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  What’s crackin’ yo! Here is part one of what I have completed so far on this Yukon.

  The box is a GP high output XL glue-it-and-screw-it tuned to 31hz. Internal bracing was radiused and sanded before I  installed them. 
  The triple baffle was built in layers, countersunk, glued and screwed with Spax hardware.

   It was then fit up to the Evil 15’s and thru holes drilled to accommodate the 1/4-20 threaded inserts. This way the subs are bolted in. Baby Yoda added for force! 
  Any feedback or input  is welcome! :]















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2 hours ago, Dafaseles said:

Looks really good! How does it sound? Is that a HCCA? 👍 can barely find those anymore

   Thank you! It sounds great, I actually did a hair trick on myself XD (although it wasn’t real violent).

   The 5000.1 dv2 sounds clean, and yes they are getting scarce.

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13 minutes ago, Dafaseles said:

Those HCCA amps are rated at 12.3v I think, so at 14v, you're getting tons of power! I bet that thing sounds good as hell! 

Here is the Birth Sheet.

   My Underground Power 40ah lithium is normally sitting at 14.72v. You are correct, this will put out more power. 
   I have a AMM-1 but i either hooked it up wrong or there may be a defect. I wanted to use the AMM-1 to check dyno power. This way I can see what’s going on.

  In the image you can see the leads are not connected, but when I was testing…. I ran the positive lead to positive amp input and the same for the negative. Negative lead to amp ground on the amp input. 




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