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    heres the specs for my box.

    Ok so i just measured my ported 12 inch box its 20 inches wide, 14 inches high, and 13 inches long the question is do u think this will run a kicker cvx 12 inch fine or will i run into problems. im runnin a boston acoustics gt-24 amp. the box barely fits in a cobalts trunk so im asking you guys for your opinions?







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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    Considering 3/4" MDF, this would make your box about 1.5cu.ft (slightly less if its a slot ported box). According to Kicker's specs, this is too small for a ported enclosure. Maybe someone who has experience with CVX's will chime in, but I'd say its a tad too small for optimum performance.

    Could you provide port diameter and port length?



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    Quote Originally Posted by alex6999 View Post
    I have car with 300hp, and every start from traffic light i did with kikdown, and transmission, driveshaft or CV joints should not break. and listen music at maximum gain(when i did not hear distorsion) and speaker should take all power that i give to him.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikey7182 View Post
    Anyway, you probably aren't interested in all this as it will take some time to run through your 'Retard-to-English' online translator, so here are the cliff notes:

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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    go big for that sub, mines 2.25, which is the max recommended volume for that sub and it souds great. tuned to 32 htz



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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    the problem is if u kno a cobalt there is really no room to fit the box theres plenty of trunk space its just the hole to put stuff through is small even through the back seat.




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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    Quote Originally Posted by 06cobaltssorang View Post
    the problem is if u kno a cobalt there is really no room to fit the box theres plenty of trunk space its just the hole to put stuff through is small even through the back seat.
    Sounds like its time to get the saw-zaw and cuttin' torch out then...



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    -Sub Amp: Kenwood KAC-9103D
    Quote Originally Posted by alex6999 View Post
    I have car with 300hp, and every start from traffic light i did with kikdown, and transmission, driveshaft or CV joints should not break. and listen music at maximum gain(when i did not hear distorsion) and speaker should take all power that i give to him.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikey7182 View Post
    Anyway, you probably aren't interested in all this as it will take some time to run through your 'Retard-to-English' online translator, so here are the cliff notes:

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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    yah let me find a pic of a old old my very first sub and amp pic.
    trust me it looks bigger than it is u cant fit nothing through the trunk once u get through the entrance though the trunk is roomy




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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    Yea, I know what you mean.

    I didn't take that into effect for the box i just built for my Monte... I actually had to remove the trunk latch and the enitre plastic rear cover just to get the box in the trunk. Once that was all out of the way it slid in good though.



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    -Rear Speakers:Phoenix Gold RSD 6x9's
    -Components Amp:Pioneer 300w
    -Subs: 2-Phoenix Gold RSD12's
    -Sub Box: Custom sealed, 2.0 cu.ft per sub
    -Sub Amp: Kenwood KAC-9103D
    Quote Originally Posted by alex6999 View Post
    I have car with 300hp, and every start from traffic light i did with kikdown, and transmission, driveshaft or CV joints should not break. and listen music at maximum gain(when i did not hear distorsion) and speaker should take all power that i give to him.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikey7182 View Post
    Anyway, you probably aren't interested in all this as it will take some time to run through your 'Retard-to-English' online translator, so here are the cliff notes:

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    Re: heres the specs for my box.

    yah im pretty much screwed




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