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    Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Wondering which way to face my ports and subs, i was thinking to just put both up, but i'm having so much trouble fitting these freaking 20" long ports into my box designs i'm about to change everything. Help please



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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    I don't know if this will help much, but my friend faces his aero ports to the driver side and has his subs foward.



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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    i've heard port facing passenger side and subs up? this doesn't make any sense to me though



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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    downfire subs and ports






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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    check out usaci. subs up, port up... LOUDEST setup found so far for pro stock




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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by RE_XXX View Post
    check out usaci. subs up, port up... LOUDEST setup found so far for pro stock
    I thought it was subs forward and port up?

    Anyways, I'm sure the OP isn't looking for a 60+ hz fart machine like the trucks in usaci.

    My advice is everything firing up or subs up and ports to the drivers side.




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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by RE_XXX View Post
    check out usaci. subs up, port up... LOUDEST setup found so far for pro stock
    Wrong info subs forward port up




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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    downfiring is what i've found to be the loudest. never fired ports to the drivers side however.






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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyk90 View Post
    I thought it was subs forward and port up?

    Anyways, I'm sure the OP isn't looking for a 60+ hz fart machine like the trucks in usaci.

    My advice is everything firing up or subs up and ports to the drivers side.
    Can be tuned for daily with that style, and meters well.




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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by jack0409 View Post
    Can be tuned for daily with that style, and meters well.
    Yeah, I believe brad eubank had mentioned once that he did a daily install that way and it came out well.

    But from experience I know that firing everything up and firing the subs up and ports to the side works well.




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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyk90 View Post
    Yeah, I believe brad eubank had mentioned once that he did a daily install that way and it came out well.

    But from experience I know that firing everything up and firing the subs up and ports to the side works well.
    well if tommyk says it, its directly from the bible

    does it matter if the port goes past the motor on the subs??



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    double post lulz



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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkerking09 View Post
    does it matter if the ports go past the subs? like underneath the magnet?
    Shouldn't affect performance.

    But as a rule of thumb I try to keep the subs as far away from the port opening(s) as possible.




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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Down Fire Subs/Ports

    Areo's are loud too.



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    Re: Whos done SPL in an extended cab truck?

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyk90 View Post
    Yeah, I believe brad eubank had mentioned once that he did a daily install that way and it came out well.

    But from experience I know that firing everything up and firing the subs up and ports to the side works well.
    In a ext cab?




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