1. Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

I've been reading up on aero ports vs. slot ports...it sounds like you only need half the port area with aero ports? Right now I can either do 50 in^2 of port area with a slot port or use two 4" aeros for ~24 in^2. I've only really used slot ports in the past and I was wondering if I would get any port noise out of the two aeros.

2. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

i've never heard that you only need 1/2 the area with aero's.

3. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

It depends on the subs.

4. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

3.6 cubes, is that for 2 12's or 1 15? The sub will make a difference if it'll be enough or not. You should be fine with 2 4's, but it depends.

5. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

A good rule of thumb is 12-16" of port per cubic foot, but I guess it can vary depending on the sub.

one 15" ICON

7. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

how do you determine port area off the aeroes ?

8. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

Originally Posted by HellsRise
one 15" ICON
2 4's will be good Icon doesn't move THAT much air.

9. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

Originally Posted by Harleyfx69
how do you determine port area off the aeroes ?
pi(r^2)

i'd stick w/ 2 4" s or 1 6"

10. Re: Is two 4" aero's enough for 3.6 cubes?

Should be perfect for that sub

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