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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    i think bones22 did a downfiring install, i'll hit him up and get some input.



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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by LOW ET View Post
    i think bones22 did a downfiring install, i'll hit him up and get some input.
    Yea man, ask him what he thinks about the stealth build and let me know what he thinks, or redirect him here.




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by t1990le View Post
    LOL, good observation, but i gots some paper for one box and the rest of my current xtra paper is goin to books for this semester.

    I see all that money go down the drain for books, and I think," Man that could of got me 2 RD Audio Alpha 12s." lol
    Meh, money well spent IMO. Trust me with todays tech, you will need all the education one can gather. Your doing it right, so don't kick yourself when spending on some books, although they are a little pricey.

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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by bigbangtheory View Post
    Meh, money well spent IMO. Trust me with todays tech, you will need all the education one can gather. Your doing it right, so don't kick yourself when spending on some books, although they are a little pricey.

    Good luck on the build!

    Thanks man, and a little pricey my @$$ lol. About $400 per semester.




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Afternoon bump.

    So Ive decided to go with the stealth set up. Hopefully it will be finished by this weekend or
    early next week. I will post back on here what a difference itll make seein my current subs only have a 1.5cu ft sealed box each lol.




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by t1990le View Post
    Yea man, ask him what he thinks about the stealth build and let me know what he thinks, or redirect him here.
    just checking this out after seeing your pm

    downfiring can be great in some cases. you may lose a little on the meter but they sound great.

    downfiring give yourself at least 3.5" from the floor up.
    depending on how much space you have the only other thing that may be a problem is you should really use a loading board (false floor)

    i cant read through all the thread right now but let me know if you have any other questions and ill answer them




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    what program did you sue to draw those? or is that drawn by hand scanned in?



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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by bones22 View Post
    just checking this out after seeing your pm

    downfiring can be great in some cases. you may lose a little on the meter but they sound great.

    downfiring give yourself at least 3.5" from the floor up.
    depending on how much space you have the only other thing that may be a problem is you should really use a loading board (false floor)

    i cant read through all the thread right now but let me know if you have any other questions and ill answer them
    x2 down firing can be good as long as loading is correct. Try to put a little more space between the subs and floor as well as have a loading floor as bones said. put that port firing toward the passenger side though, it has been found to be the loudest in single cabs.



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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by Etac View Post
    what program did you sue to draw those? or is that drawn by hand scanned in?


    Mike465, on the first page drew them, im assuming on a program.




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by snfsh79077 View Post
    x2 down firing can be good as long as loading is correct. Try to put a little more space between the subs and floor as well as have a loading floor as bones said. put that port firing toward the passenger side though, it has been found to be the loudest in single cabs.
    So, like reverse the box, make it taller, and separate the subs a bit lol




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    OK pics are uploading of the box..............



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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Option #2 is what I would do except I'd use aero's.




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Quote Originally Posted by DBfan187 View Post
    Option #2 is what I would do except I'd use aero's.
    Is there a difference between aero and square ports? Just curious bc ive only owned sealed boxes, this is my first ported box.




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    Re: Project F-150 BOX BUILD

    Ok on with the pics






















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