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    port into cabin

    i have a box in my trunk that is just about as big as my trunk, sub and slot port firing back, 4.5cf at 32 hz, i was wondering if there was any way i can close off the slot port and fire aero ports up through the rear panel into the car, could i make it sound better? louder? bad idea?







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    Re: port into cabin

    Any way you can just turn the box around and face everything into the cabin?



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    Re: port into cabin

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    Any way you can just turn the box around and face everything into the cabin?
    no i built the box in the trunk and its about the size of the trunk, can only move it a little forward and back




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    Re: port into cabin

    What car? If its taking up the whole trunk then keeping the sub firing back probably isnt a great idea.



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    Re: port into cabin

    05 sable, there is prbobley 3 in on each side of box and an inch from the top,,, its really loud right now but just tring to see if firing external aero ports from the top of the box into the car would gain any

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    Re: port into cabin

    anyone?




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    Re: port into cabin

    I wouldn't do that. If you want a change, rebuild with everything firing forward.




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    Re: port into cabin

    Quote Originally Posted by mazdakid View Post
    Any way you can just turn the box around and face everything into the cabin?
    Arent sub/port back applications usually the way to go?





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    Re: port into cabin

    Probably not if the box takes up the whole trunk.



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