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Blowntweeters 
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heres the deal . went to a comp today took 2nd in my class stock 0 to 600 .i hit 138.5 on a termlab..broke out andd hit 138.8. but what 1st place hit. 147.1 . with less power and less cone surface. my box is the problem dual 15" sealed and small . 1990 toyota celica. trunk i can fit 36"x16"x16" i have for the set up is 2 rf p1's punch 6002  . so if any one can help me out on what to build with the given space.
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my guess for a celica....

small box.... subs up... 2 4" aero ports facing rear... and u havent mentioned your amp yet i dont think....

my the box as small as possible... a "CRX" box.

you will have to play with it from there.... i have never personally played with a celica.

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single 8 ohm subs amp RFpunch 6002 tested  power  4 ohms bridged 756 watts RMS . rated 600 RMS i wanna be able  to run stock o to 600 and the lowest trunk class i am already planning on cuting some sheetmetal for more clerance for the box. i will find out what i have for box size. by next week.after i get cutting.  and thanx for the help
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something to try.    Box with sub up port up with it all the way at the back of the trunk.    On low power you will actually be better with a larger box.   Try something around 4 cuft firing the way I described.     If you send me the exact sub model numbers I might be able to plot something up.
I am currently running trunk 0-1000 and plan to move to trunk 1001+ soon.   I am getting ready for our regional event where I will only be running one of my amps so I can run both trunk 0-1000 and 0-600 stock.   I will say this though.   I will be louder then my WR in trunk 0-1000 which is a 154.0   box for most spl - Last Post -- posted image.
2009 0-1000 Trunk WR 154.0DB 2009 1001+ Trunk WR
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