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Old 02-21-2012, 11:13 AM   #71
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I'm in the process of building a fiberglass box into the passenger side well in the trunk. I won't lose trunk space and can get to my spare.
That'll be nice. How long will it be before its done?
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I don't know. I've been busy with school full time, and I like to spend time with my wife and kids. I may get it done in a few weeks, just depends when I have the motivation. I have the bottom molded to the car already, just need to get the ring on and fabric, and a few more layers of fiberglass.
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Old 02-21-2012, 11:51 AM   #73
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I don't know. I've been busy with school full time, and I like to spend time with my wife and kids. I may get it done in a few weeks, just depends when I have the motivation. I have the bottom molded to the car already, just need to get the ring on and fabric, and a few more layers of fiberglass.
What subs r u gonna put n there?
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I was going to put my rockfod p3 or a 15 inch cvr, but decided on one 15" alpine type r
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I'm in the process of building a fiberglass box into the passenger side well in the trunk. I won't lose trunk space and can get to my spare.
I wish people sold that..... haha
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Old 02-21-2012, 01:31 PM   #76
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I was going to put my rockfod p3 or a 15 inch cvr, but decided on one 15" alpine type r
I had 2 12 type r n mine for a while. They sounded real good then i went to 2 w7s that was a lil to much right behind my head lol. Now i got 2 mtx 7500s with a mtx rt1000d 1000rms amp.
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I wish people sold that..... haha
I thought about building a few and selling them, but its a pita and I just don't have the time. Would be great if I did....
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I thought about building a few and selling them, but its a pita and I just don't have the time. Would be great if I did....
I've always wanted to learn how to fiberglass. Ain't got the time though
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Its simple, just time consuming. I layed down some masking tape and tin foil in the wheel well to get the shape I wanted. Mix the resin and dip the fibergoass matting in it and lay it down. Stretch fabric over the frame, coat in resin and let it harden. Then layer more fiberglass and resin. Then bondo and sanding, lots of sanding.
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Its simple, just time consuming. I layed down some masking tape and tin foil in the wheel well to get the shape I wanted. Mix the resin and dip the fibergoass matting in it and lay it down. Stretch fabric over the frame, coat in resin and let it harden. Then layer more fiberglass and resin. Then bondo and sanding, lots of sanding.
Goods easy but something tells me its not that simple lol
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Just about, you'd be surprised after you tried. Start with something small and you'll get the hang of it pretty quickly. Sub boxes are pretty easy. I've done a few sets of doors (guys wanted multiple 6 1/2" speakers in each) and that's not so much fun....
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Just about, you'd be surprised after you tried. Start with something small and you'll get the hang of it pretty quickly. Sub boxes are pretty easy. I've done a few sets of doors (guys wanted multiple 6 1/2" speakers in each) and that's not so much fun....
Id like to make one for the stang and one for the wifes 07 300c with the hemi. Id like it to take the place of the box i got now. Its n the backseat. Was a rear seat delete kit made into a box.

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Here is box and amp setup I did
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Nice and clean install, that's the way to do it.
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Here is box and amp setup I did
That's a nice setup

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I had a box like that n there but it wasn't as fancy as urs
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