The fiberglass spare tire well enclosure is a very popular car audio project when trunk space needs to be maximized or the owner wants an ultra-stealth installation. The first step in this installation is the removal of the trunk carpet, wheel well baffle and spare tire. How to Make a Fiberglass Enclosure, Here’s some simple steps and photo’s on how to make a fiberglass enclosure/amp rack. After you have cut the base out of MDF( Medium Density Fiberboard ) & masked the edges of the trunk you can start building the initial shape of the enclosure you designed. We placed the enclosure into the trunk and made another trim ring to fit on the outside of the subwoofer with a reverse mount on the sub for asthetics. I will be venturing into fiberglass at some point in the near future. But for making a subwoofer box, a thicker material, like Knytex, is preferable.
We’ve been asked several times over the last few months how sub boxes are built, and lucky for us, the crew at Superior Auto Sound, in Phoenix, Arizona, snapped plenty of photos while they built the enclosure for Steve Burkett’s Yukon. How to Build a Custom Fiberglass Subwoofer Box. Building a custom enclosure is a complex, time-consuming, and difficult task. Be patient and do your research ahead of time. There’s many threads out there on custom fiberglass enclosures, but I figured the more the merrier, right? I know that during my creation, I was.
I just built a fiberglass enclosure for my E92 M3 and thought I’d do a DIY for those interested. I have the premium audio and think it sounds great. So where do ya start. Well first thing your going to need is a list of materials and tools you’ll need, its kind of a longer list but a complete one: 1. Find great deals on eBay for Fiberglass Subwoofer Enclosure in Custom-Fit Boxes. Shop with confidence. How to Build a Subwoofer Enclosure.
Building An Mdf And Fiberglass Subwoofer Enclosure
So, why use fiberglass for a speaker build? Unlike wood, it can be molded and thus, can fit into odd corners of your vehicle to save space while not compromising sound. First thing is first, tape the area you want to turn into a box. Over-tape it so that you can over-fiberglass the area and cut it back later. Specifically the thickness of a fiberglass subwoofer enclosure. There’s a lot of confusion over how thick or how many layers of fiberglass should be used to create a car audio subwoofer box. Create your own fiberglass interior panels, speaker enclosures and more. What I mean is that the same basic skills that enable you to build a kick panel or a subwoofer enclosure can also be used to create a bumper. Hello, This is my first topic here at clubwrx and first how-to anywhere. Please don’t be too harsh on the flaming. After a bunch of researching here. This how-to will show you the step-by-step process I took to build this space saving subwoofer enclosure, as well as the sub floor which I formed to fit into the floor of the trunk. I would like to preface this with PLEASE DONT FLAME. This is my first DIY project and i know its not amazing. but it is a DIY guide from a beginner.
Diy: Fiberglass Subwoofer Enclosure
So a month later I finally finished up making my sub box. For those of you who didn’t catch my last thread I decided to embark on the world of fiberglassing. Hey, this is Rob from Art of Noise Audio. I build custom fiberglass enclosures for Magnums and other cars. I’ve seen a lot of interest from people who.