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devoglenn5
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WO...Trunk Size
12/29/05 at 14:50:00
 
I have a question regaurding the wo and the trunk size of a car. I was thinking about making one for my trunk which is a chevy lumina. would the big trunk that i have effect sound that the wo makes in a negative way? or make it pointless in making.
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J_Rock
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Re: WO...Trunk Size
Reply #1 - 12/29/05 at 21:50:55
 
just experiment with placement of the WO.  

If pointing t towards the rear sounds too boomy, try pointing it forward ect.

I play mine facing to the rear of my small trunk(the wo barely fits in).
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devoglenn5
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Reply #2 - 12/29/05 at 23:37:25
 
i have another question or more so a rephrased question...is it worth the headach to build a wo for a car with a big trunk?
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DirtDawg
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Reply #3 - 12/29/05 at 23:45:22
 
Humor? OK.
Build yourself a WO and it will kick your A55 and keep it kicked! Grin
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haydenlake
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Reply #4 - 12/30/05 at 03:50:11
 
I think the vast majority of people who have built WO have built a few of them. Meaning that they are definatly worth building again and they have a proven success with a variety of drivers. I've only built two but I'm sure I'll be building a few more in the next year of so. My next will be for a pair of 6.5" subs that way I can actually get it in a car! My last box was over 250lbs
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Jet-Lee
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Re: WO...Trunk Size
Reply #5 - 12/30/05 at 15:29:46
 
I've got my modified WO that's 24"x24" that sits in my trunk with 2 10's.


It pounds down to 25hz.
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