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    Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    ight so i want to get a box built for my 2 15" (L7's) but i went to get an esitmate and it came out to around $600 ( i want some custom stuff done so it came out to around $600). I just laughed and left when the dude told me that. I have be thinkin of building my own box for some time now and i think im gonna do it. However i have no box building experience and i dont wanna waste my time and money doin it (if i miss it up that is). I need some help with it and hopefully you guys can push me in the right direction.

    anyways, i just wanted to know if it was a good idea for me to build my own box since i have no previous experience at it? Im already starting to measure stuff up before i start cuttin and glue'n but i juss wanna get the ca.com noobie approval

    i also wanted to know what the program u guys use to build your box on the computer, ive seen it awhile ago but forgot what it was called.

    Like i said i started measuring my trunk and im not gonna lie, i got hella motha f*ckin space! haha. but i have ran into a few problems. my trunk has a weird shape which looks very similar to this....


    i want to fit my box in the smaller part so i have some trunk space so it well come out something like this.



    now there is a weird buldge thats in my trunk, now it wouldnt be a problem space wise but it is. The buldge is slanted and causes me to down size the box even more. u can kind of see it in the picture above and this is what it looks like up close VVV



    now with this is the way i my measured up my trunk its about 22inches in lengh and 39 inches wide and about 18inches high to build me a ported box. so what my real question is, do i have enought room to build me a ported box?




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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    ok im a ******* and didnt read any of the stickies

    can someone tell me what design i should go with for the L7's

    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=137804




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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    You could build a box tuned to 33hz 6 cu ft. I know that would work. Kinda small for 15" l7 box




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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike yayo View Post
    You could build a box tuned to 33hz 6 cu ft. I know that would work. Kinda small for 15" l7 box
    is there any plans around i can get for a 6cu?




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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike yayo View Post
    You could build a box tuned to 33hz 6 cu ft. I know that would work. Kinda small for 15" l7 box
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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    bump bump still lookin for the plans for the 33hz 6 cu ft box. anyone hook me up?




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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    come on now BUMP^ BUMP ^




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    Re: Need some advice for a box for 2 L7's

    I don't think a ported box with the rights specs would fit in your trunk
    I couldn't even fit a good ported box for my 12's in my camry's trunk and that trunk is huge.
    It needed to be 3 cubic ft per chamber so for 15's you need good 4 to 4.5 cu ft per chamber..



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