View Full Version : mojo box,,,ideas?

04-10-2008, 11:24 PM
k, here is the sub, mojo 15, dual 2 ohm coils, have 2000 rms to run it with. in a 91 gms extended cab full sized pickup, removing the back seat all together. can any one get me box plans that would be best suited for this setup? have pics of it in this thread...... http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=305132

thanks for any help in advance, some guys have got me some size and tuning ideas in that thread,but they are a wide range and i just want to narrow it down and see if anyone has any plans drawn up that would work.

box can be 17 inches tall, max width in the truck is around 60 inches, and no more than 20 to 22 inches deep.

04-12-2008, 10:42 AM
up ttt

04-12-2008, 12:56 PM
16x16x35 with the sub all the way to one side the box and 3 4" aeroports stock lenght facing the drivers side cab

04-12-2008, 01:47 PM
ok, thanks for the info.

04-16-2008, 10:14 PM
k guys, got my box plans drawn up, goin with 6 cubes, box will be sub foward, and port pointed to the drivers side of the cab.. also designed it with removable ports, so i could mess around with tuning. will this be ok with the port pointing to the side instead of back or foward. did not have the length to do the port size i wanted for a front or rear faceing port. so i stuck it in the end. when i get her built i will post up pics of the process, and the finished project. also goin to put in a false floor and an amp rack somewhere. next will be designing the fiberglass pods for my mb quart qsd-216's that i got coming. gotta figure out what 4 channel to get so i can add it to the amp rack also!

04-25-2008, 11:18 PM
k, 6 cubes tuned to 30hz. have a 14 inch tall and 5 inch wide port, (too much?) and it will be 27.somethin long(dont have the plans right here) . sub will face forward, and be all the way to one end, and the port will be on the drivers side end. what do you all think?

cant find specs for this sub, so i am wingin it here. just goin off recomendations made here on c/a.com!

got all my wood, glue, screws, tonight and will be starting on it tomorrow night after work! yes, i know i need to get good batteries for the camera cause everyone needs pics!

04-26-2008, 09:59 AM
Thats a long port!

04-26-2008, 05:36 PM
well, i thought so too. i used winisd or what ever it is called like was stickied above and that is what it told me to go with for the box size. was told to use 60 to 70 sq inches of port and if i figured it right that 14x5 = 70? right. hope it is good cause i am fixin to start cutting up 70 bucks worth of mdf!:D

04-26-2008, 08:46 PM
16x16x35 with the sub all the way to one side the box and 3 4" aeroports stock lenght facing the drivers side cab

This box would have been only 1 sheet!

04-26-2008, 10:50 PM
well, i got the box to build, the amp rack, and the false floor. so i got plenty for the job. may actually need another if i change somethin.

04-27-2008, 11:08 PM
well, here are some pics of the box, didnt get any of the build cause my wife couldnt find the **** camera so i just got some of it done.

was gonna go with a changable port, but decided to just do it regular. will have some more pics of it in the truck as i get along with it. gotta get the floor built up so the box will sit right, and figure out where to put the amp rack and battery.



hope the pics work

04-28-2008, 12:02 AM
now get some vidz u of this thing installed

04-28-2008, 07:56 PM
well, i am gonna work on gettin some vids up. but after i am done with everything.

just stuck the box in and hooked it up today to see how she sounds and, my ****'s loud now! knockin my ****ed trim off around my back window, makes a terrible rattlin noise! so i gotta get some stuff to fix all that.

but so far i am very happy with it.