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    re box calculator

    alright so its been a long day today and i was going to use the re box calculator (i know wheres the fun in that right?) but im mad tired and i need the plans drawn up by tonight, build is this weekend. but i remembered someone having troubles with it being accurate or something? more so with tuning and cut sheets? anyone have any troubles with it or is it all gravy? thanks



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    Re: re box calculator

    anyone doubt its accuracy? i mean it kinda takes the pride out of doing the calculations your self but maybe i can find time tomorrow to write up some plans if nobody has any opinions.



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    Re: re box calculator

    i have used it on the past 4 builds with success




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    Re: re box calculator

    seems to work fine for me...just doesn't take displ into account..but that's not much of a biggie with most builds...raises the tuning slightly but that's pretty much it



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    Re: re box calculator

    alright cool, i'll just tune lower like 29 instead of 30. i made the box .3 bigger in the program to account for displacement of sub and bracing, but wouldt that just tune the box to something different or no?



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    Quote Originally Posted by cshaw View Post
    alright cool, i'll just tune lower like 29 instead of 30. i made the box .3 bigger in the program to account for displacement of sub and bracing, but wouldt that just tune the box to something different or no?

    It doesn't throw it off by much man...we're talking tenths...I'd still tune it to 30 or whatever you wanted it tuned at...



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    Quote Originally Posted by kurtdirt1 View Post
    It doesn't throw it off by much man...we're talking tenths...I'd still tune it to 30 or whatever you wanted it tuned at...
    yeah, i think either way it'd be too close to tell the difference




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    Re: re box calculator

    ur not gonna notice a difference of 1hz in tuning let alone .2 hz




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