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Looking for experienced help so I came here lol

Anyways 04 sierra sle 1500 got kids so I need to do under rear seat but what's gonna give me the best/ loudest sound... Looking for best port direction really thinking subs facing forward will sound best but really don't know... Cannot and do not want to go pre fab so help a fella out

Also if you know someone that does amazing customs and can show off their work I'm interested in getting one built so yea
 

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u wanna hit 50s with this setup?
 

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haha im still waiting to see the 146 you hit in your taco on a single 10 and a prefab box

you cant hide from me
 

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Seriously now all jokes aside that was unrealistic and everyone ran with that shit

The tacos legit end of story on that and I will post results from next comp I go to... So put on your depends for that cause that shits real

Now can I get some serious advice for this build fellas
 

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1.5cubes net, with 28" of port

you will need to lift the seat quite a bit
 

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the back sits inside hooks. it will slide. But if you lift it to high the hooks wont hold
 

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Is this something I'm gonna have to custom build or are their seat lifts available on the market..

And if I'm gonna have to lift it couldn't I go larger than 1.5?
 

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I've removed the seat several times I just figured the slot hooks would hinder the ability to lift it for a larger enclosure
 

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yes you need to nake a bracket. i think 2" is max for the hooks to work. there is a guy on here that already did what you want. Just need to look for the build
 

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Well I'm in luck I have machinists in my family hopefully I can talk one of them into building me a custom bracket...

Do you recall the build?
 

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you dont need a machinist. You need a little imagination, and some nuts and bolts
 

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That's kinda what I had in mind the c channel but with steel in case the kids get fat on us lol... But with my family I could design a pattern and have it cut out of the c channel via precision cnc... Maybe run some colored led to back lite the cutout eh now that sounds a little creative
 

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It's basicslly like a the flared end of an aero port.
 

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So the port length would stop where the kerf begins... And would allow air to flow more freely right
 

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So the port length would stop where the kerf begins... And would allow air to flow more freely right
Im kind of wondering the same thing. I was told that kerfing makes a very minimal difference in output its mainly for getting a couple extra tenths of a decibel when competing.
 
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