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Old 04-22-2006
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should i buy this sub box

heres the link to the website http://www.supercrewsound.com/shop/detail/11/80.htm

im not sure what it says the box size should be for my type R but do you think it would be too small?
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doesnt look to bad IMO, but the box i am building is smaller then that.
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Thats a pretty nice design and fairly cheap. Id say go for it.
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do you think i could put it on the passenger side? It says you lose your DRIVER side jump seat, i dunno if they built it a special way to mount on only that side?
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from the pix it looks like it doesnt matter, but im not sure. But then again, y would they say loose the driver side seat and not the passanger side.
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The box I have is similar in design. I tweaked the dimensions and angles a bit of course.

But for 109 + shipping you can build your own box, get all the nails, screws, glue, buy a jigsaw and maybe some bar clamps and still probably come out ahead.
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If you don't need a lot of air space this one I believe one will work: http://www.audioboxesonline.com/Subw...er_ext_cab.htm

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talk to mark potts if you need a box for a type r...pm me if you are serious about it
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The box I have is similar in design. I tweaked the dimensions and angles a bit of course.

But for 109 + shipping you can build your own box, get all the nails, screws, glue, buy a jigsaw and maybe some bar clamps and still probably come out ahead.
^^x2...if you haven't bought the box yet don't. Prefab boxes are cheaply built and a waste of money. For a box that size your local car audio shop should be able to build one at that price.

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talk to mark potts if you need a box for a type r...pm me if you are serious about it
He will make the R loud, but you will be lookin to pay a pretty penny for marks boxes. I still go with try and build your own. Sealed boxes are very easy to build.
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i dont like the way thouse boxes look design and build something your self its cheaper
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dont like the way thouse boxes look design and build something your self its cheaper
x2, you also will get more expience on doing it, so if later on you need to build another one you'll know what to do. And who knows what that cheapy prefab is made of.
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