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    using 45's in a port

    Ive been messin with sketchu some more and made this. How do I calculate port length doing my ports like this?







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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Same as you would if you didn't have 45's in. Measure down the center of the port




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    if it were my design i would separate it into rectangles and triangles to find the area, but it's up to you how much detail you'd like.




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by RSDXzec View Post
    if it were my design i would separate it into rectangles and triangles to find the area, but it's up to you how much detail you'd like.
    Dont even have to do that. I was thinking. Measure the pieces going down. Then measure from the top of 1 45 to the top of the other. Then measure the bottoms and average the tops and bottoms then add in the verticals.

    I think I typed it out right...




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by nutxo View Post
    Dont even have to do that. I was thinking. Measure the pieces going down. Then measure from the top of 1 45 to the top of the other. Then measure the bottoms and average the tops and bottoms then add in the verticals.

    I think I typed it out right...
    ... ok... if that works for you lol




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by Kangaroux View Post
    Same as you would if you didn't have 45's in. Measure down the center of the port
    winner...




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Don't people know how to measure port length? Why do I see this all the time?



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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorFade View Post
    Don't people know how to measure port length? Why do I see this all the time?
    If u have nothing nice to say post it in car audio




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorFade View Post
    Don't people know how to measure port length? Why do I see this all the time?
    Not exactly, want to enlighten the less informed?




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorFade View Post
    Don't people know how to measure port length? Why do I see this all the time?
    Never built a box using 45s in it. Id rather ask than build the thing and do **** wrong. I mean it may seem stupid to you and I understand. I used talk to idiots all day about computers. If you heard some of the people I talked to your head would explode.




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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by husker77 View Post
    Not exactly, want to enlighten the less informed?



    Quote Originally Posted by Kangaroux View Post
    Same as you would if you didn't have 45's in. Measure down the center of the port

    Asked and answered. Already.



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    Re: using 45's in a port

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorFade View Post
    Asked and answered. Already.
    Didn't know if it was more complicated than that.




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    Re: using 45's in a port

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    Didn't know if it was more complicated than that.
    It's not. I don't know why you guys make shit so complicated.



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    Re: using 45's in a port

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    Asked and answered. Already.
    Dude I just farted so bad.




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    Re: using 45's in a port

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    Dude I just farted so bad.
    What did it do on the TL?



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