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    4" or 6" aero port

    i am going to be building a 3 cu fu @ 32 hz box for a 15" fi q. Is a single 4" port going to be big enough or am i going to have to use a 6" port. i dont want any port noise.

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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    I recommend two 4" ports.




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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    bump.

    should i go two 4" ports or one 6" port?



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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    I've got 6" pipes. You can buy flares / box mounts for them on PSP or PartsExpress.

    MUCH cheaper prices than PSP.




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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    ^^pm me



    1996 Grand Cherokee
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    4 cu. ft. @ 32 Hz
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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    I would say two 4's but one 6 will definatly do it.




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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    i will probaly go with two 4" since they are cheaper



    1996 Grand Cherokee
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    SAX-100.4C
    15" Fi Q w/bp
    4 cu. ft. @ 32 Hz
    RSD1200.1

    bought from: kurtdirt1, Coolwazabi, WhiteIce, Team H&K, bigbangtheory, zfrerichs, scottiej, LaserRed38

    sold to: pimpinmex803

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    Re: 4" or 6" aero port

    Not sure for your application, but in my SPL application, I got louder, with 1 - 6 inch aeroport, compared to 3 - 4 inch aeroports.



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