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Old 08-10-2012, 07:51 PM
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I have a 1998 monte carlo im walling off, i want daily tuned to 25-28hz and would like a port plug or something to raise my tuning as high as i can for spl

here are the specs of the max size i can have, it will be 48'' wide front and back, depth on bottom from front to back is 20'', height on front is 33'', back is 31'' tall, so its angled from front to back like a car lol, so the top depth (the angled piece) is 30'' and it will be 4-15'' sundown sa's off a dc 3.5k

i will pay someone to do like a 3d design and port design, i will build it, and wanna do it asap! I got it all tore apart, just waiting for some help for a PRO box designer
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You're dimensions are a little confusing. I understand the front height of the box is higher than the back height cos the roof slopes, but what is the top piece? And only 20" deep? Kind small even for the back of a coupe.

Will it be completely rectangular or is there an angled panel that follows the window angle?
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Well to be like my car, a is the front, b would be the bottom, d would be angled back against the back seat, and c would angle down a little to meet d in the back
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Is it bad to have it like that? That's exactly what I need the shape to be, it gaine like 3-4 cubes over just a square box, any other design I can do? I can do any style if box, doesn't need to be just a wall
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Nothing wrong with doing that, it's just the slope on the roof an back don't allow for a port to follow them very easily. It will complicate the build process but you're gonna need all the room you can get. I figured you'll be able to do a 16x11 176sqin port tuned to 30hz and just scrape 12cuft after sub, port and bracing displacements.

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Is there any other port style I can use? Like a port in the center that I can change to tune it higher? Or can I only do a slot port style?
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You could do any shape or style you want, but anything over 176sqin is going to drop the net volume below 12cuft or 3cuft per 15. Removable probably isn't going to be possible because of the shallow depth, the port will have to split at the back into 2 lengths.

It might be possible if you were to do the port on one side, with a 25x7x30 175sqin L shape 30hz tune for daily and say 25x11x12 275sqin straight 45hz tune for SPL.
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The other thing, using 1.5" thick walls all round, you'll only have 12-13"w maximum for a port. 48" 2 15.5"w subs = 31", 3" wall thickness = 34". Plus the wall thickness of the port will add a bit but offsetting the cutout diameters so they are touching the edges of the walls will allow about 12-13".
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A side port sounds alright, but your saying I should just make it a 25hz monster and not do the spl port? Cause I can't fit it? I really need a design made lol
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