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    VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    This is going to house two Atomic 8s....1.5 cubes net....34hz....Kerf port...going to be double flush baffled...back baffle is NOT in place yet....












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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    how do you kerf the port like that?



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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by jockhater2 View Post
    how do you kerf the port like that?
    Magic!!!!!!..........actually you make several cuts about 1/4" to 1/2" almost through the wood...leave about 1/16" of material and be REALLY CAREFUL in handling it afterwards....




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by double 07 View Post
    Magic!!!!!!..........actually you make several cuts about 1/4" to 1/2" almost through the wood...leave about 1/16" of material and be REALLY CAREFUL in handling it afterwards....

    wow. that is really cool. and sounds really tricky.
    you are very skilled



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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Thanks....




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Curious on how you measure the length of a kerfed port. Does the measurement stop at the point the kerf starts or does the measurement go out to the end of the port wall on the left?



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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    I wonder who the lucky guy is thats getting this enclosure.....




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    That depends on how large the radius is.....Like on the above enclosure the KERFED section is about 5 1/4" wide...




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Lower the tuning down to about 28 Hz and I could drop my GTO804's right into that cool looking enclosure



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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    I forgot to tell you. please no speaker terminal




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    ok......You want a pair of Brass Binding posts instead?




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by double 07 View Post
    ok......You want a pair of Brass Binding posts instead?

    No, plan on using threaded rod. Running 4 gauge to the enclosure, 4 gauge inside to a distribution and 8 gauge out to the subs. A little overkill, I know...




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    Quote Originally Posted by VWGolfMKVI View Post
    No, plan on using threaded rod. Running 4 gauge to the enclosure, 4 gauge inside to a distribution and 8 gauge out to the subs. A little overkill, I know...
    Aight....no cups...no posts.....




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by double 07 View Post
    Aight....no cups...no posts.....
    Correct. I will be doing this


    minus the piece of peel and seal stuck to the box...lol




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    Re: VW Golf Atomic Enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by sbelew View Post
    Lower the tuning down to about 28 Hz and I could drop my GTO804's right into that cool looking enclosure

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