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Rsx_03
10-01-2007, 02:25 PM
how its going to look:

its a flush with trunk floor, spare tire well install. its going to be painted same color as my car i already have all the stuff to prep for paint ! im putting metal bars across the top to support the carpet + w/e things i put ontop.

i need to make mdf rings for the subs and rings for removable ports and a 2nd amp rack for subs, depending on which i get

now i need help help with.....

i have 2.2 cubes to work with, i need shallow mount subs, could i fit 2x 10" ported or a do i have to go with a 12" ported. im leaning toward ported because i like to tune low.
shallow subs req. less cubes right? clarion only req .75 for there 10's, kicker req. 1.25-1.75

what would be good choices?
basically loudest i can get

Rsx_03
10-01-2007, 07:36 PM
bump, this is my 4th thread, so far i got 1 view and he replied ... plz help out

Immacomputer
10-01-2007, 08:29 PM
I would go with a single 12" since the ports are going to take up some of that airspace. A single CVT in 1.7 cubes tuned to 30hz should sound ok and get decently loud. Getting the port to the correct length may be difficult though.

Rsx_03
10-01-2007, 08:42 PM
was thinking 12" cvt too, i think in the end thats what im going with, im worried it wont be loud enough, im going to try to squeeze out more .cubes

what is mininium cubes i need for 2x 10" cvt @ 32hz? or any other choices of 10"

but port is no problem to fit, im going to do it diagnal facing the rear of car
since its fiberglass i can make a gap under the port so airflow isnt interupted

Immacomputer
10-01-2007, 08:51 PM
Are you going for multiple round ports or a single slot port?

The smallest I would go with the 10s would be about 1.2 cubes each tuned to 30hz. I don't think you really have the room for two CVTs. And actually, I think I would do closer to 2 cubes for the 12"

Rsx_03
10-01-2007, 09:39 PM
yea seems im going with a 12 lol thanks for the help,
should i go
kenwood (i got a kenwood indash and looks alot better imo)
cvt
mb quart

i get em all at about same price. and which can handle the most power (not rated cause i know cvt has to be able to handle more then 400rms)