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Old 06-02-2020, 11:03 PM   #1
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Default Cram 7cu ft of speakbox behind the seats

How to triple the value of your shitbox...

I put this on the FB page and forgot to post it here since some of you do not venture in to that land (and it can be a shit show sometimes). 2 15" Sundown SA-15D4, SCV-2000D (wired @ 4ohms until I upgrade electrical). Bonus picture of the soundbar I threw in it the other day that was just laying around (it was loud with only the HU amplification, but has since been removed since I am tearing the interior apart to paint and finish bracing this sub box):






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Old 06-02-2020, 11:23 PM   #2
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Well, is it loud?
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lmao, yes? The roof rattle is horrendous...... I will have to get a brace for that very soon before it drives me insane.
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Sheesh!!! That must rattle your fillings out!!!
I’ve just fitted a 10” sub behind the rear seats in my double cab in a sealed enclosure at the correct volume and it’s like being punched in the back when if goes off.
I think yours would make my bowels evacuate themselves....
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Well, is it loud?
Eh? Did you say something?
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Took it out today and braced the port wall to the front and the port wall to the back wall - no more flexing. Also painted it black with plastidip. It is only wired to 4 ohms so I am pushing 500-600 total to the subs @ 12v, I am kinda scared when I upgrade the electrical and wire it down to 1 ohm and push around 2200 @ 14v.......





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