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    90sq in = in areo port area ?

    I need 90 sq in of port , what kind of aero's should i run ? do they make 6" or 8" ?



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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

    3 6's




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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

    i got em from parts express 2- 6" aero flare = $76 ! dam ! what if use 3 ?
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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

    ^3 of what?

    (3) 6" ports will approx = 90 sq inches of port area



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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

    Make your own if you're concerned about the cost. Just stack a couple pieces of MDF on the end of a piece of PVC tubing and flush a hole then use a large round-over bit on it. The pvc port is then mounted INTO the actual wall of the box and is completely flush and smooth. No external plate on outside of the box with screws... it actually looks nicer than aeros.



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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Savag3 View Post
    i got em from parts express 2- 6" aero flare = $76 ! dam ! what if use 3 ?
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    Re: 90sq in = in areo port area ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DNick454 View Post
    Make your own if you're concerned about the cost. Just stack a couple pieces of MDF on the end of a piece of PVC tubing and flush a hole then use a large round-over bit on it. The pvc port is then mounted INTO the actual wall of the box and is completely flush and smooth. No external plate on outside of the box with screws... it actually looks nicer than aeros.
    Any pics of examples? Curious if its possible to do without a router.....




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