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Old 05-20-2013, 02:19 PM   #1
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Default Need a dual 12" subwoofer enclosure for my 03 cobra, what will fit?

So I was measuring inside my trunk and I'm not sure how to get a dual 12" sub box to fit. I have the stock shaker 460 system, and It seems to take up some of the head room a box would need. I found a box that I want and the dimensions fit other than the height, which is 16-9/10". Is there a way to remove the shaker pod to fit the box I want, or should I search for a new enclosure? How tall of a box can you fit without the shaker stuff? Thanks
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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why go with dual 12"?

A single 12" or 10" with a proper size box will sound ten times better than dual 1"2 crammed into too small of a space.
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:29 PM   #3
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why go with dual 12"?

A single 12" or 10" with a proper size box will sound ten times better than dual 1"2 crammed into too small of a space.
Its not that small of a space, the box is a good sized enclosure, the only thing that is too small is the height of the trunk.
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:38 PM   #4
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what are the specs of the box (Volume, port dims (length/diameter, bandpass class of the enclosure type 1, 2, 3, etc) and what are the sub specs you are considering? By sub specs I mean

SPL(DB) (aka Sensitivity)
FS(HZ) (recommended crossover frequency)
QTS
VAS(CUFT)
MOUNTING DEPTH
OVERALL DEPTH

A decent sub will provide these specs.

There's more science to bass than just throwing some speakers in a box...
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Old 05-20-2013, 02:55 PM   #5
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what are the specs of the box (Volume, port dims (length/diameter, bandpass class of the enclosure type 1, 2, 3, etc) and what are the sub specs you are considering? By sub specs I mean

SPL(DB) (aka Sensitivity)
FS(HZ) (recommended crossover frequency)
QTS
VAS(CUFT)
MOUNTING DEPTH
OVERALL DEPTH

A decent sub will provide these specs.

There's more science to bass than just throwing some speakers in a box...
This is all the info I could find

Box
Height 16-9/10"
Width 17-9/10"
Depth 34-7/8"
Weight 66.9 pounds
Cut-out size 11-1/4"
Number of Cut-outs 2
Cubic Feet of Air Space per Woofer 1.15 cu. ft.
Box Design Ported
Subwoofer Capacity (size and number) 12 x 2
Shape Wedge
Connection Type Spring-loaded terminals
Construction Material 3/4" MDF

the sub
Handles up to 1400W maximum power (400W nominal)
20-220Hz frequency response
94dB±1.5dB sensitivity , 2 Ohm Impedence
12" seamless IMPP composite cone
4-layer voice coil, double stacked magnets
Height 8"
Width 14-1/2"
Depth 14-1/2"
Weight 12.7 pounds
Subwoofer Size 12"
Woofer Composition IMPP Composite Cone
Woofer Surround Polymer
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