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Tegpilot 
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Integra Enclosure Pics -- posted image.
Integra Enclosure Pics -- posted image.
Integra Enclosure Pics -- posted image.
I took out the side trunk liner and as you can see put down foil and duct tape for the rear of the mold
Integra Enclosure Pics -- posted image.
this is the first layer of glass
Integra Enclosure Pics -- posted image.
fleece stretched
Integra Enclosure Pics -- posted image.
ring after trimming edge of mold
Poormanq45 
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It looks very good so far.
Question though: Why did you cut the mold back so far? Do you want ti to stick out that much?
I guess it's just personal opinion, but I like to have the ring stick out only a little bit so that it almost looks flush mounted. This gives you a bit more airspace too.
ANyways, it looks GREAT!
One_Dieu 
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What kind of sub is that?
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abovestock 
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That looks sweet. I love the shape of the box it is very diferent from what I am use to seeing.
Tegpilot 
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Thanks,  It's a Infinity Kappa 10" DVQ

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Nice job, how does it sound and how thick did you go on the enclosure?
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Ocuriel 
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nice install. How does it sound?
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looks really nice, almost a kind of factory look but you know that is isnt, i really like it
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Good glassing job...
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Tegpilot 
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Thanks guys.  It sounds great.  To be honest I didn't really pay any attention to Infinity's specs for the enclosure.  I was just trying to see if I could pull it off.  It was my first time.  But I tood it in and they said I performed exactly like it should according to there meter or whatever.  I think it could use a little bit more power though, but it's very tight and clean. 

Poormanq,  I really didn't cut but about 1/4 inch off to get a straight line,  it kinda is a visual illusion.  I could however have made the ring sit in closer and not stick out so far, but I would have lost  volume, and at the very least I knew I didn't want to do that. 

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