Arizona Kid
Ok here's what I got in my 98 Blazer ZR2. 2 15" SHOK INDUSTRY Dual 1s, 4k rms, Tons of SHOK 0g
Usage: Daily bumps, SPL Burp, Music Demo.
Problem I use my back seats so enclosure MUST be in cargo area. There's plenty of room though. 30" deep 34" tall 40" wide.
Question: What do I build to give me big number on Mic and be able to hit them low Hz for hair tricks.
Options: 4th order wall, ported wall or ported enclosure?

Let me know your opinions and why. Thanks
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Arizona Kid
Hello is any1 here? HELLO? Hmm! Seems like a ghost town...
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kan2ten
4th order bp wall
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Arizona Kid
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Originally posted by kan2ten:
4th order bp wall
Can't build at bp. Need to be in cargo area.
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casperskafs
I'd love to help bro but I haven't got into building walls or bp yet.
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Adam Sanders
I'd go with a ported wall, just make sure to tune low, say around 30 - 35 hz...
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1badstang
I use the "linear design" program to build my fourth order bandpass, sixth order bandpass and ported boxes. It's a free download and it works very well. You can know how your box will perform before it's even built.
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