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    Extremely hard box design.

    Behind the seat in a Regular Cab Truck F-150.

    This is what I need:
    - 3-3.5ft^3 Internal Air Volume
    - 1.5-1.75ft^3 Internal Air Volume Per Chamber
    - Sealed(No Vents/No Ports)
    - Box Terminals on both sides.
    - 6.7" - 7.5" Mounting Depth(Thats without the inch and a half of breathing room from the magnet.)
    - This is what is going in it. Kicker 12" DVC 4-Ohm CompVX

    This is the room I'm working with. If I have to, I will cut out the side panels...back-cloth layer and into the seat some....But Im not going blow through.
    Behind the Seat



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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Gonna have to ride seat to the front.




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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    good luck



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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    if you cut the back side panels underneath the support bar you can fit this box.
    Its 55W x 13H x 9TD x 11BD which will yield 3.023 cuft.



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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Quote Originally Posted by snfsh79077 View Post
    if you cut the back side panels underneath the support bar you can fit this box.
    Its 55W x 13H x 9TD x 11BD which will yield 3.023 cuft.
    What would the rough mounting depth for that be?

    Around 10inches at the midpoint, if its angled than the magnet is going to tilted a bit.

    Minus about 1.5", roughly about 8.5" mounting depth but the size of the magnet may conflict the with the bottom-inside of the enclosure.

    This is the current box behind the seat at: 50.75''W x 9" BD x 5.5" TD x 16" H. Linkage
    Last edited by Trepkos; 05-02-2008 at 04:26 PM.



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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Quote Originally Posted by Trepkos View Post
    What would the rough mounting depth for that be?
    depending on where you cut the hole, probably about 10 inches



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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Heres a box that I had made a few years back.




    HU: Kenwood KDC-X993
    Front stage: (2x) Shok CB 6.5
    Comp amp: Crescendo 1000c4
    Sub stage: (2) AQ HDC3 10s in 2.3 cuft @ 38hz
    sub amp: Crescendo 3kw
    Electrical: Mike Singer 250a alt w/ext regulator, D3100, NSB100, D680, 50ft of shok cca
    149.5 @ 39hz and climbing...


    Plenty of refs between here and caco....

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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Quote Originally Posted by snfsh79077 View Post
    Heres a box that I had made a few years back.




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    Quote Originally Posted by bahn4lyfe View Post
    THERE AINT NO ZOOS HERE IN THE HOOD. WHY DONT YOU BRING YOUR MOM OUT HERE AND I'LL STICK MY FACE IN HER **** AND MY **** IN HER ***
    Quote Originally Posted by SyKo13 View Post
    Yea, brown spooge FTW
    2 TC 1000 8"s, 2000 watts, 1.6 cu ft @ 36 Hz = 139.5 DEEBEEZ
    Pioneer 7900BT

    Bought: vette1, dru, ibanezcollector (ECA), Bumpin Ben Wallace (Sound Domain)
    Sold: dleccord, Hustler904, busabob, NMBR1SPT

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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    50W x 13H x 9D = 3.38



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    Quote Originally Posted by bahn4lyfe View Post
    THERE AINT NO ZOOS HERE IN THE HOOD. WHY DONT YOU BRING YOUR MOM OUT HERE AND I'LL STICK MY FACE IN HER **** AND MY **** IN HER ***
    Quote Originally Posted by SyKo13 View Post
    Yea, brown spooge FTW
    2 TC 1000 8"s, 2000 watts, 1.6 cu ft @ 36 Hz = 139.5 DEEBEEZ
    Pioneer 7900BT

    Bought: vette1, dru, ibanezcollector (ECA), Bumpin Ben Wallace (Sound Domain)
    Sold: dleccord, Hustler904, busabob, NMBR1SPT

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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    what part of mississippi do you live in? and yea a rough mounting depth would be 9.5 to 10 inches



    HU: Kenwood KDC-X993
    Front stage: (2x) Shok CB 6.5
    Comp amp: Crescendo 1000c4
    Sub stage: (2) AQ HDC3 10s in 2.3 cuft @ 38hz
    sub amp: Crescendo 3kw
    Electrical: Mike Singer 250a alt w/ext regulator, D3100, NSB100, D680, 50ft of shok cca
    149.5 @ 39hz and climbing...


    Plenty of refs between here and caco....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtlhead View Post
    50W x 13H x 9D = 3.38
    those would be internal dimensions buddy....

    also I posted that pic because I have the same truck and wanted to show you can fit what he wants



    HU: Kenwood KDC-X993
    Front stage: (2x) Shok CB 6.5
    Comp amp: Crescendo 1000c4
    Sub stage: (2) AQ HDC3 10s in 2.3 cuft @ 38hz
    sub amp: Crescendo 3kw
    Electrical: Mike Singer 250a alt w/ext regulator, D3100, NSB100, D680, 50ft of shok cca
    149.5 @ 39hz and climbing...


    Plenty of refs between here and caco....

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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Quote Originally Posted by snfsh79077 View Post
    those would be internal dimensions buddy....
    my bad



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    Quote Originally Posted by bahn4lyfe View Post
    THERE AINT NO ZOOS HERE IN THE HOOD. WHY DONT YOU BRING YOUR MOM OUT HERE AND I'LL STICK MY FACE IN HER **** AND MY **** IN HER ***
    Quote Originally Posted by SyKo13 View Post
    Yea, brown spooge FTW
    2 TC 1000 8"s, 2000 watts, 1.6 cu ft @ 36 Hz = 139.5 DEEBEEZ
    Pioneer 7900BT

    Bought: vette1, dru, ibanezcollector (ECA), Bumpin Ben Wallace (Sound Domain)
    Sold: dleccord, Hustler904, busabob, NMBR1SPT

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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    Quote Originally Posted by snfsh79077 View Post
    those would be internal dimensions buddy....

    also I posted that pic because I have the same truck and wanted to show you can fit what he wants
    Northern, Tupelo-ish area.

    So do you have pics of the interior of your truck to give me an idea on how to get an enclosure to fit behind the seat like that? Such as what sections I would have to cut out, any necessary interior modding?

    Is that box with the vent for two 10"s or two 12"'s? Also, did you put that in your truck?



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    1999 Regular Ford F150

    HU: Kenwood eXcelon KDC-X991
    Front Stage: 08' RainbowSLC 265.25 Components w/ CAL25 Silk Tweeter
    Front Stage Amp: Sundown SAX-100.2
    Sub Stage: 2x 12" Fi Q DVC 1
    Sub Stage Amp: Audioque 2200D
    Enclosure: 3.52 Dual Chambered Sealed Enclosure by BJ Fisher
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    ****...Im at the very bottom....I can get pics tomorrow of which portion needed to be cut and how much was cut. yea that box was for my truck for my tsx 10s



    HU: Kenwood KDC-X993
    Front stage: (2x) Shok CB 6.5
    Comp amp: Crescendo 1000c4
    Sub stage: (2) AQ HDC3 10s in 2.3 cuft @ 38hz
    sub amp: Crescendo 3kw
    Electrical: Mike Singer 250a alt w/ext regulator, D3100, NSB100, D680, 50ft of shok cca
    149.5 @ 39hz and climbing...


    Plenty of refs between here and caco....

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    Re: Extremely hard box design.

    if the subs are tilted, cant you move the mounting depth back a little? the tilt should give you breathable area behind the motor.



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