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    limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    ok, so i want to make a box thats tuned in the 30-35 Hz range, but the box can only be 30.5 inches wide, due to my small trunk (no pun intended). Is this even possible? I was thinking it was if i take the width of the box and add it to the depth, but am i just making this up? I could use some help, or maybe if you guys got plans handy that could help me out, i would greatly appreciate them.







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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    just use aeroports and make a small box. /thread.




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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    acura integra, 91
    sorry, thats what im trying to figure out, i was currently looking at this one, and trying to figure out how it would work
    http://img23.imageshack.us/my.php?im...465sqin6xu.png




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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    what exactly are aeroports, excuse my ignorance.




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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    just use some of these:

    http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage....TOKEN=17792738

    called "port tubes"



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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    oh ok, i thought thats what he meant.
    so just make the box tuned to whatever, and add the tubes?




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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    well you still gotta figure out tuning, but with port tubes you can design smaller boxes (at least i'm under the impression that's how it works).



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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    yeah, i got 2 10" w6's so i don't think ima be able to fit them under my nice little cover, wherever it is, lol.
    how would you figure in the tubes with the port area and the tuning,
    i was hoping someone would hav had a box already so i could just copy theirs, lol.




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    Re: limited space for a low tuned box, little help

    that helps a ton, thanks




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