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2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

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Slow build, but wanted to get a build log going.

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Enclosure designed and built by a local builder.

3.81 @ 31hz before sub

3.6 @ 32 hz after sub (15" SP4)

 

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I have more pictures but they are all over 5mb, which I notice wont upload. 

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I dont have the subwoofer yet, enclosure was spur of the moment and Im very happy with the outcome. I still have the US Acoustics Mike amplifier for sub duty till I purchase a bigger amplifier later next year. 

Front Stage amplifier is undecided. I have (4) SSA 6.5" Evil mids and (2) SB Acoustic SB29RDCN-C000-4 tweeters in hand, just needs to be installed. 

All wiring is in hand, alternator still undecided, batteries need to be purchased as well. Tint is another thing on the to do list. 

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All main power and ground wires are 2/0 welding cable, wire for amps are 4gauge knu wire. Sub amplifier wires will get upgraded when more power is purchased later down the road. Im undecided on keeping the factory radio or installing a new bezel and buying a double din h/u or 80prs. 

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Front Stage speakers

 

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8 hours ago, Simmy said:

Nice looking box. Good luck with the rest of the build. Looking forward to updates. 

Thanks man

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Woah, some sexy signed mids!

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Ground wire and distribution block for rear area, sanded down to metal and covered in plasti dip

 

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That rounded box is beautiful !

My box builder tried that on my last box, but only on the length, not on the sides like yours. That is a great idea for my next box, someday.

Good luck for the build.

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13 hours ago, Notorious97200 said:

That rounded box is beautiful !

My box builder tried that on my last box, but only on the length, not on the sides like yours. That is a great idea for my next box, someday.

Good luck for the build.

Yeah man I was totally shocked with the box design, I thought it was going to be a normal rectangle enclosure. 

 

Thanks man

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