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VG to VS ute Subwoofer enclosure with measurements

Vg-ute-mad

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hey mate i like your design... thinking of using it... but i have a pioneer 12" and the diameter is 327mm (16mm bigger than the fusion one), and the depth is 164mm (36.5mm deeper than fusion). As i cant really see how close the magnet is to the side of the box, do you think this sub will fit? if not, do you have any suggestions to make it fit? such as changing the angle, etc. thanks in advance for your help.
Let me have a look tomorrow at the enclosure and I will get back to you! :)
 

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thanks man that would be a great help.
 

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thanks man that would be a great help.
Ok, if you make up another 18mm MDF ring for a spacer, it will give you a mounting depth of 170mm. I hope that helps you :)
 

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with this design, only problem i see is the firewall holes bein open, i had the covers off once after fidling, and its bad on a hot day as realy hot air comes in from under the car, and number 2, the fuel smell aint real good at times either, id go for similar design, but with a glass mould of maximum size, with an enclosed 10" like a bandpass box i think they call it, a box in a box, and vent the box infront of the sub sealed against those holes, anyone tried this idea?
 

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Mines a sealed box with 12 inch pioneer slimline ported straight into the cab works awsome fiddling with ideas to put another 1400w pioneer slimline next to the other one in there.
 

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Mines a sealed box with 12 inch pioneer slimline ported straight into the cab works awsome fiddling with ideas to put another 1400w pioneer slimline next to the other one in there.

Oh cool! do you have any build pics or specs?
 

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how do you hold the enclosure down?, or once its in there is it so tight it doesn't move around?
Also what do you mean by make sure your sub is suited to a 31lt enclosure?

How do i know what sub is suited?
 

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hay man i built the box yesterday and it fits sweet havent got sub for it but the plans were real good and it made it so easy
 

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Hay great idea

hey yeah great idea i like it when i first saw the box, i am like i gotta do that lol, i finished it like 2 weeks ago and it sounds awesome i put a 12" Cadence sub in it but i used 16mm MDF and it works fine doesn't split .......cheers for the idea
 
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