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    Min. C.F. for 2 18" BTL's?

    I was wondering what I could get away with C.F. wise for 2 18" Fi BTL's? Also would it affect the bass in anyway if the sub is slanted?



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    Re: Min. C.F. for 2 18" BTL's?

    carbon fiber or cubic foot?



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    Re: Min. C.F. for 2 18" BTL's?

    Cubic Feet bro



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    Quote Originally Posted by 350zspl View Post
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    Re: Min. C.F. for 2 18" BTL's?

    Anyone..



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    Re: Min. C.F. for 2 18" BTL's?

    id say 10cubes net, but you might could run less




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    Re: Min. C.F. for 2 18" BTL's?

    Yeah... that's about right. 10 cubes. I had mine in 10 and they got loud, but then I did 12 and it made a pretty big difference. Consider 15's if u have less than 10.




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