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i am putting 2 12in rf p3s dvc in here with a p1000bd pushing them. i really want to build this box myself just to say i done it but im not sure how big it should it be. i know that for a single sub and enclosure i need 1.79 cube and the port would be 4 x 10(per the owners manual) so do i just double that (which seems obvious) or is there some other formula for the 2.

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Are you wanting a slot port or are you wanting an aero(circular) port?

Subs up, port back.

There are a lot of people on here who can give you a box design for those woofers if you're willing to pay a few dollars for it, but thats' up to you. I can do it and so can 1,000 other people on the site

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Shouldnt be too bad. Where are you wanting to tune it at?
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There's not an over abundant amount of space in the hatch of a TC. 3-3.5 should be do-able though. You will probably have to put subs up if you are running 12's. I don't think you could fit them facing the rear if you want to have a chance at clearing the hatch.
My stepson has one of these, we just finished his stuff a month ago or so.
I think you can get about 30-32" wide, +/-26" deep and prob a max of 12" tall. More if you are closer to the back of the seat. Any higher than that and you cant use the hatch cover.
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i was thinking around 40 but im not sure. i really dont know what all of this means. i have been trying to read all of these forums and figure it out but not having much luck.
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Tuning lower means you're generally not going to be as loud on the meter, but it will handle the lower notes in songs better. With a ported box you have a "roll off" which means under tuning your output is going to gradually decrease.

If you want it to play music very well, somewhere around 32-35hz would be fine. If you want it to meter louder and half ass pick up lower notes(and yes, it'd still sound fine on music) tune around 38-40hz. Just my personal opinion though, some might disagree.
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so 32-35hz is what im wanting then. thanks for dumbing it down so i get it. but that s what i needed. and i did use there correctly earlier.
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