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splfrek
Wagonized wrote:
before putting those 45s in or the bracing you should have tested the box empty inside to get a base run. Then add one 45 at a time..and test. Then 2 45s...test. Etc. Smaller changes so you can isolate what works and what doesnt.


yup all that work you did to me would be a waste of time unless its already been tested
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THE-SCRAPER
Craig22 wrote:
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dkmst23
not everyone can test so we just have to give it a shot
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Craig22
Yep. Oh well I guess lol.
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AmmoJammo
PVC pipe and duct tape would have potentially yielded similar gains, and can be added and removed at competitions between rounds
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dkmst23
i just used 45 degree boards and scews and just pulled them one by one back when you could get practice time at shows but they never worked

what rounds seems like no one is ever in my class

I am waiting finished picks in car
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Nightshade
Woofer up port drivers side works. Woofer foward port drivers side as well. Also seeing good results out of woofer and port foward unsealed from the trunk. I dont know if I missed it but what car is it.
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Craig22
2000 Nissan Maxima
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chrisfish
Lookin good! any numbers yet?
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Craig22
No I'm waiting on batteries and I need to take my alternator to get installed.
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ludeman
Got any final pics of box?
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LEO C.
What scores did you end up doing with this setup?
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boomin139
Trunk class is 4000rms limit so your amp might be to big for the class. A american bass 200.1 or a xxv cyclops might be a good choice they are close to 4000 rms from what I have seen.
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boomrolla
Unless he is running the amp at 2Ohm?
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