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    Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Started foaming in my Jeep preparing for my next setup (forward facing bandpass) :


    * Drivers side fully foamed in and enclosed


    * Passenger side fully foamed and enclosed

    The above made my SPL drop hard with the current box, although, I need it for the new setup... so we came up with an idea in the mean time.


    * Mini skateboard ramp !


    * Another view

    This brought my peak SPL back to where it was and my efficiency almost back to where it was. Too bad I never tried the ramp before the foam... I thought about it but never got around to it.







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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    You're gonna need bags on that thing eventually....trust me on this one.




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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    So its sort of like an upward facing horn. Where did you get the idea for this?



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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    You're gonna need bags on that thing eventually....trust me on this one.
    I have air shocks on it now -- seems to be doing okay so far !




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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Quote Originally Posted by nateberrier View Post
    So its sort of like an upward facing horn. Where did you get the idea for this?
    Just an idea we had to try and get some pressure off the hatch -- but I figured it would also help push the air up over top of the box since we blocked off so much room on the sides of the enclosure with the foam.

    Whatever the actual mechanism is -- it did work in this case




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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Quote Originally Posted by sundownz View Post
    Just an idea we had to try and get some pressure off the hatch -- but I figured it would also help push the air up over top of the box since we blocked off so much room on the sides of the enclosure with the foam.

    Whatever the actual mechanism is -- it did work in this case
    Makes sense to me. I take it the thing is pretty solid? I wonder what would happen if you built it a little bit higher



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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Not sure... we left it that height since I run no-wall classes. One day may be a fun experiment to try for the heck of it, though.




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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Quote Originally Posted by sundownz View Post
    I have air shocks on it now -- seems to be doing okay so far !
    yeah for now, but put in as much **** as I did in mine and bags are the way to go. I prob have 3x more weight.




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    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    yeah for now, but put in as much **** as I did in mine and bags are the way to go. I prob have 3x more weight.
    Indeed... I am not going full wall with it so I'm hoping it will be alright with air shocks alone. Building a half wall (no wall) with birch ply to keep weight down.




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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    small addjustments in size and shape will /should change where the peak hits the windsheild. i have been playing around with a curved set up that directs my peak to the spot where the metter is placed on the windshield.




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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    looks good man. dont see too many people trying new things....good to see something different...



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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    emailed you also



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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    nice lol...no wonder brandons been sad...u stole his ramp



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    Re: Skateboard Ramp Loading Wall for SPL

    Quote Originally Posted by hrtbrk1 View Post
    nice lol...no wonder brandons been sad...u stole his ramp
    I lol'd



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