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j-roadtatts

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About j-roadtatts

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  • Birthday 10/27/1987

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  • Location the wild west

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  1. Danm bro, your work looks top notch!! Always cool to see pics of the build process. Thanks for posting.
  2. Danm dude, Would think you are in Colorado If I didnt know better. Pine tree covered mountains and rocks everywhere. Thanks for posting the pics!!
  3. Hell YA!! I have been on a eltro kick myself, oh and eltro swing. Mucho good brass.
  4. G-easy is playing also.
  5. Honestly hadn't heard of them until you posted, which I dug also. I laughed when the daughter asked for tickets later that day, bc I could say I had jammed them.
  6. The Chainsmokers are playing at the X-games this year. Should be a worthy show.
  7. Looks like a blast! Cant go wrong with the track being in the middle of town either.
  8. I would be happy with it, if thats what your asking. With the transfer function of the car you should be right on point, and the sub should blend well with the mids. Youre gaining 6db output in the sweet spot, WITHOUT needing any additional power. Whats not to like about that?
  9. You could shift the port tuning a few hz and see what happens to the peak. Maybe give 30hz and 35hz a try. Beyond that, I honestly think your graph looks pretty good. One of the goals with a ported enclosure is to gain output in the intended bandwidth, which your design is clearly doing. If you want a smooth response, perhaps model sealed.
  10. Change the surface area of the port (port size) when modeling and see if it helps the peak.
  11. You're a good man R2.
  12. Don't know If I could do the white seats though. LOL
  13. Score! bonus on the stereo not sucking!!
  14. The Cayenne has always looked like it would be fun. Maybe it's the horsepower rating that gives me hard on.
  15. I spy a Karmann Ghia.