1. ## Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

My pontiac bonneville? It must go in through the trunk and the trunk is only 32" wide.

I have the dimensions for this box around (i dont know the specific numbers) 32", 25" deep, 15" high..

Point being, i need 3.7 cubes through that 32" gap and it cannot be higher than 15", im not sure how the depth would seeing as the box has to go in cok-eyed to begin with

2. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

with wood that was .75 thick you would end up around 5.5 cubes.
at 1.5 " thick you would end up around 4.4... so yes...

and please use this....

Subwoofer Enclosure Calculators, Fraction to Decimal, Parallel, Series, Port Length and Volume Calculators

3. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

i dont know how we could tell for u, unless someone on here has done the exact same thing in the same car, get some pieces of cardboard taped together in a rough shape of those dimensions and see what you have to do

4. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

Shove it through the rear deck.

5. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

should be able to, my daughter has a 2001 grand am pretty much the same type off deal .i put a 4^3 kerfed port box in hers with a custom dc lvl 2 15 on 800 watts rms ,its crazy loud ,she says way to much bass for her.

6. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

I think its possible too, its just that the pro box builder who built my last one said it was impossible to fit 4.5 in there, and has an aversion against a 3.7.... these guys who offered to do it for the cost of wood said they could no problem.

They took measures and are working on it now, im just curious myself. I hope a bigger box results in the tonal output i think i should be getting.... They are using 5/8" wood, i think its particle board

7. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

Originally Posted by Julian
with wood that was .75 thick you would end up around 5.5 cubes.
at 1.5 " thick you would end up around 4.4... so yes...

and please use this....

Subwoofer Enclosure Calculators, Fraction to Decimal, Parallel, Series, Port Length and Volume Calculators
dont use that calculator. it is junk.

8. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

How is it junk? Just to calculate potential box volume it's great.

9. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

Originally Posted by Julian
How is it junk? Just to calculate potential box volume it's great.
torres is better. or just use your brain.

10. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

Originally Posted by RangerDanger
torres is better. or just use your brain.
Lulz...

11. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

its pretty simply math to figure out.

12. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

With that 12volt.com calculator it looks like i can get some pretty good boxes around 5-6 cubes in here... i'll have to experiment one day :o

13. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

Welp, the dimensions are 32 by 15 by 25, which is like.. 5.8cubes? Is that too much for the GPI?(DC XL 15)

14. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

Originally Posted by RangerDanger
torres is better. or just use your brain.
Torres doesn't account for port displacement when using aeroports.

15. ## Re: Is it possible to fit 3.5 net cubes in...

that about 5.6 cubes try 27.5 wide times 16.5tall times 15 deep the inside was 26 wide times 15 tall times 13.5 deep =5265 cubic inches divided by 1728 equals 3.047 cubic foot if any thing you could throw it in here at this link. by the way those sizes we had a hard time fitting them in a g6 at school if any thing like it tere will be a hard time fitting it.

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