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Found 6 results

  1. Subwoofer Stokes

    12" PVC Aero Swap

    Wassup guys I'm doing a port swap in the next few days and trying to get opinions/suggestions. I have a box 39.5h x 41.5w x 13.5" d (outer dimensions) with a port 12h x 10w x 40" l which gives me 6.8 cubes tuned at 31hz with 17.75 port per cube. It's just not giving me as much pressure I want on lows. The new port is 12" o.d. Pvc (11.5" I.d.) x 36" l with 2-4" external. This will give me about 8 cubes tuned at 29 with 14.25 p.p.c. I don't have anything to lose, and I'm not building a new box until I design a 6th. So what are your thoughts on what I have now?
  2. Now days the new Fi Q's are rated for 1500 RMS stock, 1700-1900 RMS with cooling while the AA Havoc is rated for 1250. In searching older reviews and comparisons I have read that for the most part the Havoc plays better down low but I don't know if it will handle the 1800-1900 watts RMS daily the Crescendo BC3500D will be giving it. I would like for the enclosure to be 5.0 net cubes tuned to a medium of 31 Hz either way and I prefer lower end deep and ground-pounding bass in the 28-36hz range more than anything. I want to flex my car to bitts and pieces and "feel" the music more than merely hear it. I want to violently shake everything and make it feel as though my car is falling apart on the lows. My only other consideration would be a Fi Bl but I am afraid it will be lacking on the lows for me as I mainly listen to chopped and screwed music and decaf down low (27-34hz)
  3. cloud77

    FS: Fi Q 15" Dual 2

    Item for Sale: Fi Q 15" Dual 2 Ohm; Pre-09 Motor structure with newer recone Specs: 1000 RMS, with new recone should be more. Sewn Leads, Extra Spiders, White DC, Copper Coil Description: Have had this sub for a while in my girl's car on 700 watts. Always ran this woofer in a 2.5 cu. Ft sealed enclosure. Great Sounding Sub. The recone in it is about 2 years old, but suspension is still holding strong and woofer is still in great condition. Nothing to hide here, pen marker not even burned off of coil as of yet. Sad to see this go, but trying to fund for an alt and buy my girl a 12 or 10" woofer for her new car. Coils still read 1.6 on both sides. Never abused. Price: 175$ shipped and insured to CONUS Pics:
  4. goodlife26

    Fi Q 18s Walled Alero on Budget

    Pretty straight forward. Has completed just posting for a reference. Also this is my first wall build so its far from perfect
  5. cloud77

    Re XXX v3 motor

    I've acquired an RE xxx v3 with the xbl^2 technology I think its a 2005 version. I have just ordered a recone from Fi along with a 15" 12 spoke basket to get some work done in the trunk. I was thinking of putting this 15" driver into a 3.23 cu ft sealed enclosure. but I'm open to ported, displacement on this thing is like .23 cu ft. I am running a mmats d300hc (no subsonic, eq, boost, exc.) and it pushed an Fi Q to the max. in my previous setup. I do not doubt its power and capabilities of the amps control for this set up. I am very impressed with the Qs ability to get loud while sounding oh so sexay both sealed and ported. Has anyone ran these drirvers in the past and want to share? Car is a 2004 pontiac gp, haven't felt the need to sound proof, so I don't feel the need to increase power as of yet. I also have a mmats d2000.1 that I am not using in this setup. I will try and post a build log to an extent but can anyone input on a recomended enclosure size for this driver, maybe use polyfill on this sealed enclosure?
  6. 4Q15D1

    1996 honda civic coupe

    just finished installing system, nothing to exiciting, 2 soundstream rubicon rub1000-2 for mids and high speakers crunch gp3000.1 pro amp for subwoofers 2 fi Q 15 inch subwoofers in sealed box, 2.6 c.f. each, box made from 1 1/8 inch plywood, 2x4 bracing inside box infinty perfect 6.1 mids and Dayton audio rs28f-4 tweeters alpine cda-117 cd player and pxa-h100 didnt have much time to listen to it, but sounds really good, only problem is that the subwoofers are only about 3 inches from the back of the front seats, pulled the back seat out and built an amp rack, then screwed the amp rack to the trunck opening, built a subwoofer floor had to add 1x1 pieces of wood so the floor would not pinch any wires, then screwed floor to the cars floor, havent secured the subwoofer box yet, im going to try subs facing foward or facing up to see which way sounds the best, the infinity mids are in stock location, tweeters are just screwed to the doorpanels, lol look like crap, it will work for now, i have a set of focal 260v3 speakers that im planing on installing after i fiberglass the doorpanels, these come with 10 inch midbass, 5 inch mids, and 3 inch tweeters, it should be a tight fit. d3100 battery in trunk, 0 guage power and ground wires, thats about it, here is a couple pictures, thanks for looking............. Brian