159 Custom Bass Project – Stage 4 Enclosure Build

Once the car was pepped and ready it was onto the enclosure build. This was a combination of trial and error mixed with some loose  calculations and estimations around box size. I had worked out utilising box design software that  for my sub, a 0.6 cuft sealed enclosure was going to give me good responsive SQ and enough power. This also suited my limited boot incursion requirements so was ideal.

I also wanted the amp to be located as part of the enclosure and with the heat-sink visible to aid in cooling. The end result was to have something that looked as close to built by designed as I could achieve without a lot of fibreglass and pain!

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