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Old 05-18-2017, 05:31 PM   #1
FutureFuzz 26

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18 fi btl n3

Yo guys.
I havnt been on here in a while, and honestly havnt messed with car stereo a whole lot in the past 2 or so years.

Anyways, I'm looking for suggestions. I've had an old BTL N3 motor for 3 or so years now, and the other day I ordered a basket and re-cone kit from FI to turn it into an 18"

It's going in a 2013 Taurus limited. But I havnt really decided about the enclosure. I'm planning for the 5.5-6 ft3 region and 28-30hz

I'm curious about what you guys think is my most efficient option as far as direction.
If possible (more than likely a slanted baffle would be required) I was thinking front firing through the folding rear seats with 2 large ports firing through the deck lid from factory 6x9 holes onto the back windshield. (I've done this in the past with 2 Mojo 15's in an impala and it was pretty nasty)

But I also considered cone up, port up through the deck, and port up, cone back.

I have a 4cuft @35hz 15" box and a couple 15"s laying around I could try different directions, but wanted to see what you guys think.
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