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that's so she can listen to great tunes AND go while on the road! :Na_Na_Na_Na:You going to cover it to match the interior? Don't take offense...but it kinda looks like a toilet! Did you make that or have it made?
It is shaped like that for tuning purposes. With a direct side firing enclose the sub was 90 degrees out of faze with the passenger side mid ranges in the doors. Well it is my wife car and my ass is going to be setting on the passenger side so I know I could not handle that. So with this set up I don’t remember the exact number I thank in it 43.2 degrees out of faze witch I thank was only around 20% drop in sound los at the mid bass range around 120Hz-210Hz and that is a full vehicle los witch I compensated for in the deck settings and I thank it is now around a 4% los. Like in your truck bluejet and with the stock Infinity setup there is a los in the driver side speakers in the low end vocals and mid bass range most people won’t hear it but that stuff drives me crazy. In my Nitro I have knottiest this effect with the back speakers the passenger side door rattles like crazy and I don’t hear the driver side doing that I believe it is duo to the canalization of the sound. I made it. Fiber glass is not hard if you have the right tools.You going to cover it to match the interior? Don't take offense...but it kinda looks like a toilet! Did you make that or have it made?
Yes Waldorf, she has a stone white Jeep. I had the box painted to match the inner color of the sets and didn’t like it, it looked good setting in the back but up on the wall it didn’t do well with the wall color. I was just going to have it painted the color of the wall but my wife wanted it to match the outside so that’s what we did.that's so she can listen to great tunes AND go while on the road! :Na_Na_Na_Na:
I guess it is painted to match the exterior colour?
Why dont you market these. I'm sure there will people who want these especially me!!!I just wanted to post some images of the fiber glass sub enclosure I made for my wife’s jeep. I want to do something like this in my nitro but with two 10” Kicker Solo Baric L7’s but I can’t make up my mind on how I want it to look
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Well it takes some time to do them I have in that one 23 hours time in design and billing time. Then you have to have a body man paint it. It is very messy work working with fiber glass. There are a couple of stereo shops within 60 miles of here that will do them but there $$ and that’s because there so much work you have to do, you have to do it in steps to keep them from shrinking and looking bad over time. I thank from start to finish it took be about a month’s time to do that one but it will look like that forever the body filler will never shrink on that peace. I have a little over $190 in supplies and 220 in paint that’s only one paint job the stone white cost a lot for that color.Why dont you market these. I'm sure there will people who want these especially me!!!