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 Post subject: show some sub n box layouts in gassed sedans
Posted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:53 pm 
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hey all, probs already a thread about this but eh.
i wanna know about and see some sub n box installs in sedans, i have a el fairmont on gas with just an average 10" ported box with an xplod, will upgrade fairly shortly and was wondering about some layout ideas, for both single and dual. (more if you have em)

 

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 Post subject: Re: show some sub n box layouts in gassed sedans
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 5:07 pm 
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Hey Mate,

Something like this?

This is what i made from fiberglass, far from finished though. It will eventually be dead smooth and painted gloss black with hidden green neons on the roof of the boot to give it all a nice green glow, after all the car is green :mrgreen: And i plan to put the 4 channel infront of the gas tank between the two sub boxes, so once im finished you wont be able to see the gas tank.

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 Post subject: Re: show some sub n box layouts in gassed sedans
Posted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:51 pm 
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Fairmont_03_5.4 wrote:
Hey Mate,

Something like this?

This is what i made from fiberglass, far from finished though. It will eventually be dead smooth and painted gloss black with hidden green neons on the roof of the boot to give it all a nice green glow, after all the car is green :mrgreen: And i plan to put the 4 channel infront of the gas tank between the two sub boxes, so once im finished you wont be able to see the gas tank.

Cheers,


yeah that's neat as, does it pump hard? cos i really don't wanna lose too much potential of deep bass notes with boxes thta either don't port correctly or don't have enough box volume it let it pump properly.
how hard is fibreglass to work with? ive never dealt or even had a look at using it, i've been more of the cut up mdf and peice together a box type of guy. lol.

 

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 Post subject: Re: show some sub n box layouts in gassed sedans
Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 3:18 pm 
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Fairmont_03_5.4 wrote:
yeah that's neat as, does it pump hard? cos i really don't wanna lose too much potential of deep bass notes with boxes thta either don't port correctly or don't have enough box volume it let it pump properly.
how hard is fibreglass to work with? ive never dealt or even had a look at using it, i've been more of the cut up mdf and peice together a box type of guy. lol.


Cheers Bro :). Yeah they pump pretty hard, good thing about fiberglass too is you can take up alot of space you wouldnt be able to using MDF. These boxes are about 50L each, i measured them using a 10 litre bucket and bean bag beans.

Fiberglass is easy to work with to be honest, the hardest part is figuring out what you want to make with it. This is after my second time ever using the stuff so its not that complicated and there are heaps and heaps of tutorials on the net about it.

Here is how i made mine from start to finish if your interested. If you need any help feel free to PM me, happy to help people who like to do things themselves aye. Go to Page 4 first then backwards through the pages.

http://s883.photobucket.com/albums/ac36 ... 20Install/

 

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