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ok so one thing i cant figure out is i need to go from a round port to a slotted port how would i figure this out? My port is 3'' in diameter and 14.5'' deep


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[quote=-Torres-;172109]looks good except the port area is a little low. still might work ok for you tho

I finally got it all in and it is loud as hell!!! I need to put some of my fatmat on the roof so it doesnt rattle so much! Hits the lows pretty good too...i am happy with it


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ok so one thing i cant figure out is i need to go from a round port to a slotted port how would i figure this out? My port is 3'' in diameter and 14.5'' deep
so you're going to change your port from an aero port to a slot port? just put in the dimensions of your box and use the top two boxes for the length and width of the port, then the length as normal. and dont forget to put in the number of sides the port shares with the box.

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looks good except the port area is a little low. still might work ok for you tho

I finally got it all in and it is loud as hell!!! I need to put some of my fatmat on the roof so it doesnt rattle so much! Hits the lows pretty good too...i am happy with it
awesome!


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i built the center console box for my re se 10 with this calculator and it slams very impressed with it even only on a 300 watt amp
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hell yeah! glad it worked out for ya


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also building one from this program for a re se 12 for an 2007 mustang with a rockford amp so i will report back later but great work all my friends are shocked.!!!!!
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hey torres i have a question the box im building uses 3 sides for the port the port length is 19.25 the the box depth is only 13.5 so my question is that since its an L port that ia 1.5" wide which side of the port do i make 18.25 the side i cut or use the sides of the box? the cut out sheet says port length is 17"

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