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    Man it really does sound great gotta get those amps down to move it up more. I left you good feedback if you want you can leave me a positive as well



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    never seen a box that looked like that before, but seems like you know what you are doing.




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    yea I didn't think it would be so deep I should have had them on top but oh well live and learn. I was thinking later on I could take them out take off the baffle if possible put a new solid piece over and then cut the holes on top and it would work fine I think.



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    yea I didn't think it would be so deep I should have had them on top but oh well live and learn. I was thinking later on I could take them out take off the baffle if possible put a new solid piece over and then cut the holes on top and it would work fine I think.
    Yea, that is why I designed it the way I did the first time with the subs up port back. That enclosure is screwed/glued together. If you were to try and take it apart you would need a BFH and a saw....then a dust pain or a shop vac to pick up the pieces lol.




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    Yea, that is why I designed it the way I did the first time with the subs up port back. That enclosure is screwed/glued together. If you were to try and take it apart you would need a BFH and a saw....then a dust pain or a shop vac to pick up the pieces lol.
    I have a jig saw and circular saw but what is a BFH? Do you think it would sound better with them facing up or do you think I wouldn't notice anything?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninesvnsicks View Post
    I have a jig saw and circular saw but what is a BFH? Do you think it would sound better with them facing up or do you think I wouldn't notice anything?
    BFH= Big Fucking Hammer

    In your application I don't think there will be much different in the setups really. You will get less stress on the hatch, but not to much less. I have had better results overall with subs up port back.



    Basically what I was saying with the enclosure is no, there is not a good way to "adjust" that enclosure with out destroying it. About the best idea would be to make plats to go where the speakers mount to fill the void and then cut new wholes on the top. It wold work I guess.




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    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    BFH= Big Fucking Hammer

    In your application I don't think there will be much different in the setups really. You will get less stress on the hatch, but not to much less. I have had better results overall with subs up port back.



    Basically what I was saying with the enclosure is no, there is not a good way to "adjust" that enclosure with out destroying it. About the best idea would be to make plats to go where the speakers mount to fill the void and then cut new wholes on the top. It wold work I guess.
    Yea that would work honestly right now it sounds really good maybe if I decide to change it in the spring but I think I will leave it for now seems to be working nicely although I really need to set my gain correctly after I plugged my new remote gain it changed the amount my gain was up. lol my whole jeep rattles now sux but I will live with it til spring I think I'm already having transmission problems so I really need to upgrade I just hope it makes it thru the winter.



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    the historical ****** jeep transmission anyways the new jeeps have a nice engine/transmission layout...



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    Quote Originally Posted by murph View Post
    the historical ****** jeep transmission anyways the new jeeps have a nice engine/transmission layout...
    I'm not sure what i want to get but I would stick with jeep and just go newer if I found a nicely priced one. I mainly want a more solid suv with less rust and defects. More cargo room and a nice size compartment to install my amps in would be awesome tho.



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    Head Unit: Kenwood KDC-X895
    Speakers: 6.5" Boston Acoustics SC65 (Front), 6.5" MB Quart DKD116 (Rear)
    4ch Amp: Alpine mrv-f303
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    Took a short video earlier with my phone I'm still waiting for youtube to rotate the video but it should be ready soon.



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    Sub Amp: AudioQue AQ2200D
    Sub Woofers: None at the moment
    Wiring: Big 3, Radnor #1 welding cable, Kolossus Fleks Kable 8 Gauge (4 ch)
    RCA's: KnuKonceptz KARSS2.6M and KARSS4.6M
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    lol, nice man. Looks like they are moving pretty good




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