From my experiences, it usually doesn't work out too well to have short ports. Longer (while keeping the tuning high) usually equals louder. Curious to see what this thing does though.
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That's awesome! I would love to know how that sounds! Get some videos soon!
My Current Set-up:
I got King Kong in the trunk.
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all done...not too shabby looking.
dodge dealership ftl...
i hate having equipment but no way to listen to it
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well, I got my truck back today and got it all installed...
What a freaking disappointment...I've never been more frustrated in my life. It's probably doing a 145 around the 47-48hz area. I'm thinking my rear chamber is tuned too low, and is amking it pretty loud over a fair amount of frequencies(doesn't drop off sharp like it should). What could I do to raise the tuning of that rear chamber? Shave the port down? Add some 2x4's to the inside?
Hope you figure it out man because thats a sick box
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