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lets get this back on topic. keep the arguments to PMs.....


T5. can you post the measurements of your camo box? does it fit under the seat completely? is it ported or sealed? how big is the sub in there?
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I sent a pm a few days ago with my cell. I was trying to line it up for like 17th or the 20th. Around say 2-3pm. Was still waiting to find out how much it was gonna cost too.
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recieved no pm or email?
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A guy put 16 8inch subs in his ranger: https://www.ranger-forums.com/f41/ri...0-build-99970/
That was me. I do all my competitions at 36 hz.
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its sealed...i have a rockford fosgate p3s (shallow mount sub)....and i think it is like exactly 1 cubic foot....ill get the measurements tomorrow
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thanks tim. please include the sub's size (dia. and height) and if the enclosure is tapered at all.
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here is the sub i have..look up the specs on the website...

http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/produ...n_US&p_status=

........................... ] 6.75
...3.75[__________]
..............15.5

(ignore the dots...only way i could get it to look right...)

and the top diagonal piece is 16....i just went in with a tape measure and made it as big as possible....and it is actually about .58cubic feet....not 1
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thanks. i think those are similar to the measurements i came up with compared to using a traditional sub and not a shallow.

8" height one, 7"height two. 12"x12" mind you i don't wanna spend $250 on a new shallow sub and i'm gonna try to make my traditional sub work.

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Here's mine...


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too big. see my thread i started last week
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you wont be able to fold ur seat down with those measurments......and you can make it much bigger that 12x12 on the botom dimensions......with 14x16 i cant put my seat all the way back...but 12x16 or 17 i bet you could....there is like 17 or 18 inches between the hump in the middle in the back and the plastic piece that covers the jump seat hinges and stuff....o and i measured mine again....it is actually 8in and 5in are the sides....i was suing my inside dimensions i had written down last time....
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black vinyl ends, suede the rest. matches my headliner
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i like that man, and i see you saved room for one of the backseats, lol right next to the port
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Got some specs on your system Korey? Or is there a more complete thread soon to come?
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lol actually the port is facing the front of the truck and is inbetween the two front seats. as for specs its an orion xtr pro 12 in a 1.6 cube box tuned to 37hz. Amp is an orion xtr5001 and the sub is wired at 1 ohm, only 500 watts but it sounds great and is pretty loud even with the gain turned down to let the sub break in some.
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