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Old 09-12-2007, 01:08 PM
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To Wall, Or Not To Wall?

Hey guys,
Alright i just got my 1988 mazda b-2200 on the road and trying to get a plan together for the winter season. so fr im planning 2 300 amp alternators, plus the stock, 5 runs of positive and 5 runs of negative 0 awg wire, dynamat the whole truck, 4 red top batteries, 2 hifonics collosus II amps(only have one, looking for a second...

Now my main issue is what i should to for my sub setup, i was thinking 4 18 Fi Btls in a wall, or maybe 10 10s in a wall... im just curious tho, how good is a wall for dail listening? i love hiting the low 30-25hz songs while cruising, but i also dont mind a good number on the mic.

i just need some opinions on the best way to do a wall, and if its even the right way to go...

pivcs wouldnt hurt either,
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Travis
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Old 09-12-2007, 03:47 PM
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I say save your money, do a nice system and invest in real estate...PM me, I'll help you find some properties!
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Old 09-13-2007, 01:35 AM
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not the answer i was looking for, but ill think bout it
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Old 09-13-2007, 09:26 AM
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a wall can be used in daily driving, Ask Ray about this...His system HURTS as a daily driver and is in the mid 50's on the mic with 2 15s!!!
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Old 09-13-2007, 09:40 AM
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one of our team members has 6 12's memphis in a wall on 2 amps in his mazda truck and it only does 144 but people are very impressed with it he also has 2 alts and 6 batteries in the back of the truck and 3 sets of components
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Old 09-14-2007, 01:40 AM
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so your saying i should port it right?tube or slot? what kind of tuning?
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Old 09-14-2007, 03:10 AM
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5 and 5 of 0 gauge?!
dual 300 amp alts?!
slight overkill unless your goal is over 15000 watts

I got one client rollin round pullin over 140 with 1 500 watt zapco amp and two 16's on stock charging
And another that used to have 4 JBL 18's with two 1000W ppi's burpin mid 150's (this one was a b2200) stock charging but dual deep cycles and isolator

the first one is sealed the latter was ported and had it in his canopy
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Old 09-18-2007, 09:49 AM
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hahahaha, alright man, how does 2 runs of 1/0 pos and 2 runs of neg.... with a rebuilt stockalt putting around 100amp... 2 batteries(redtops) on top of my main, isolated.??

ok i have another question guys, should i do 2 18s ported? or 6 12s sealed? just curious... im useing 3200wrms....
Thanx guys
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change of plans, im keeping my 15 RE HCs and walling them,.... can anyone tel me wat i should do for tuning?
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