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    building a sub with a type X motor

    well ive googled and searched this ish and cant come up with much. i want to pick up a type X motor on the cheap and see if i can build it up with a 10" basket and softparts. they supposedly could fit an 8 layer coil in the gaps so i wouldnt mind building a little 10 with it. anybody know about it?



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    Re: building a sub with a type X motor

    cool, i did that. thanks

    anybody else know though?



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    Re: building a sub with a type X motor

    The Alpine Type-X woofer features dual 6-layer voice coils which utilize 220C high-temperature wire with Inner/Outer Winding on a Twin-Wall aluminum former.
    What is the ID and OD of the gap ?




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    Re: building a sub with a type X motor

    already been done, it uses a weird coil. Jamie (Jrob) has one done by a guy on caco.




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    Re: building a sub with a type X motor

    According to the user manual it uses 6 layers of aluminum wire with a 50mm wind width on a 3.1" ID former. If you need a coil I can probably find you something that will work.




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    Re: building a sub with a type X motor

    hmm and and what about a 10" basket?



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