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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    Haha I figured. Let someone help you design a nice enclosure, and you can build it. You seem new to this but you will learn install>equipment.
    Yeah.

    One question, do you think a box could be built to house 2 15's, where it would sound clean in a mustang? Whether it be ported or sealed, either way. If it can be done, I want to atleast try it, you know?







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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by 'Alex View Post
    Yeah.

    One question, do you think a box could be built to house 2 15's, where it would sound clean in a mustang? Whether it be ported or sealed, either way. If it can be done, I want to atleast try it, you know?
    Ported no, sealed maybe. Try to get your max dimensions and post them.



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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    Ported no, sealed maybe. Try to get your max dimensions and post them.
    I'll go measure it again real quick and I'll edit them in here.

    41" long, and 14" High, (At that, the subs would have to fire upwards, and the top can be whatever, if you can see what I mean, I kinda confuse myself when I think of the subs facing up, rather than facing me, or the rear bumper)




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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Run one single 15 ported...
    Save the other one. ( you can use it after you beat the $hit out of the first one )
    One 15 in the right box would do better than two in the wrong box...




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    Re: Two different sizes?

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    Run one single 15 ported...
    Save the other one. ( you can use it after you beat the $hit out of the first one )
    One 15 in the right box would do better than two in the wrong box...
    And if I could get a good box built for them? (Whether It's build by me, or somebody else, I'm sure it's possible)




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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by 'Alex View Post
    I'll go measure it again real quick and I'll edit them in here.

    41" long, and 14" High, (At that, the subs would have to fire upwards, and the top can be whatever, if you can see what I mean, I kinda confuse myself when I think of the subs facing up, rather than facing me, or the rear bumper)
    What depth? Can you fit 41" of width through the opening?



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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by 'Alex View Post
    I'll go measure it again real quick and I'll edit them in here.

    41" long, and 14" High, (At that, the subs would have to fire upwards, and the top can be whatever, if you can see what I mean, I kinda confuse myself when I think of the subs facing up, rather than facing me, or the rear bumper)
    What depth? Can you fit 41" of width through the opening?



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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    What depth? Can you fit 41" of width through the opening?
    Like I said, it'd be getting built in the trunk, And in this case, height = depth, 41 long, 14 tall/deep




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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    What depth? Can you fit 41" of width through the opening?
    Like I said, it'd be getting built in the trunk, And in this case, height = depth, 41 long, 14 tall/deep




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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Yea that is cutting it, depends on the width you might be able to if you use aero ports but it's still going to be a squeeze for them. I would still highly recommend selling everything you have and buying 2 nice 12's and an amp.



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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Lol how are you going to mount a 15" sub on a 14" surface?



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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    Lol how are you going to mount a 15" sub on a 14" surface?
    >.> I said they would have to be mounted facing up, not facing the back.




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    Re: Two different sizes?

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    >.> I said they would have to be mounted facing up, not facing the back.
    Your max dimensions are 14 X 14 X 41 correct?



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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by RicksI30 View Post
    Your max dimensions are 14 X 14 X 41 correct?

    Because microsoft paint is honestly the only way I can explain it, and I probably still failed in there somewhere.

    Keep in mind, none of that is actually done to scale




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    Re: Two different sizes?

    Quote Originally Posted by 'Alex View Post
    depth, 41 long, 14 tall/deep

    Okay this^^ is what confused me.


    So your maximum dimensions are really 14 X 25 X 41



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