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Paradigm wrote:
Can these Funky Pups be bought online? 137.4 dB, what subs hit harder? - Page 4 -- posted image.
Ooh, Ooh... Me, too!
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Dave, good seeing you today. We already have two layers of glass on your door panels and the boys came up with a killer design. Clean simple and very stealthy. I'm thinking of black ultra suade for grill cloth, I'll test in for sound tomorrow.
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hey Jeffchilcott,,

I have a 2002 lincoln LSE any info on tuning for that car??? I just got the DCU105 for the eclipse avx5000 in and will be ripping back into the car, and system when I get some time away from Bp. Also any connection ideas for using a combination of a JL 450/4 AND a 300/4 for max surround possibilities? Very curious to see if I can use the original small speakers in the hump for anything other than ,,,covering the hole in th carpet. 

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thanks for the tips jeff,i'll have to build me another box and see what i can come up with
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this is from a while ago but that guy that had the video of the tc-2000. if your still on the forums, did you ever get ur car read? how many db did you hit might i ask, im looking at the tc line and im curious. thanks
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I've never had it metered. But if I tuned it right im sure I could hit in the lower 140 range. If you're looking at a TC Sounds driver for competition, Go with one of the new LMS-5400's or TC-5200...
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is the 5200 out yet?, i was goin to get the tc-3k but idk yet, thats all i can really afford right now
lukeyn 
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i have a question about the port if the back of the box and side of the box is closer than 3 inches will this effect bass output?

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If I understand right are you asking if its alright for a 3in port diameter?   That is fine.
Or are you asking, distance from inside of the box?
General rule is one port diameter away from any surface inside and outside the box
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I am wondering if there needs to be a certain clearence distance between the rear of the port and the box ?

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