, but won't sell so Ill be using it until it does)
my pics are kinda all mixed up so the first few may be random shit I did before the box....
started with some bus bars....
Many people sent me some comments and messages on my youtube channel saying that the 2 10s we built last year is the biggest hairtrick they have seen on small cone area so they inspired me to really step it up this time and try to do some nice hairtricks (nothing crazy) on even smaller cone area, but also, on less power and keeping the back seat, i bought myself a 2013 Kia Picanto for daily since i already had 3 audio cars lol, but anyways, this is my 4th car and need to mantein it as stock as i can since i take my kid to school everyday on it.
2 10s hairtricking on a 5k wired at 1 ohm
Anyways, we´ll see if we can archive our goal, if not, at least i hope it gets loud on small power and cone area for daily
Car: 2013 Kia Picanto
Electrical: 2 runs of CCA Soundquest wires, big3 and a single Stinger SPV35 battery, stock alternator
Mids/highs: 2 Massive Ma6 mids and 2 Massive T50 bullet tweeters, OEM front speakers on the dash since the car doesnt even have door speakers
Amplifier for mids/highs: Tiny little small Stetsom VS400.4
Amplifier for subs: American Bass VFL120.1 wired at 1 ohm
Subwoofers: x2 Massive Hippo 84
Box: 4th order bandpass
I am looking to get some help in designing an Enclosure for Dual sundown audio X 12s v.2 for a hatchback. I don't have too much of space to work with but i am looking for an efficient Box Design. I have been designing Enclosures for years but have always worked with slot Ports and i have a 0% experience with the Aero Ports. This time i want to try Aero Ports and when i searched online i was getting confusing information regarding the Port area and Air Velocity.
Can someone please help me with this enclosure? The Max outer dimensions that i can squeeze from the boot are H - 21.5 , W - 39 , D- 15.5 (All in inches) Config wud be Sub up , Port up . I want to go the Aero Port route this time
So im building my first spl vehicle and im trying to decide what box to build. now i have made a couplke of posts on here before asking the same question and the general answer was test test test. so i put dual 10s in a sealed box and tried a bunch of different locations doing sweeps. the following is what i got:
129 @ 59hz subs pointing back @ the back
130.5 @ 56 Same config same volume
127.8 @ 56 Subs pointing back @ front of vehicle
128 @ 58 Same
128@ 65 Subs poiting forward @ back of vehicle
128 @ 64 same
124.4 @ 57 subs forward midway up
120.6 @ 63 subs forward @ front of vhecle
128.9 @ 65 Subs poitning back as far back as it could go
130.4 @ 58 subs pointing back midway up vehicle
so i was hoping to get some suggestions on what type of box i should build. i have 2 12" aa Havocs and its going into a 1992 mazda 323 hatchback. the one box i was thinking about doing was suggested to me through user jeep&bass. it was subs and port all firing forward. so i was thinking of trying that but facing the rear of the vehicle. so if anyone has any other suggestions of something that might work well in here i am all ears! Thanks!!!!!
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