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    can i bend round ports with 90 degree elbows? PVC?

    i have a box with 2 cvr's in it now.

    i built it 2.2cu ft per sub. 4 inch ports tuned to 35hz.

    i want to put jl 13w3's in it sometime down the road but jl recommends tuning to 27hz.

    i dont have that much depth though. can i bend with round ports?







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    Re: can i bend round ports with 90 degree elbows? PVC?

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    Re: can i bend round ports with 90 degree elbows? PVC?

    huh? lol




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    Re: can i bend round ports with 90 degree elbows? PVC?

    yes you can, make sure to calculate the lenth of the bend into your tuning. The way I do that is to use a measuring tape, measure the shortest part of the bend( inside), then the longeest part ( outside), add them together, and divide by 2.



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    Re: can i bend round ports with 90 degree elbows? PVC?

    it is not letting me post? if this shows up thanks cx-7




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    Re: can i bend round ports with 90 degree elbows? PVC?

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