ilvbass
It has 4 x 18" Ground zero Plutonium SPL subwoofers in a VW Golf IV playing off 2 x GZPA 1.10000SPL-HC and "Yes" the vehicle is fully sound proofed but it still flexes like mad.



[ 04-02-2010, 05:03 AM: Message edited by: ilvbass ]
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PioneerSaturn
Nice
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Wagonized
very nice. Majority of your typical sound deadening materials (ie hushmat, dynamat, second skin etc) will do very little to stop that kind of flex.

If you want to eliminate that flex you'll have to dig into it a bit more.

Adding wood, resin, structural bracing etc
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casperskafs
Damn dude thaz some hella flexing
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-MichaelCRX
Not bad. My theory is that if you were putting the 4 18`s in a big suv, it will create more flex rather than a small car. I`m not talking how loud it gets, generally air pressure.

for example, this link
is a video of window flex which is much smaller and flex alot more than op`s. That is my pure opinion. or maybe op`s video is bad quality. its hard to tell.
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ilvbass
its a shame just how much db we loose from over flexing.
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pimpin at my house
sometimes you gain from flexing. very nice install...
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MREZSTREET
4 18's. Nice.
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