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Old 03-01-2010, 04:53 PM   #1  
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hi i was wondering if this sub box enclosure would work in my 2008 it says 05-06 but arent 05-08 all the same trunk?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Ford-Mustang-05-...ht_1642wt_1167
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get it ported threw the back deck lid if u buy something like that
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get it ported threw the back deck lid if u buy something like that
o you mean get it ported but do it to where it is hidden?

can tell me if this will work in an 08 have the trunks changed at all through 05 to 09
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No change to the trunks from 05-09 and possably 10 and 11 also.
The verts are different from the coupes.
You gots a vert or a coupe?

3/4" MDF is great for box construction but the use of silicone is a big
no no on sub boxes.
It allows the panels to flex at the joints...
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No change to the trunks from 05-09 and possably 10 and 11 also.
The verts are different from the coupes.
You gots a vert or a coupe?

3/4" MDF is great for box construction but the use of silicone is a big
no no on sub boxes.
It allows the panels to flex at the joints...
coup, and crap it does use silicone.....
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the seller sent me this... tell me if he doesnt know what he is talking bout "They are different. 05-06 is consistent and 07-09 are different"
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silicone is fine if you just dropping two small 10"s As long as the wood is held together by glue and nails/screw it should be fine.. what kind of subs are you thinking of running?

i use silicone in the boxes I build just to make sure they are air tight. I dont use it as the primary thing to hold the entire box together. Thats just asking for flex and cracks and i dont even think it would hold the wood together lmao.

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silicone is fine if you just dropping two small 10"s As long as the wood is held together by glue and nails/screw it should be fine.. what kind of subs are you thinking of running?

i use silicone in the boxes I build just to make sure they are air tight. I dont use it as the primary thing to hold the entire box together. Thats just asking for flex and cracks and i dont even think it would hold the wood together lmao.
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I looked at that same box a few months ago and thought about picking it up but couldn't decide on speakers and amp to go with it. I'm on a pretty tight budget and want good sound so I thought I'd wait a bit to accumulate more cash.

Let me know how it works out if you decide to get it.
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I looked at that same box a few months ago and thought about picking it up but couldn't decide on speakers and amp to go with it. I'm on a pretty tight budget and want good sound so I thought I'd wait a bit to accumulate more cash.

Let me know how it works out if you decide to get it.
the seller sent me this... tell me if he doesnt know what he is talking bout "They are different. 05-06 is consistent and 07-09 are different"
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