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Box help needed before regionals

Old 03-01-2011, 06:16 PM
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Box help needed before regionals

Hello from south of the border...

I plan on hitting regionals in OH and need a little help. Since time is very short
(based on family obligations and work schedules) I don't have the luxury to build and test boxes in my car. I basically have approx 6 hrs available to install all the gear in my car - Period. *Sigh* The things we do for our hobby.

My car is a 05 dodge grand caravan sxt with stow and go seating.
The plan is to do 1-12" or 2-10" subs (street A).
Amp power is limited approx 900-1200w rms.
Trying to get the most with least. As a bonus I have to REMOVE all the gear from the car when regionals are over

Any ideas or suggestions?

Thanks in advance
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:27 PM
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street setup for that car your probably looking at a nice big slot port for the best result if you do one sub you can probably get more out of the amp run at 1 ohm
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Old 03-05-2011, 06:03 PM
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buy my sub :P lmao mach 5 audio spl 12 in a spl built box already XD lol
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