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By Scott Burgess
i have a 1990 ranger ext cab with a 8 cubic foot box runnin 2 older jbl 12 inch subs and a fosgate p2002 old school amp 200 watt rms into 4 ohm the box is 22x22x30 way to big but hits the lows so swwet
i aquired from a shop closure a wad of soundstream equipment 2x dub12-4 ohm dvc 500 watt subs
2x picaso nano mono block 650 watt amps and a 520 watt 4 ch amp for future componants
i have been trying to reverse engineer the last pic i found online
please help i cant figure this out just want it to look similar with the correct cubes for 2 soundstream 12's
and to fill the back of the cab
enclosed is the perimeters the subs are calling for
ive never had matching audio equipment and really want to have a setup i can be proud to show off
i love the plexi on the front to show off the box and subs
any help in design and especially a cut list would really make my day
thanks for any help you guys offer also
the space is 50 inches wide 14 inches front to back and 24 inches top to bottom with a 6x6 inch notch in the back its part of the chassis
the sides act as legs with the notch cut out around that metal part i measured my truck to match the pic of the custom job in the pic
Got a Skar DDX 12 dual 2 ohm sub 1000w RMS. Christmas gift. Will be going in my 2005 F150 supercrew. I currently have 2 Alpine SWS 10d4 in a sealed Fox Box under the seat with an MB QUART amp, amp come free with the purchase of the 2 subs so it wasnt a bad deal IMO. That system will be going in my wifes Camry, building slot ported box now for it. Anyways im looking for a louder setup, but also musical as well. I am capable of building my own enclosure, so any suggestions would be appreciated. I was thinking somewhere around 2.25 to 2.75 cu ft after displacements tuned around 35 hz with a 6" aero port but am open to other designs. I have never had an aero port design, always slot ports and was curious to try it out. i have yet to purchase an amp for the sub and was looking into the Skar RP 1500 wired to 1 ohm but am also aware of box rise...so may save a little more for a bit larger amp. Also would like to add that i will be setting the box on the floor in place of where the smaller portion of the rear seat will fold up, for now anyways. Thanks in advance.
whats up fam. so heres a quick run down of my system. not a trunk build, not a wall, just a simple ugly back seat build lol i am a construction electrician with my trunk almost always full with tools and material for work. only other spot to fit a sub box with out doing a wall is my back seat. i just need some bass! not really going for looks. ive had some pictures on what i had before (just went from a skar evl15 to a dc xl15 and sae1500 to a dc 2k) so here are some recent pics... hope you guys enjoy...
i personally did the big3 with sky high 1/0 up front and ran power from front stock battery to rear full throttle group 34. messed up by getting a blue big 3 kit instead of red lol oh well.
heres what it looked like before i swapped out the sae1500. the rest of the wiring was done by arden audio in sacramento. when i went home and did a lil inspection i have noticed the ground going to the 4ch amp was just self tapped in with 3 screws on the frame of the vehicle. wasnt too happy about it so instead of complaining i just went ahead and fixed it. both grounds are now sharing an existing grounding point directly under the driver seat. everything else was fine, thanks arden audio!
and heres the box just sitting on the back seat haha
just got done with my chevy trailblazer build. here are the specs
Mechman 250 Amp Alternator
XS D3400 under hood
XS XP3000 in rear
big 3 upgrade
0 gauge GP Car Audio wire throughout
heatshrink and lugs crimped by me
2- Skar EVL 15's wired to 1 ohm
1- Skar SKV2 3500 watt monoblock
4- Skar PAX65 6.5's in all 4 doors
1- Skar RP 150.4 4 channel amp to the doors
Amps are bolted down with socket head allen screws into spiked t-nuts
fuseblocks are also bolted down with allen screws into spiked t-nuts
Subs are also bolted down with allen screws into spiked t-nuts
all lugs are hydraulic crimped by me
all heatshrink done by me
my 2004 Chevy Trailblazer only 56000 miles on it.
Sony MEX XB100BT radio. It puts out decent power
ripped out the wimpy stock speaker and put in the skar PAX65
installed back in stock location modified the speaker ring BINGO
mechman 250 Amp alternator. Out with the old in with the new.
Installed. Took more time to put belt back on. 1/2 shorter
under the hood battery
big 3 done. 0 gauge GP Car Audio wire
couple of fuseblocks ran
starting of box build 3/4 birch
got the Skar EVL 15's fitted in there
monster box in back LOL
started some wiring. box has angle brackets which is bolted to wood
and wood is bolted to frame the rca's are covering the bolt other bolt
is under battery.
got speaker wire and rca's all tesa taped and zip tied down even put a
fire extinguisher in.
used 8 gauge subwoofer wire to subs and 14 gauge to door speakers
all 0 gauge to amps. Even used that Bluetooth voltmeter that ExoContralto
recommended. works pretty well.
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