1. ## How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

How can I determine how much space or area a port takes up in a sub box as far as volume?
Is there a certain calculation, do I add or subtract volume from the box. Any help would be appreciated.
Ron

2. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

You might want to rethink that design

3. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

You measure the port and then use simple math to figure it out. But if the box is being built, then you should already know what the volume for your port is.

4. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

Originally Posted by DCtC
You might want to rethink that design
Can you elaborate? What would you change

5. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

Box is being built, but not by me. I was asking the question for my own knowledge.

6. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

Originally Posted by Rc26142
Can you elaborate? What would you change
everything.

7. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

Originally Posted by RangerDanger
everything.
Thanks for the reply, I'll keep that in concideration when I have a vehicle that does not require the need for a wedge configured box.

8. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

Originally Posted by Rc26142
Thanks for the reply, I'll keep that in concideration when I have a vehicle that does not require the need for a wedge configured box.

9. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

About the same as your comments, no worries its cool. Not everyone is up to the challenge or has the knowledge to make a wedge box sound decent.
Thanks for the help

10. ## Re: How can i tell how much volume or cu ft is effected with port.

Box looks fine to me...and OP just your simple L x W x D will tell you port dimensions. If you use an aero port it's pi * d * length. Make sure to divide by 1728 to see what it is in cubic feet