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      09-17-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Wtb: custom sub box enclosure - e92

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Looking for a custom sub enclosure for a 10 or 12'Looking for something very simple, clean, and subtle. PM what you got. (pictures, and price)

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You da man!! Thanks! Still open to other offers!
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do you have this box? if so, 1) Hows the fitment and 2) if you need access to your battery how would you get to it?

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do you have this box? if so, 1) Hows the fitment and 2) if you need access to your battery how would you get to it?

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Fitment is pretty good
You just have to put some Velcro on the back to hold on to the carpet of the battery cover. It's shape holds it into the plastic part of the battery cover.

It's pretty easy to take it out. Back when I had this, I had the wire going to the sub with a plug, so when you need to take it out, you just unplug it and move it out.
I had a JL Audio 10W3V3 2 ohm sub, powered by a JL Audio XD600/1 mounted underneath the trunk carpet, sounded damn good
I first sprayed the inside of the box with 2 cans of plastidip. That makes it air tight, and also dampens some of the vibrations. Then I filled it with poly fill.
Sounded damn tight.

If you search for my username, there is a thread I had pictures of this installed.
Along with the plug I used. It was taken from a UPS device
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PM me your mobile # and I will text you pictures of my setup. It's built to be modular, i.e. all connections have quick disconnect. Box takes up minimal space in the trunk and built to spec for 2x JL Audio 10w6v3 subs with a JL HD750/1 amp. Integrated using Technic's PnP harness and LC2i.

I'm considering selling the whole setup if you're interested. Located in Dallas.
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That WickedCAS enclosure is a tad big for the 10w3 so I would not use Polyfill. Instead, the box volume could be reduced by .1 ft3 to give the sub what it wants. For the W6 however it is perfect, and Polyfill won't hurt. The W6 would sound very tame and blend effortlessly with the front stage. The W3 will sound louder and more in your face than the W6.
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I will also add that for me the 10W6v2 was just not loud enough for my taste, and I am not a bass head either.
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