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HOLY CRAP.  This is going to be a sick ass build.  

adding the concrete what are you doing about suspension???  ant the EXT is the longer of the astro vans correct.

 

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47 minutes ago, 77-AUDIO said:

HOLY CRAP.  This is going to be a sick ass build.  

adding the concrete what are you doing about suspension???  ant the EXT is the longer of the astro vans correct.

 

Likely do a solid suspension, we swapped it over to a beefy set of leaf springs and the weight will be ahead of the rear axel so we will see what it does first. I'm not an expert on the vans but I do believe this is the larger style. 



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Baffle time! 

It will consist of a metal frame and start out thin and be added to as it gets tested. I had all the parts made up regardless if I end up using all of them or not. 

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This layout gave us the most port area possible while still allowing the woofers to fit without issue. It is VERY strong! 

Now to cut some wood!! I got the hook up from King's Custom Cabinetry in Sacramento, Ca  and help from Bobby Gately of Gatley Audio to get these parts cut on a CNC. 

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We are using a very high grade MDF, much more dense than whats available at a Homedepot. It also if full dimension thickness which was important for filling in the metal frame as you will see. 

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Mocking up the baffle. 796287FF-4C38-4E1D-AA57-C45E9261775C_zps

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No worries of choking the subs down a little bit with that thick of front baffles. Will they be able to breath properly? Just curious. 

Looks good BTW. 

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12 minutes ago, DiBo said:

No worries of choking the subs down a little bit with that thick of front baffles. Will they be able to breath properly? Just curious. 

Looks good BTW. 

I don't plan to use all the layers without testing each as its added, also have plans to rear mount the woofers if i start having pressuring issues on the rear cone. Its setup to give me options on 1/4 wave tuning. 

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3 hours ago, JeepAndBassXJ said:

I don't plan to use all the layers without testing each as its added, also have plans to rear mount the woofers if i start having pressuring issues on the rear cone. Its setup to give me options on 1/4 wave tuning. 

That's wassup. Thanks for the clarification. I can't wait to see the results. Big ups to jeep and bass!! 

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More progress on the baffle and cage being made. We also got our SMD fuse holders made up by the man himself last week! 

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Traced out the frame onto the first baffle layer to start the pre-drilling process. Then went on to attaching the baffle on using Pl3x and a ton of metal screws. 

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This will be the starting thickness of the baffle. It will likely change as we test. 

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My Honda: 155.4dB Drag Style 158.0db Outlaw 

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