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soundnsecurity 
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whats going on everybody, in just a few days i will be starting on a serious SPL vehicle build. the truck is a 06 ford F-250 with a linex'd interior. i will be installing 4 MT 18's on 4 soundstream XXX4000D's( one per sub). right now im waiting to order some dynamat so i can do the whole truck.
i was wondering if anyone had any experience with these subs or any suggestions on how to build the wall to get the most out of these subs.
i spoke with some people at RE and they say im on the right track but it never hurts to get everyone's opinion.
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is this an extended crew cab? or is this a blow through bed setup?
The amps kick ***, but i don't have any experience with those woofers.
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it is the extended cab but not the full crew cab the box im making so far will have about 20ft^3 internal without port or woofer displacement. the 4 18's will leave me about 13 inches for the with of the port and about 35 for the port height the depth is still being figured out. i want to tune high for true spl but im really tempted to build a pull out port so i can have another port on the side that is tuned low for ground pounding.
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so... 2 enclosures?
sounds like late nights at the shop. lol
what do u have plan for the charging system?
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From what I've heard, they like a 40Hz tuning.

2013 Kia Rio -90a alternator
DDX470HD GTO14001 GTO1014D (x3)
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no, just one enclosure, but two different interchangeable ports. one tuned to about 70hz and the other tuned to about 40hz. charging system is still in the works but i know i will be using at least 8 kinetic 2400's and more than likely a dual 250A alternator setup and 5 battery isolators.
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wait why would you use 5 battery isolators?
2007 Acura TSX
SQ setup in the works

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