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THXdts
07-01-2007, 10:59 PM
Right now someone figured out my box was 3.8 cubes at 31hz after disp. With that, a 15" BTL with no options and a Hifonics BXi2006D I hit a 141.7. That was my best score. I am getting alot of different inputs on box sizes to use...and I know hitting a certain score has MANY varibles...but I figured to start off..a better box could help a good bit. It is in an extended cab truck, port up and sub up. I want pretty much SPL, but it is my DD. With a new box, I am still going to be listening to music.

PV Audio
07-01-2007, 11:30 PM
Sub up, port back, 4.3 cubes at 35hz.

diminishedpower
07-01-2007, 11:36 PM
is it just me but with a 15 + at least 1500w in cab, shouldn't he be getting more than 141? or is that box just way to small for the btl?

05gliguy
07-01-2007, 11:40 PM
tune high for spl

slayorktc
07-02-2007, 01:32 AM
build a huge *** box :D

tru_44
07-02-2007, 01:35 AM
build a huge *** box :D

with a huge *** port

mazdakid
07-02-2007, 07:02 AM
a huge *** box probably isnt going to get you higher numbers

phyphoestilic
07-02-2007, 07:07 AM
Sub up, port back, 4.3 cubes at 35hz.

:word: can tune to 40hz if u really just only want to get loud.

IgnoreMe
07-02-2007, 07:34 AM
Sub up, port back, 4.3 cubes at 35hz.

ive heard in extended cab trucks and the like, sub forward and port forward usually give the best scores. not sure since i dont own a truck, i own an suv, but ive heard it a few times.

snoopdan
07-02-2007, 02:06 PM
ive seen two ways to do this, port up firing in the corner and sub forward (the idea is to build up pressure on one side of the rear of the cab and aim it to the other side of the vechicle where the mic is (depending on if you go dbdrag, iasca and USACi you want the port to be on the drivers side facing up in the rear corner) and sub forward.

The second school of thought would be sub foward, port to the side (again which side depends on what organization you wish to partake in).

Ive seen both yeild the best results. Good example, Tommyk is doing 150's with one 10 in a SINGLE cab with sub forward port to the side (multiple aeroports).

good luck

THXdts
07-02-2007, 02:34 PM
ive seen two ways to do this, port up firing in the corner and sub forward (the idea is to build up pressure on one side of the rear of the cab and aim it to the other side of the vechicle where the mic is (depending on if you go dbdrag, iasca and USACi you want the port to be on the drivers side facing up in the rear corner) and sub forward.

The second school of thought would be sub foward, port to the side (again which side depends on what organization you wish to partake in).

Ive seen both yeild the best results. Good example, Tommyk is doing 150's with one 10 in a SINGLE cab with sub forward port to the side (multiple aeroports).

good luck

Could you reccommend a box size?

snoopdan
07-03-2007, 01:04 PM
Could you reccommend a box size?

as big as you can make the box (within the rules of whichever compeittion organization you want to partake in)

audiobahnuser18
07-03-2007, 01:07 PM
Listen to snoopdan he knows his Stuff.lol true though