My first install

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  1. sinbon1

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    took me about 30 hours to do everything over the course of a few days. i think it came out rpetty well got lazy at the end and have some wires to put under carpeting still (the yellow wires.) Please post opinions. sub is an e15a components are the dei viper 650.2. amps are brutus BX1000D and DEI Viper 400.2.


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  2. GlocksRock

    GlocksRock Glock > You

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    Very nice, I just installled my 15A yesterday, I hate having to break it in, I just want to turn it up and see what it can really do, but I shall wait.

    What size box is yours in?
     
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    somewhere around 3.2-3.5ft cubed. its tuned to 32hz and definatley hits good :) im very happy with it
     
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    Kerpal handlobraes

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    :eek: that's a big mean looking sub...
     
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    Anders 7 I aim to misbehave OT Supporter

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    does you car make it up hills with that thing in the back.? :)
     
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    Looks good to me :cool:
     
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    hahah yea it does, and it happens to make my weight dirsto alot closer to 50/50 (stock is 45/55) but like i care about extreme handlobraesing...
     
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    Where is the port on the box? Is it on the side?
     
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    You have no idea. It is heavy as hell too.

    I really like the woven tinsel leads, they are woven into the spider, it looks really coo. I should have taken a pic of it, but I didn't, sorry.

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    Sorry about the huge pics.
     
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    port facing inside due to the fact facing it towards the hatch was same volume but more rattles. no matter what i do i have cancelation so might as well have it facing away from hatch... thought the "CRX-box" design would work (port facing trunk) but really does no good...
     

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