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biggest box dimensions #440558 Apr 12, 10:33am Apr 12, 10:33am
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biggest box dimensions
Does anyone know the dimensions for the biggest box that a 7th gen trunk can hold? I measured it, but i am double checking before I start building my new box.

Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: 2kcelicagt] #440559 Apr 12, 11:02am Apr 12, 11:02am
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measure the cubic volume of the irregular polygons and figure it out, it would take awhile but it would be a bigass box

Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: sickcelica696] #440560 Apr 12, 1:07pm Apr 12, 1:07pm
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What are your plans for the trunk, what type of subs, how many, and what cubefeet do they require per sub?

Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: Rhino1869] #440561 Apr 12, 4:19pm Apr 12, 4:19pm
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2 12 kicker comp vr, i already have them in, i just want to switch to a bigger box...i am going to build one that utilizes the most space

Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: 2kcelicagt] #440562 Apr 12, 4:56pm Apr 12, 4:56pm
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A Celi could hold a HUGE box if you fold the seats down & take out the rear deck. Probably 10 cubic feet. Enough for 10 subs easy.

Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: Haulin_A_Doo] #440563 Apr 12, 8:53pm Apr 12, 8:53pm
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well for those vrs you dont need that much room. Make sure you make accourding to spec sheet other wise will be junk.

Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: unstopable] #440564 Apr 12, 9:41pm Apr 12, 9:41pm
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I think my box is a total of 5 cubic feet, 2 1/2 per sub, but I'm not really sure. I just gave my installer the cash and my box has won me a lot of trophies in autosound competitions.


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Re: biggest box dimensions [Re: jrbulosan] #440565 Apr 13, 4:10pm Apr 13, 4:10pm
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A good 12" sub should be able to operate in a 1/2 cubic ft sealed box without a problem.

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