Originally Posted by rolla_guy72
Silicone, when used in subwoofer boxes can deteriorate the speaker cones and suspension, but only if the fumes are still there. When building sub boxes, you're supposed to let the silicone dry and let the fumes go away (a couple days) before you put it back in.
That's my experience in the matter.
Snorkel dude, not speaker box...
I use 100% silicone in my aquarium to hold the plants and stuff down.(common practice) I have 2 large schools of tetra. They are really sensitive to osmotic stress, and are likely to die first if anything "bad" is in the water They are alive and kicking, for several months now...I think your engine will live...