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    Impossible Box?

    Would it be possible to successfully make a ported box if five out of the six sides are contoured to fit a surface that has a lot of curves. For example, in the picture below, if I were to fiberglass an enclosure that contoured to the wheel well (and there would be other curves present, but not in the picture), would I be able to port the box? Or would it just be too difficult to calculate the dimensions of the port, given the uneven surface? I know a sealed box would work, but Im looking for a bit more output.








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    Re: Impossible Box?

    You can definately port it, to calculate the volume, fill it up with packing peanuts or water or something and measure the amount thats in there. Sounds like a sweet project




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