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I am working on a little design for behind the rear seat of a 1997 Crew cab F350. I was hoping to get two RSS265 HO subs in a ported enclosure but it seems I am going have to find a touch more cubs before I can make it happen. Right now I am sitting at .6 cuft per sub with 4x4.5" port 30" long for tuning of between 33/34 hz. I can add more cubes but i sure would like to keep the enclosure compact so as to have room for mounting these huge diamond audio amps on the front of the enclosure.
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I am working on a little design for behind the rear seat of a 1997 Crew cab F350. I was hoping to get two RSS265 HO subs in a ported enclosure but it seems I am going have to find a touch more cubs before I can make it happen. Right now I am sitting at .6 cuft per sub with 4x4.5" port 30" long for tuning of between 33/34 hz. I can add more cubes but i sure would like to keep the enclosure compact so as to have room for mounting these huge diamond audio amps on the front of the enclosure.
Man that's pretty cool. I like how you did the port. Yeah I really hope to do something cool like this for a single HO 10 in my Tacoma. I'm told venting the RSS265 4ohm really makes a difference. That's my hopes. I ran it sealed for a while before swapping and wasn't terribly impressed, though it did have great SQ.. Then again, I should keep in mind the brief period I ran it, I was completely ignorant to phase tuning so I should re-test. Running an SD-3 10 beast now sealed in about .85cf which has awesome output and great SQ but I should play with the dayton in there again and do some tuning now I've acquired some skills.

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