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donpisto
06-14-2007, 09:13 AM
Just got my 9515d with a fresh recone, it will be powered by a zx 2500.1. I also have a TL so now I can do testing. I'm not into comps hardcore, but I do want to get as close to 150 in Street B as possible.

My setup will consist of:
- 2001 Accord sedan
- Eclipse AVN7000
- DD 9515
- Kicker zx 2500.1
- All wires and big 3 in 1/0
- HC 1400 under the hood (got an 1800 under the trunk but rules wont let me use a 2nd battery)

I'm gonna use a sewer pipe with a 6" diameter for an aeroport so I can be cost effective. I'll be doing lots of testing as far as seeing which way to face the port and how long the port will be.

I currently have a daily tuned enclosure for 35 Hz in a 5 cube box. What I'm wonderin is, would it be better to use 5 cubes and go with "x" amount of port or go with less internal volume, like 4 cubes and go with more port?

If anybody has any tips I'd appreciate it. I just want to get close to, if not break 150. I dont care at what frequency, I just want to do it because I've always wanted to. I'd really appreciate any help.

donpisto
06-14-2007, 12:15 PM
anyone?

donpisto
06-14-2007, 02:19 PM
Comp, i got the daily tuned to about 38 Hz, but i want a stricly comp enclosure

SplChoice-
06-14-2007, 02:30 PM
1.5-2 cubes with 6 inch 2-3 4" aeros inverted with lotsof power

donpisto
06-14-2007, 04:03 PM
Hmmm..on termpro someone mentioned 2.5 - 3.5cubes with 2 6" aeros.

I didnt realize spl enclosures only need such minimal space. What would be the advantages of inverting the sub besides it taking up less space?

Should I use bracing? Should i curve the inside edges of the box or just leave em at 90 degree angles?