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It's a early 90's 2-door Acura Integra hatchback,walling it with two Team FI 18's on 9-10k amp. I'm shooting for a driver's side port and here are the measurement's,51" wide x 34" depth x 29" height. The floor has a step up at 20" and goes up 4",then back the 14". Because of the step up and wheel well,I'd have to curve the port to get a tunning of around 32 hz,or is there another way of doing it,but still having a driver's side port? My goal is tunning around 32 hz but can someone help me with the correct design,thank's.
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build the port as long as you can before the bump will effect the port.
then if you want lower tuning build a block to just plug some of the port.
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Ok,so keep the port straight without any bends?
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Yeah
I assume you want driver side port for the meter?

Then the bump up in tuning will also help a lot
Then plug for daily or demos
If you even need it
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yes and to play low,hopefully do some hair trick's. Or should I change the port location?
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I would keep it
You will most likely be fine with the higher tuning
Walls kill lows


In a good way

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Surely you dont have 29in height front to back 34in deep, take away the 4in bump up. You have 25in height going all the way back 34inches? It must slope down going back surely being a hatch? Surely thats just baffle measurements.
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Yes,you're correct. So,with those measurement's and I do a 8" wide port x 12" long,would that work? Would it still play low?
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what is your internal volume?
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just rough guess you should be tuned around 35 with that port
should be loud
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