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Old 12-23-2014, 11:19 AM
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Default Jeep Cherokee WALL rebuild, 6 12s 4:1 4th order 25000w~

Heres my old thread.

Jeep Cherokee nowall build, 8 SA 12s

Its gotten kinda cluttered so I'm starting a new one. First build in this Jeep was 8 SA 12s on 2 Ampere 3800s, then 4 3800s, then 8 Zv3 12s. Nowall. Was doing 57s+ sealed and on music and a 54~ @ 28hz so very musical. Had some freak voltage spike one day in the rain and it took out my volt meter and 2 3800s. I got upset and pulled everything out, sold all my old batts and decided to rebuild. This time go big, and wall it.

New plan is 6 custom Zv4 12s on 6 Ampere 3800s on 14 D1400s. I have added a 3rd alt, a Chevy Ad244 160A to run the car, and my other 2 Singer 270 hairpins will be charging the D1400s. The zv4s are built with SPL cones/surrounds, SPL spiders and NSv2 coils. Their t/s specs are closer to that of NSv2 12s because of this.

Heres the subs.




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Old 12-23-2014, 11:24 AM
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I know you have a lot more pictures than this
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Old 12-23-2014, 11:34 AM
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Heres where I'm at.




Had to plate the b-pillars because they were splitting. Passenger side in particular was almost broken completely through..






Old roof.. another reason I pulled everything out. It was ripped in NUMEROUS places and leaking BAD.


















Custom rad hose to go around new alt




Roof!


Vibraflex! 3 layers.




Floor modification...




Mockup


Other side


Recovered headliner and visors (again)






Buss bars


False floor over batts






Box supplies!


9 sheets of Arauco cabinet grade plywood


Gluing and screwing together sheets to double them up


4 layer baffle


Glued and screwed together and doubled up dividers/braces added for sealed section


Back, bottom and side screwed together. Baffle just sitting there for now.


Bolts welded to pieces of metal and stuck through box for studs.




Took what felt like all day but all studs mounted and holes drilled for subs
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Correct you are ^^^

Beat me to it. Took a while to make that post haha. I would have more but I tend to forget to take pictures while working..
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Looking good man cant wait to see it finished.
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Working on the port now... alot harder to cut 6" pvc longways and miter it than I thought it would be...
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What did you use for those studs? I've been thinking about doing that in my next build because I'm weak as sh1t, lol.
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What did you use for those studs? I've been thinking about doing that in my next build because I'm weak as sh1t, lol.
Lol. Its a piece of 1/8" flat bar with a hole drilled through it and a 4" bolt running through it (3" baffle) and welded to it. Then 2 more holes to mount it with screws, and I used glue too which is probably overkill and I may regret someday.....








Miters arent perfect but its more than good enough for testing when the time comes. I was later told by Jared (think JEEF) that flat wall 4ths tend to load better with a tall rectangle port, not a square... so may swap to that later depending on how this does.

Spent like 3 hours today doing body filler in parts of the box and sanding. Mostly because the braces I made for the ported section I welded up inside the box, and the splatter burned into the wood a little and made tiny little pits.. oops. They should be fixed now, and I have a little more sanding to do and it should be ready for paint and maybe caulk beforehand in the seams where I cant sand very well.

I think I'm going to paint the box without the top on, then paint the top, assemble, and clearcoat. Not sure.
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