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    18w6

    Looking for an 18W6 or similar large cone area sub that will fit in a small sealed box. Let me know!







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    Re: 18w6

    hmmm 18 inch sub in a sealed box. hmmmm think that kicker made an 18"comp vr... why so big?




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    Re: 18w6

    eh, i like the idea of big cone area, and old school stuff. I think it'd be fun to use a 18w6. i have a few options i'm looking at for my next build in my new car, and this is just one that i'm looking into.

    Otherwise, some 8's might be on the table or just a conventional 10" or 12" in a small sealed




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    Re: 18w6

    18w3???




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    Re: 18w6

    keep in mind, usually the bigger the sub the bigger box it needs




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    Re: 18w6

    Quote Originally Posted by VanLan View Post
    eh, i like the idea of big cone area, and old school stuff. I think it'd be fun to use a 18w6. i have a few options i'm looking at for my next build in my new car, and this is just one that i'm looking into.

    Otherwise, some 8's might be on the table or just a conventional 10" or 12" in a small sealed

    I like your thinking, wish i could come up with 4 18w6 now that be a bad azz setup. Cool think is I wouldn't need a 5k amp.



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    Re: 18w6

    I have a brand new in box 18w6 when credence sold their lot about 2 years ago. They do very well in sealed boxes only from 1.7 to 2.3 cubed. PM me, we can talk, I might be inclined to sell.




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    Re: 18w6

    Is credence still in business????




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    Re: 18w6

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    Is credence still in business????
    yeah. Most of the 18w6s that you see floating around came from credence about 2 years ago. They most of had parts sitting on the shelf, but a bunch and sold them off. Only thing they are missing is the JL logo in the center.




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    Re: 18w6

    Mine have the JL logo on the dust cap, but not on back of the motor.



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    Re: 18w6

    I think some don't have the spider spacer like the original W6s did....




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