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  • Ported Subwoofer Enclosure Exile Big12


    DnHWake
    • Year: 2016 Brand: Malibu Model / Trim: 23 LSV Cost: $0-$249 DIY or Professional Install: I installed it Sound Project Components: Upgraded Amps, Upgraded Subwoofer / Box

    Here is the custom sub enclosure I built to fit an Exile Big12.  Its about the absolute maximum volume (1.85 cuft) I could fit under the dash of a 2016 23lsv with the 3 outlet heater.  The angles were a real pain to get perfect and I still have not completed a carpet kick plate.  I made it from baltic burch cabinetry grade ply wood and sealed the whole thing in Epoxy to waterproof and make sure its water tight.  I also screwed and glued with gorrilla glue that expands to fill any of my poor craftsmanship gaps.  I also installed an exile amp to match and the WS420.  I built this in solidworks so if you want the CAD let me know.

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    Love that you used solidworks first.  Half of my stuff is drawn on a napkin.   That's a solid build (and a very nice boat).   I'm sure someone will take you up on your offer for that file.  Sweet.  

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