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By Kimberlee Padgett
What's up all
I have a Fi Q12 that needs to be recone. I read you can use a different brand recone kit as long as specs are right?
Or Is it better to use a Fi recone kit made for the Q12 from Fi or does another companies recone kit work just as well? I've never reconed a sub before and as long as the same specs are used to recone the sub everything remainds the same (rms power handling enclosure sizes ect.)?
Appreciate any feedback thanks
I went with direct leads because the push terminals broke off & it was dangling! So I took both off. This XCon is the first generation, it is just under 5 years old. It was reconed before about 2 years ago, and just started using it. it was a bad recone job lucky I ordered 2 recone kits, Dustcap came lose first day out & it was flapping. spider came completely off later. I wanted the job done right, So I did it myself. I think I did it right. I'm proud to say I am no longer a Recone Virgin.
Item for sale: PSI Platform 3 motor and basket
Description directly from PSI:
The Platform 3 series is a massive subwoofer, designed for massive amounts of output! The standard version of the Platform 3 is geared towards very loud, but still very musical systems. It is designed to deliver everything from low octave, window flexing bass to throat tickling upper range bass frequencies. These subs deliver very good sound at very high SPL levels!
Power Handling Ratings:
Standard RMS Power Handling - 2500 watts
Hi Performance RMS Power Handling - 3000 watts
Peak Power Handling - 6000 watts
SPL Burp Power - 8000
I have original 8 spoke aluminum cast basket without terminals, or I can include a 12 spoke aluminum.
Recones can be obtained from PSI's site or car audio classifieds. I was quoted 165 shipped with direct leads, sewn lead wires, CF cap, an glue included.
Price: 200 plus shipping anywhere in continental US States or Best Offer.
Shipping: US only. Will be properly packed and insured. Coil gap is already stuffed with shop towels to prevent pole shifting.
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