No metal plate. It's cut out of wood, coated with a thin layer of fiberglass (for the smoooooth look) then painted with chrome paint.macncheese said:that is really CLEAN. i like it a lot. very nice job. question, though. where did you get that metal plate that says "saturn?"
If you set up your box and amp correctly, you can just unplug, and remove them when it's time to race. All you need to do is bolt it down with something easily removeable, and then make sure that your connections are setup to handle being connected and disconnected alot.redlineRACER said:how much does your subwoofer weigh...i want to add more bass..but i race and a box equals more weight equals slower time...how much to most woofers weigh..10s and 12s..what kind of system thats easy on the wallet would u reccomend if i can keep the weight down?
I would say my 10" Sub, 2 channel Amp & box is very close to 50lbs. If weight is really an issue then I would like to add 1 thing to what rlinbatonrouge said: The more $$$ you spend the heavier the sub, because of the bigger magnets on the sub. Cheap subs don't weight much at all but you can't get the bass out of them.redlineRACER said:how much does your subwoofer weigh...
I use to really be big in car audio. But now that I am older I could really care less and the advance audio system was plenty enough for me nowdays. But I had this amp and sub laying around the house and figured I should do something with it. My plans was to put it in my truck but I was easier to put it in the car (battery, and all audio wires already in trunk )<---that was the easiest install I have done for years! I figured I had to build something that was going to look good to put in it, the car is too nice to just throw an cheep ugly unfinnished box in it.simo said:im not a man who likes systems usually, im more into speed than sound but seeing this box makes me want to copy that style, its so unique and clean! great job