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post #31 of 36 Old 03-17-15, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Sunfire/Boston Acoustics Frankenstein Experiment

It's the Boston SPG555 car sub. I'm powering it with a 2700 watt Sunfire plate amp that came off of my MKII sub. it's 555sq/cm and shaped like a Nascar track. It comes apart ( I have a spare voice coil, which take maybe 10 minutes to change out without having to remove the driver from the cabinet. I have the 4ohm version.

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post #32 of 36 Old 03-17-15, 02:47 PM
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Ok I thought it was bent from the photo! That makes sense.
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Re: Sunfire/Boston Acoustics Frankenstein Experiment

I should add..the sub is rated for 1000watt RMS, 14lb Neo magnet, 3.5" voice coil
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Ok I thought it was bent from the photo! That makes sense.
LM*O! that's hilarious!!
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Re: Sunfire/Boston Acoustics Frankenstein Experiment

I started gathering my parts for this exact build December 2013. I had the Sunfire 2700w plate and 2 Boston SPG555 Subs. Both are 2 ohms. I didnt know about this site or I would have built along with you.
Since that time I have gathered even more parts and pieces and I have yet to put anything together. I now have a collection of Boston 3 G5 10s, 1 G512 and 4 soft parts kits for the 10s. I have a smaller Sunfire Jr and wanted to take the build to a slightly smaller scale with the G5s. (I have teens that dont have a sense of how much things cost when stuff breaks)
Post an update on the set up and let me know if you have made changes or updated anything.
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Re: Sunfire/Boston Acoustics Frankenstein Experiment

what is rated power of it ?
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