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    Box design advice for three 10s?

    Box design advice for three 10s?-i-think-will-work.jpgI posted earlier but decided to repost, i'm designing a box for three 10s in the trunk of my 97 Nissan maxima, but I have a design in mind, tell me if you guys think im good or at keast on the right path.
    I used RE Audio's box calculator, and want the subs firing up and port firing back to the trunk.
    Since the picture *****, here are the dimensions (that I plugged into the site, not how i'd build it):
    Width: 12"
    Height: 35"
    Depth: 20"
    Port Width: .875"
    No L-Port so no second board.
    Says it's 3.616cu. ft and tuned at 30.4Hz.
    Would this work? Or does it need some editing?
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    Re: Box design advice for three 10s?

    Why do you pick subs up instead of back in the trunk?



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    Re: Box design advice for three 10s?

    Quote Originally Posted by mazdakid View Post
    Why do you pick subs up instead of back in the trunk?
    or forward.



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    Re: Box design advice for three 10s?

    That port is waaaayyyy too thin if I see that right.

    ---------- Post added at 08:09 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:08 PM ----------

    Yes, I see your specs now, that is terribly thin.



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    Re: Box design advice for three 10s?

    well to mazda and ranger, i wish i could design it to have everything fire backwards, but i can't seem to design it right. so i chose subs up as my next option. any ideas or designs you could throw my way? cause i can build it, i just can't figure out the design... :[




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