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    Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    Anyways I just received my sub and of course I need an enclosure. I used one of moe lester's boxes for my mag, 2 cuft@32 hz and edited it a bit and was hoping you guys can check it out for me. hope you guys can understand.

    It's going in this trunk



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    Re: Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    Ttt




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    Re: Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    nope its all fuked up... you didn't account for the wood...

    12 * 7.75 * 24 = 1.29, not 1.345... go back and fix it then some one can help you



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    Re: Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by Decipha
    nope its all fuked up... you didn't account for the wood...

    12 * 7.75 * 24 = 1.29, not 1.345... go back and fix it then some one can help you
    No, but 12 * 7.75 * 25 = 1.34 26.5" - 1.5" ( wood thickness) = 25" not 24 "



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    Re: Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    What's the basket displacement ? I'm getting 2.4 cuft internal without the port .



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    Re: Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by ramos
    No, but 12 * 7.75 * 25 = 1.34 26.5" - 1.5" ( wood thickness) = 25" not 24 "

    oops... don't mind me



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    Re: Math Check for SI MAG enclosure

    its for a 12" mag so .15 cuft




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