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    Need some Box Size and Amp suggestions for my subs....

    I bought 2 Blueprint 10 02series subs about 7 months ago and never used them, they are still the the boxes unopened and now i want to put them in my truck but now since the company is out of business, I have know clue how much power they can take and what type of a box size they need....

    Also if anyone does know the size of box/airspace needed, i plan to put these behind the seat of a single cab truck...

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    try 0.8 to 1 foot per sub



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    First off..what kind of vehicle do u have? I wouldnt put them in a .75-1 unless it was like the only amount of **** air space I could mustor!! Well get back to me with your vehicle make and model, as well as what u want from the woofers..I'll see what I can do for ya'

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    I drive a 2001 Dodge 1500 series single Cab truck

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    Well looks as if u arent dealing with a lot of space...75 would be like the lowest u could go for the woofer to perform decent..You should do fine that way, just wong get to see the full potential in the sub!

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    Ok so i am going to need a box that can supply about .75 to .80 to each sub and now what kind of power should i put to these??? any amp suggestions would be great...

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