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SSV Works TERYX Sub box

Heres a sneak peek. I'll post more. full fiberglass enclousre hold 10" sub with .73cuft airspace. includes 2 cupholders and Teryx molded side desgin lines. - Avaliable next month. est retail $249 unloaded
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Nice work as usual. Can't wait to see your booth st SSSS
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That does look like an awesome sub box. Unfortunately for me, that area is wet quiet often...


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sub boxes are esentially marine sealed, sooo... shouldn't really be a problem. i'd worry more about the ignition, cdi, battery and other acc. under the drivers seat interms of standing water over the floor boards. Have you had any issues? I wondered why Kawi did that??

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So far, so good. All the electronics are tighly sealed with a plastic poured bottom. The battery is fine. I pulled all the plugs and put a little more dielectric grease. Most of the connections appeared to have some in them already.

Which way does the sub point on that enclosure? Towards the dash or towards the engine compartment? Post a picture of one mounted if you can. I'm definitely interested.


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I noticed the electronics were potted to keep water. The dielectric helps alot, good thinking. That sits on the driveshaft hump with the cupholders towards teh back (centerconsole) and the woofer firing forward/up. I won't get installed pics of this till after the show but I'll post as soon as possible.
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