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    Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    I realize not all of my cuts are perfect.. but the ones that you will see aren't off...















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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    looking good




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    Nice boat shoes.



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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    Quote Originally Posted by Santoro300 View Post
    Nice boat shoes.
    thats my dad n they are moccasins.




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    very nice. I haven't built a box for my btl yet so get some more pics up mane. look good



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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    I have a 4th gen firebird, and im wanting to do something like this next spring, ill be watching this closely




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    ya nice job so far.



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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    hopefully it ends up being big enough for 2 L7's.... its not the optimal volume but should sound pretty solid..more pics comin..




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    look similar to the box i built for my 2 rl-p 12's in my third gen trans am. will you be firing the ports up?



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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    How much would you charge me to build an identical one



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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cochese View Post
    look similar to the box i built for my 2 rl-p 12's in my third gen trans am. will you be firing the ports up?
    yea im gonna use an aero port. its basically the only way i can fire it.. how well did firing them up work?




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    i dont build boxes but ill get u the dimensions




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    It's pretty good, man. Using a circular saw to do your cuts is actually pretty hard. That's why I LOOOVE my Tablesaw. However, that's a nice build and a nice use of space. I personally would've tried to get as close to the edge as possible. I've also seen people who make an air-tight top baffle for those type of trunks so it's just one piece of wood with the sub in it, and any kind of weather stripping at the edges to make it air tight. Pretty basic, but effective (if you do it correctly).


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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    haha titebond II is just a little bit more water resistant than I and it sets a little faster.. its like 20 cents more and i figure it will last longer so thats why i use it.... and hell i wish i could afford a table saw.. as cuttin 45's w/ a circ saw isnt so easy.....

    ive got all the pieces cut ill post pics tonight when i screw n glue......




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    Re: Camaro/Firebird 4th gen 4.2cuft @ 36hz.

    this is probably my sketchiest box build. I didn't really have the tools i needed but it will work and seal properly w/ a little caulk... its not too far off, but it isn't my usual build. Im planning a top trim piece to contour the shape of the back trunk area and im gonna carpet it... Anyone know of local places to get that kind of carpet. Last time i settle w/ some joann fabric carpet/fleece stuff. It was way to flimsy though..









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