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Time for a new enclosure (2 12" xcon's)


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ditch the RE calculator and download torres calc. it's a LOT more accurate.

Just say no to Ground Pounder Customs.

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some cars do over 170db with one sub, so clearly my two 12"s can do that in my car, with my knowledge too! look out bitches!

I'm with captain stupid.

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When you've done hundreds of design you start to be able to visualize just from the numbers lol.

Just say no to Ground Pounder Customs.

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some cars do over 170db with one sub, so clearly my two 12"s can do that in my car, with my knowledge too! look out bitches!

I'm with captain stupid.

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The RE calc is off.

For a side firing port:

Enclosure Specifications:

Fb = 32 Hz

Vb = 4.68 ft^3

External Height = 30 in

External Width = 30 in

External Depth = 16 in

Port Width = 14 1/2 in

Port Height = 5 in

Cut Sheet List:

* All Dimensions in Inches.

* Wood Thickness is 3/4 for all Parts.

External Enclosure Parts:

2 x Top & Bottom (3 parts) = 30 x 16

Left & Right Sides =

Side 1 = 22 3/4 x 14 1/2

Side 2 = 27 3/4 x 14 1/2

Front & Back = 30 x 27 3/4

L Port Internal Assembly Parts:

Side to Side = 23 1/2 x 14 1/2

Extension = 1 x 14 1/2

Assembly guide (generic dimensions):

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The ONLY reason you changed that is because it was suggested that he do that instead...

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Just say no to Ground Pounder Customs.

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some cars do over 170db with one sub, so clearly my two 12"s can do that in my car, with my knowledge too! look out bitches!

I'm with captain stupid.

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I have a question about the port, where it says

extension 1 x 14 1/2

What does that mean?

Updated the sketch, extension is the length of the port after it turns. In this case is so small that it can be left out without causing a significant change in tuning.

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