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Old 05-25-2007
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Well this post has been dead for some time seeing how many pages I had to go back and find it but this is the set up I have in my truck. It's two 10" Audiobahns in a ported box being pushed by an Audiobahn amplifier with 800 Watts RMS. Picture is old, none of the wires are visible any more, looks cleaner.

Hey whats the internal volume of that box? It is all mdf correct? You wouldn't happen to have the dimensions would you?

I was planning on doing a fiberglass enclosure in the same location as yours, but if I could get enough air space with mdf it would be a lot easier and take a lot less time.
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Here is my setup

dont let the size and the cheap subs fool you, it sounds incredible and probably kick right up there with the higher name brand subs
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You could move the box behind the driver seat and put the side sub on the other side...
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I have a thread with other info and pics on the site here
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lmao..does it rattle?you tell me!! haha well if the back windows NOT OPEN umm i think it would break it rattles so bad and when it is open it rattles closed when its turned up and you step outside and you walk infront of the truck oh 25-30ft your pants vibrate and move i stepped outside once and my gas lid was moving really good the tailgate rattled like no other rattle and the change in my cuphold well i think i found it all on the floor..the crack in my front winshiled got bigger..hmm waht else..its a good back massage..L7's are crazy!
i was just thinking about either buying some audiobahn flame compressions or kicker L5/L7's. and was thinking kicker cuz of cone area ya know...and what you just said there sold me on the deal hahahaha.
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Wow, um....I've got a box just hanging out behind my driver's side seat. lol


same here, but its chillin behind the passenger seat.. the box is too big for me to ride comfortably, so now the passenger suffers
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I'd post pics of my setup but..... the way things have been going this week, my camera would probably fall apart on me!
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does anybody have and tips or tricks for building a fiberglass enclosure? i have some of the frame for it built but im not sure how it's gonna turn out? what should i get to wrap the frame and fiberglass over? how should i support the sub ring? and any pics of the inside of your fiberglass enclosures would be awesome thanks.
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does anybody have and tips or tricks for building a fiberglass enclosure? i have some of the frame for it built but im not sure how it's gonna turn out? what should i get to wrap the frame and fiberglass over? how should i support the sub ring? and any pics of the inside of your fiberglass enclosures would be awesome thanks.
go to fiberglassforums.com there is a lot of information on there. You can support the ring with wooden dowels and then stretch fleece or a spandex material over it on the frame. Wet the fabric the lay some fiberglass mat on that.
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Can't believe I haven't contributed to this thread yet.

It's one 10" Fi SSD. 600WRMS (1200Peak) fed to it. Custom box built specifically for this subs T/S parameters.

Neighbors have said that books were knocked off their shelf when I had it at half volume tuning it. My pictures in my house have been knocked off the wall while the truck was in the driveway as well. I've broke two figurines of my wife's and miscellaneous other crap has came off the walls as well (mainly a mirror, thankfully it didn't break).

I love to surprise the idiots who think that a single 10" sub can't be loud. Or those who think I have a pair of 15's in the truck.



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sorry about the huge pic


FiQ sealed at 1.3 cubes with hifonics 1606d

Still got lots of room on the otherside which is what I was going for. I still might try it ported so I didn't finalize it yet because im trying to see what I like best.
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Port that SOB. Sealing that sub is insulting it LOL. :)
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nothing special just 2 12s....

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Just finished it :)
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changed mine from a 10" to a 12". Sounds a lot better now.

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nice clean and loud
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well before I traded it in, here's what I had:


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Here is a pic of one of mine , the other side is exactley the same .

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Here is a pic of one of mine , the other side is exactley the same .

there ya go...
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there ya go...
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Hey man, you know none of your stuff is plugged in right?
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Hey man, you know none of your stuff is plugged in right?

That would explain the issues I'm having
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Why are so many people running Kicker? ew.
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because Kicker is a good brand....
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on an extreme budget maybe.. :(
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