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#1 Old 09-21-2010, 02:04 PM
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sub box recomendations

Anyone have to websites or sub boxes that fit nice in a first gen xb? 12's or tens doesnt matter. Looking for a box with at least 2 subs.
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Re: sub box recomendations

i actually managed to take an old box from my father in laws mustang. fits perfect in the back. i put legs on it and converted it into a downfiring, and my box sounds amazing.
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Re: sub box recomendations

custom always fits better. just build one yourself. measure twice and cut once.

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Re: sub box recomendations

i have a box with 2 12"s that i built. pounds but i made a second box for 3 10"s. Definately custom is better and cheaper. Figure out what subs you want and go from there.
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Re: sub box recomendations

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i actually managed to take an old box from my father in laws mustang. fits perfect in the back. i put legs on it and converted it into a downfiring, and my box sounds amazing.
Would love to see pics if you still have the box (car) and box (subwoofer) LOL
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Re: sub box recomendations

I just got my box (car) and am just seeing what others are doing for audio b4 I decide what to do in mine.
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Re: sub box recomendations

Just got my box also! going to build my own under seat box with with a cheap JL 10W1 in it. Pushing approx 375 watts to it, should kick butt considering it'll be 3ft from my head!
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Re: sub box recomendations

I have Arc 10s and might make some. Ill add something in back later on. I am gonna raise the front of the seats an inch or so to make a nicer sitting angle, also will help box(s) fit better.
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Re: sub box recomendations

I would go with a custom made box.. The Xbs have a ton of space in back behind the rear seat to fit just about any practical setup that you would want to put in there..

There are a TON of sites that will help you give you specs and give you a play by play on how to build it what type of wood to use etc.. I would pick out the woofers you want then do some research on the best specs for that specific woofer and then either build one or have one built for your specific setup.

I see you are located in the LA area. My fabricator lives in Westminister CA.. If you are interested in having him build you a custom box PM and I will give you his contact information.. He builds fully custom SEMA and CES vehicles every year..


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Re: sub box recomendations

i found it was easier to build my own box completely from scratch to fit better in the back
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