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slightly modded WO
10/16/07 at 18:06:47
 
new to this forum, so bare with me. if you click on the link, hopefully that will be enough to see whats going on here... it is a scaled 30x36 which is all the space i have to fit it in my 85' s-10 blazer. i been playing with these boxes for a while now, and with basically angling the speaker mounting piece just as you would with the wo32 and a few slight modifications it would give me around 24-25 inches to play with. would theoretically be just as well to stick 4 10's in a WO? leaving every other design aspect the same? or would i be wasting my time? any advice as to if it would be something to try or steer away from would be appreciated. i just want to do something no one else has probably done. thanks -chris
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Reply #1 - 10/16/07 at 18:21:18
 
heres the link since it didnt show up.
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Reply #2 - 10/18/07 at 17:50:36
 
no one has a response?
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Reply #3 - 10/18/07 at 20:03:08
 
modding steves designs effects performance, build things the way he sais or you might be wasting your time.
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Reply #4 - 10/18/07 at 20:04:37
 
you can build a regular wo 36x30 and be guarenteed excellent results.
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Reply #5 - 10/19/07 at 00:59:45
 
well what im doing now is stacking 2 regular WO's. each of them loaded with 2 12" polk momo's cause i couldnt wait for the responses  :P. they are going to face front, because of big space limitations i'd see it as better because it would be -Right- at the glass... that being said 2 WO's with 4 polk 12"s with about 1800 watts from a clarion dpx11500. what kind of db's should i get? i did hit 126.4 with 800w's with 2 polk 12's in a regular sealed as a start point. my bad tho, it makes me giddy seeing as one wo was just as loud as 4 of them in a sealed. if you didnt know, i like experimenting with boxes. later- chris p.s.- thanks for the reply
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Reply #6 - 10/19/07 at 02:43:52
 
I'm going to guess that you'll hit about 152 db.
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Reply #7 - 10/20/07 at 00:35:01
 
every sub ive heard in a car sounds better pointing backwards.

if your looking for spl only ive read you can port the wo for higher scores.
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Reply #8 - 10/20/07 at 21:52:35
 
sounds like the "House Wrecker" idea give it a shot I would like to know how it works. Cool
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