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    Box For Infinity Kappa Perfect 12"

    I just bought an Infinity Kappa Perfect 12 VQ subwoofer, and am planning on building (or buying) a sealed enclosure for it.

    I would go ported, but I think it would be a pain to put one into my trunk, which is the biggest concern.

    I drive a 2001 Mustang, and the trunk opening is incredibly unforgiving. I need to get 1.25 cubic feet of enclosure without the height exceeding 13". Any suggestions? Does anybody know of prefab boxes that will work in my trunk?

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    Re: Box For Infinity Kappa Perfect 12"

    http://www.caraudio.com/vb/showthread.php?t=86316It's smaller than you want, but it's cheap as hell.
    I bought the sub that was in it, and he's a great guy to deal with.

    oh and prefabs ****



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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_as View Post
    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: Box For Infinity Kappa Perfect 12"

    Hey, undercoverpunk,

    Thanks, but the kappa perfect needs a 7" mounting depth. This one is a bit short of that.
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    Re: Box For Infinity Kappa Perfect 12"

    My bad you have VQ's, forgot the mounting depth was different.

    I'd just build it yourself. The box will be a lot better.
    Last edited by UndercoverPunk; 03-04-2005 at 08:28 AM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_as View Post
    I need a program or something that will help me find mounting depth without having to build box and such...
    No, Andy, I'm sure the context is fine.

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    Re: Box For Infinity Kappa Perfect 12"

    Hey man...I have a 12VQ im trying to sell..my enclosure is 2.25 slot ported @ 28Hz and she pounds and sounds amazing



    Quote Originally Posted by profilepower
    lol..sum guy thinks a box make subs tight..
    a box might help alil....so you saying if ya 15 is in the same box as my 10. theyre both as tight as each other???
    whatever..the thing is the mark means something..so you thought i have a 10 foot sub???
    this guy is the dumest of you all....HAHahahAHAhaHahAHAhaHa
    oh i think the lil boy complaining is talking about i hit a n instead of a s. it confused him..
    i'm sorry lil boy now is it better......its 10'' is tighter.
    my 2 marks are too far apart i'm going back to 1. it means inches lil boys..ok
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    ports should ALWAYS be larger than your capacitor
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