View Full Version : single cab s10 build

07-18-2012, 09:52 PM
hello world this is my first post and like most just looking for some help. Im trying to design a box for my truck single cab s10 id like to run 2 10inch dd subs. Im having a hard time coming up with a box not a whole lot out there. But this is what i came up with see att. picture and as always thanks for any input.

07-18-2012, 09:56 PM
yeah single cab s10s are a pita for subs. im interested on how this will turn out.

07-18-2012, 10:00 PM
a guy on youtube built this box for a single cab s10 but he hasnt responded back yet only info he gave in the comments was the port size and this is what i came up with

07-18-2012, 10:01 PM
a guy on youtube built this box for a single cab s10 but he hasnt responded back yet only info he gave in the comments was the port size and this is what i came up with

down firing?

07-18-2012, 10:11 PM
no sub facing forward behind drivers seat and port on passenger side

07-19-2012, 06:04 PM
no one has any input on my box design

double 07
07-19-2012, 10:30 PM
This enclosure went in a single cab S-10...we wound up blanking off one of the holes and going single 10" forward.....4" pvc port out of the passenger side end.....it sounds awesome for one 10"


07-19-2012, 10:48 PM
i did a killer box for 1 10" sub in that truck. never had it metered, but you would not believe the lows. could probably raise the tuning a little, and i can just barely fit comfortably @6' tall, since i have pretty long legs. you could find it in my started threads. was last year, but i do not have too many started threads. oh, and your port size is matched good if the net internal box volume is 2'cu (that's after subtracting port/subs displacement)....

07-19-2012, 11:03 PM
there it is.... never got around to updating the thread. i'll upload pics later, if you want, of it finished. after i upgraded/repaired the battery and power cables, i was able to push the amp harder, and the lows are where it really picked up db's. if you don't need the jack stowage mounted there, and tune higher @12"sq per cu, you may have enough space for the 2-10's at 1.75-<2cu. note, how i made the end of the port, it needed to be that way, so it would clear the wal, and exit around the side of the seat, instead of being blocked, and/or firing upward.

07-19-2012, 11:04 PM
That's gonna be loud

07-19-2012, 11:17 PM
Truthfully, I would hit up [email protected] He has designed both of my boxes for me. I am currently running 2 12" ssa zcon's at 1 ohm off a saz2500d. The first box hit real real good. 5.25?^3 at 36hz. Subs behind driver seat and port out bottom passenger. The I wanted more. So I hit Ryan up again and told him what I wanted. When done, I will have each sub firing up behind each seat, merged port coming up through middle and firing up. Thenim going to build the amp rack to the front of the box with the amps angle stacked on top each other and plexiglas the front. Put 2 fans on each side and whala. At least if I ever get the time to finish it. Can't wait to hear the new box. But anyways, Ryan has always been the best at communicating. The first box was new to me so I had a lot, lot of questions. He was quick and very professional. Try him. Cheap too!

07-20-2012, 05:15 AM
wow thanks for the input guys." AKHEAHEN" there is nothing behind my seat on either side so i have full range of the area. Would my box be ok if so are the measurements correct and what would that tune it too

07-20-2012, 05:30 AM
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07-20-2012, 10:20 PM
i tried using the torres box calculator but im just not doing something right

07-30-2012, 07:43 AM
Bump to the top if anyone else has any input.

08-03-2012, 01:35 AM
try the box tools at "the12volt.com" it does not give you graphs/ response/output, etc, but it will get your calculations and tuning. all i use, and it has been pretty accurate so far. you need to account for your driver/port displacement and vehicle response/gain yourself. i suggest 12"sq per ft-cu

08-03-2012, 01:55 AM
rough guess on the exact port dimensions and factoring 3/4" mdf, i only got 1.38 net, before sub displacement. didn't go and check the tuning