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Old 19th December 2005, 14:05   #2626
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I can see now ... Do you visit Coimbatore often ?

sometime jan/feb i think...
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Old 19th December 2005, 14:08   #2627
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sometime jan/feb i think...
Cool... that should give me time to save some dough that I can spend on my OHC.. been running with a simple setup so long I am getting bored of the setup already. Maybe you can give me some Hands-on advice when you are here

Looking forward to meeting you here in Cbe.
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Looking forward to meeting you here in Cbe.
Count me in too. Jan/feb i should be there too.

I actually feel good on seeing the car featured here, bcas I have seen him grown from the time he opened the shop in VOC park. I was one of his first customers with my palio. Got my sunfilm and some other stuff there.
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Old 19th December 2005, 17:22   #2629
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Count me in too. Jan/feb i should be there too.
Cool... looks like we are heading towards a Team-BHP meet in Coimbatore....
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All a question of enthusiasm my friend. Let me show you why..Now you know why
Now Sam dont get me excited.
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Old 19th December 2005, 17:39   #2631
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Now Sam dont get me excited.
navin,i know why......u must have got excited by looking at infinty speakers!!!!
Dont u??

and navin i am making subw box[sealed] and MDF rings for myself as cost-saving measures.Should i wait for stuff to arrive or should i make these now?

Links r........

http://www.crutchfieldadvisor.com/S-...ox.html?page=1
http://web.njit.edu/~cas1383/proj/mdf/index.htm

anything else i need to know?
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Old 19th December 2005, 17:42   #2632
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i am making subw box[sealed] and MDF rings for myself as cost-saving measures.Should i wait for stuff to arrive or should i make these now?

anything else i need to know?

If you refresh me on the model numbers of infinity i could give you the exact diameter and you could save some time.
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Old 19th December 2005, 18:01   #2633
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sam,its 10"infinty 1040 single subw.
I am making sealed box as recommended by crutchfield.Dimenions r 21x14x8w1x5w2.

I also know its overall diameter [264] and cut-out diameter [232].

Door speakers r kappa 60.7 and 62.7.I also have downloaded manuals of all these from crutchfield.

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Everything looks good except that what is a TRD sticker doing in a Lancer? For someone who understands what mods are all about it is a total turnoff believe me!
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sam,its 10"infinty 1040 single subw.
I am making sealed box as recommended by crutchfield.Dimenions r 21x14x8w1x5w2.

I also know its overall diameter [264] and cut-out diameter [232].

Door speakers r kappa 60.7 and 62.7.I also have downloaded manuals of all these from crutchfield.
i think what you need is the basket dimensions so that the woofer can flush wiht the baffle. hope your box builder has a good router.
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Hi boys, I am back from an official assignment in Kerala. Good to be back to team bhp.

Sam, what is this talk about babies? I thought your babies were already installed in your car.
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i think what you need is the basket dimensions so that the woofer can flush wiht the baffle. hope your box builder has a good router.

that means i have to wait till i get the stuff.

And navin i wont put terminal plug on rear of box to route wires as they tend to leak[i read from some online article abt box building].Instead i will make small hole and then seal it after routing the wire through it.

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Everything looks good except that what is a TRD sticker doing in a Lancer? For someone who understands what mods are all about it is a total turnoff believe me!
I have no idea what TRD is! I thought GReddy was some brahmin from Andhra too! Dont ask me all these things. What is TRD anyways?
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Sam, TRD is "Toyota Racing Development" I cannot understand what that sticker is doing on a Mitsubishi car. Unless the car belongs to the person who works in "Tax Revenue Department"
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that means i have to wait till i get the stuff.

And navin i wont put terminal plug on rear of box to route wires as they tend to leak[i read from some online article abt box building].Instead i will make small hole and then seal it after routing the wire through it.
you can make a leakproof terminal plug using a rubber grommet but in any case if your sub is permanant you can do this esp since it will save a wire connection.
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