glue to wrap enclosure with
first to give you a idea of what my enclosure looks like picture taking the fat part at the top of a icecream cone, cutting out a "wedge" of it and putting it on top of a regular mdf box (one thats 8" high 20"deep 34"wide) i remember car audio mag saying that you shouldn't use super 77 but contact cement. i work with something similar to contact cement at work when we lay laminate (its only known as "glue" and everyone know what it is because its the only substance that comes in something like a small home propane tank and the buildup on the sides of the tank from overspray looks like twizzlers) where you glue both things you are trying to bond, let it dry then apply. you have zero worktime with that stuff. once its touches its bonded unless you use thinner to desolve it and reglue and for the shape of my box i'm definitely going to need some thing that gives me some work time before it completely bonds. what would u recommend using?? also i'm trying to use that faux suede selectproducts.com sells
Car: '97 Crown Victoria P71
HU: Pioneer Avic X710BT
Front stage: want bravox CS603CF
Front stage amp: want powerbass XTA 2240
Substage: 15" FI BL fully loaded in 3.5 cubes @33hz firing through rear deck.
Substage amp: Powerbass XTA 1500D