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Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:19 PM
OK my dimensions are
48"w
16"h
28" d

and the actual (inside the box) dimensions are
46.5"w
14.5"h
26.5"d

that gives me 10.3cubic ft and 10.1cubic ft per sub/chamber.

This box is for two 15" L7s, each has it's own chamber. What would be the exact cubic ft after port displacement.

Ports are two 6" aeroports 22" Deep.

James Bang
04-27-2006, 11:27 PM
http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/boxcalcs.asp#por

Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:32 PM
http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/boxcalcs.asp#porThanks but that didn't help much. All it really does it let me know how much I need to cut my ports and my total cubic ft (w/o ports displacement) which I already know. I want to know how much it will be after port displacement.

Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:43 PM
?????

ngsm13
04-27-2006, 11:45 PM
If you can't do simple math... then you should go kill yourself.

Please, nobody tell him.

nG

Showrides
04-27-2006, 11:48 PM
Fill up the box with water and tell me how much more it weighs. Then I can help you:cool:

Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:50 PM
If you can't do simple math... then you should go kill yourself.

Please, nobody tell him.

nGOK thanks for the help:rolleyes:

Im not sure of every thing though...my ports are 6" by 22"deep and it's two per sub. So would that be 264inches of port per sub!!!:eyebrow: Can't be....I got this by doing 6" (diameter of port) by depth (22") and got 132 then multipled by 2 since it's two ports per sub...it can't be right though and if that's right then I have too much port area (i think).

Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:51 PM
Fill up the box with water and tell me how much more it weighs. Then I can help you:cool:Ehh ok? I wouldn't want help from some one thats only been here since Feb anyways...

ngsm13
04-27-2006, 11:56 PM
ARE YOU ******* ILLITERATE????

Jesus christ, I mean seriously...

DID YOU PASS HIGH SCHOOL GEOMETRY?

NUMBSKULL...

I am seriously baffled, I didn't know ANYONE with HALF of a highschool education could be this stupid. For real. This is a new low.

You are a fuktard.

nG

Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:58 PM
OK thanks for the help nsgm

Raisedin305
04-27-2006, 11:59 PM
I know in order to get square inches of port on a normal slot ported box you do the depth of the port times the width and there you get your port area.

ngsm13
04-28-2006, 12:00 AM
I am seriously in disbelief. This is ludicrous...

WOW. You really ARE an idiot... most of the time I was just giving you a hard time... but you REALLY ARE a numbskull.

nG

ngsm13
04-28-2006, 12:00 AM
I know in order to get square inches of port on a normal slot ported box you do the depth of the port times the width and there you get your port area.

Incorrect.

nG

ngsm13
04-28-2006, 12:01 AM
Wonder if EXTREME idiocy warrants a ban?

nG

PhatTonyDeMarco
04-28-2006, 12:03 AM
Port area of a slot port would be width x height, which would give you the area of your port if it were a flat plane.

For a cylindrical port you would find the area of a circle, which would be pi*r^2

But port area doesnt give you volume... So I dont know why you are worried about that as it is.

And I agree, you are retarded.

Search google for the forumula to find volume of a cylinder, it is that simple.

iceteebone
04-28-2006, 12:04 AM
why am i helping?

anyways port area of a slot port is length * width

port area of a round port is pi*r^2

displacement of a round port is pi*r^2*h/12^3

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:07 AM
why am i helping?

anyways port area of a slot port is length * width

port area of a round port is pi*r^2

displacement of a round port is pi*r^2*h/12^3OK thanks for helping me out.

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:08 AM
Incorrect.

nG
Oh well from several threads I read, that's how it was. Now that I look at some old plans I have, it makes sense.

iceteebone
04-28-2006, 12:09 AM
if you gotta a scientific calculator, all you gotta do is substitute 3 for r and 22 for h

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:10 AM
Port area of a slot port would be width x height, which would give you the area of your port if it were a flat plane.

For a cylindrical port you would find the area of a circle, which would be pi*r^2

But port area doesnt give you volume... So I dont know why you are worried about that as it is.

And I agree, you are retarded.

Search google for the forumula to find volume of a cylinder, it is that simple.I just would like to know how much port I will have and whether or not it's too much. From what you told me, it's fine.

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:11 AM
if you gotta a scientific calculator, all you gotta do is substitute 3 for r and 22 for hYeah I got one, thanks.

Showrides
04-28-2006, 12:11 AM
Ehh ok? I wouldn't want help from some one thats only been here since Feb anyways...

I guess your caraudio skills are based on how long you have been on ca.com.

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:13 AM
I guess your caraudio skills are based on how long you have been on ca.com.No not exactly...But seeing you have been here only since Feb, have almost 700 posts, and your reply to my thread doesn't help me in no way, what am I supposed to think about you?= Post *****

iceteebone
04-28-2006, 12:15 AM
No not exactly...But seeing you have been here only since Feb, have almost 700 posts, and your reply to my thread doesn't help me in no way, what am I supposed to think about you?= Post *****


you have double posts per day then he does :fyi: hell you have more posts per day then i do :uhoh:

ngsm13
04-28-2006, 12:16 AM
you have double posts per day then he does :fyi: hell you have more posts per day then i do :uhoh:

And he's still an imbecile.

nG

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:16 AM
you have double posts per day then he does :fyi: hell you have more posts per day then i do :uhoh:Right, I post a lot but I don't go into threads writing things like "I'll help you if you fill your box up with water".

UndercoverPunk
04-28-2006, 12:19 AM
And he's still an imbecile.

nG

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Showrides
04-28-2006, 12:19 AM
Right, I post a lot but I don't go into threads writing things like "I'll help you if you fill your box up with water".

Sorry about that...I honestly thought you were joking when you asked that question. I didn't think you were for real.

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:21 AM
Sorry about that...I honestly thought you were joking when you asked that question. I didn't think you were for real.Alright, now you know. Ive never made my own plans and this is the first time. Im pretty sure I'll be ok for a 15" L7 as far as an cubic ft goes. I just wanted to know what exactly it would be.

UndercoverPunk
04-28-2006, 12:22 AM
Did you fail geometry and algebra?

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:22 AM
Did you fail geometry and algebra?No. Im taking Algebra II right now.

Showrides
04-28-2006, 12:23 AM
Alright, now you know. Ive never made my own plans and this is the first time. Im pretty sure I'll be ok for a 15" L7 as far as an cubic ft goes. I just wanted to know what exactly it would be.

Fair enough. We don't need to know his math grades. He got his help and everything should be all set now.:)

Raisedin305
04-28-2006, 12:24 AM
Fair enough. We don't need to know his math grades. He got his help and everything should be all set now.:)Honestly I can careless about my math grade. Am I good at algebra? NO, im not. I know im not.

iceteebone
04-28-2006, 12:26 AM
Did you fail geometry and algebra?


i got a B+ in 9th grade algebra :)

James Bang
04-28-2006, 01:45 AM
Thanks but that didn't help much. All it really does it let me know how much I need to cut my ports and my total cubic ft (w/o ports displacement) which I already know. I want to know how much it will be after port displacement.
I'll have to agree w/ ng with your retardom. I gave you the **** link to your answer but you couldn't figure it out. may this box fall apart also.

hofulstrof
04-28-2006, 01:49 AM
9.62cf bassed a a 6" port 22" long.even if links were already posted on how you figure it out your self. you just lazy