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Old 06-03-2006, 03:00 AM
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6x9 enclousures, its a quicke

when i made my sealed box for my 12 inch sub i layed silicon on all the edges on the inside

should I do the same for a 6x9 enclousre

im not going for intense sq, just something that works

basically my two type r's wont go back in my trunk all the way because teh 6x9's hang down and stop it
so im moving them up on top by my rear window and bolting them down

so yea im not looking for intense sound but will there be a major difference between just screwing/gluing with no silicone, or with silicon

if its a noticble difference i will but i dont think it will matter, not like the 6x9 is pushin pressure a ton

but yea im sure i made this too long for what it is but thank you

hopefully i'll have cleaner mid bass now
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Old 06-03-2006, 04:44 AM
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take the 2 minutes and do it so you dont find a problem and have to do it again
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Old 06-03-2006, 09:08 AM
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true, but last time I did it i had to wait like 36 hours for the smell and fumes to go away, something like its bad for a speaker?
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