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Old Jul 19, 2007, 02:31 PM
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Perfect Fit 12 Inch Fiberglass Subwoofer Enclosures!!

Audio Integrations Perfect Fit Evo Enclosure Is Here!!



We just got our Evo enclosures finished up and we're ready to roll with em!

Here's some quick pics, we'll update here and our site with some more detailed pics as we have a couple enclosures going into installs here shortly. We have a couple available right now and we'll have more coming next week!














We're releasing them with an introductory sale price of $299.99!! For a limited time only.

Our Perfect Fit Enclosures are hand laid fiberglass with a 3/4 inch mdf mounting ring. The back of the enclosure is sprayed with Cascade Audio VB-1 dampening spray and the front it wrapped in o.e.m. matching carpet. The enclosure is conformed to match your trunks factory liner and no drilling is required for mounting.

Included with each enclosure -

Your choice of color vinyl flush trim ring
High quality terminal cup (upto 8 gauge connection)
3-4 feet of Phoenix Gold 12 gauge speaker wire
Pre-drilled mounting hole, mounting hardware & instructions with pictures
Enclosure's loaded with polyfill sound dampening
Audio Integrations full warranty


12 Inch Perfect Fit Evo Enclosure Specs

Internal Airspace: 1.15-1.2 cubic feet
Mounting Hole Dia: 11 inches
Weight: 15 lbs.
Flush Trim Ring inside Dia: 11.25 inches

Mounting Depth - Subwoofer's magnet diameter and mounting depth are needed, since the the sub sits at an angle in the enclosure the magnet's sides will hit the enclosure walls before the bottom will.

The maximum speaker dimensions that will fit (currently) are 8.125 inch depth with a 6.5 inch magnet diameter.

Large subwoofers known to fit -

JL Audio W6
Diamond Audio D6
Image Dynamics IDMAX 12






You can check our website here for further details, we'll be uploading new pics here shortly including enclosure/woofer packages.

PM if you have any questions, for shipping quote please include your city and zip in the pm.



Thanks - Todd

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Old Jul 19, 2007, 03:25 PM
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Very nice product. Looks like good quality craftsmanship. Can you tell us how thick the FB is around all the walls? Is it 1/4", 1/2", etc?

Also, any plan to make a 10" version of this same box? I have a JL Audio 10W7 and this enclose is nearly the perfect cu.ft. of airspace so would be ideal for me.
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Old Jul 19, 2007, 04:19 PM
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Thanks, the thickness depends on the area, as some spots will be thicker than others but generally the wall thickness will between 1/4 & 3/8 inch thick.

Normally if we were to make a 10 inch model it's airspace would be smaller to work with the more popular 10 drivers and it wouldn't probably be as deep (to achieve the smaller airspace).

It looks like your W7 would fit in the 12 inch enclosure(depth wise) and like you say is close to the proper airspace. We could build a custom 10" ring to be loaded into the 12" enclosure as their laying up the mat, you'd have the same overall look. We'd have to make a larger vinyl trim ring to make up the difference but that wouldn't be too bad. To get a thicker mounting ring we'd bond a 1/2 inch ring to the 3/4, giving ya 1.25 inch thick mounting ring. We'd also want to add a bit of thickness to the overall enclosure sense the W7 can get crazy loud!

So yeah, it looks doable, let me know what ya think and we'll go from there.

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any chance you have it for both sides and not just the driver side?
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Originally Posted by 555R View Post
any chance you have it for both sides and not just the driver side?

Unfortunately as of right now we only have the driver's side available. We have to start off with what appears to be the most popular option first, then we can look into others. Although it probably doesn't get filled that often you would have to unbolt a passenger side enclosure to get to the washer fluid. Our enclosure mounts from inside for a stealthy & secure mount, that would mean pulling the subwoofer as well.




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Very nice!! I need a 10in though
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Any chance a box could be made to fit a 12w7?
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Originally Posted by YtDiamond05 View Post
Any chance a box could be made to fit a 12w7?
The 12W7 is a massive driver, unfortunately there's not enough depth for it.

We can build a custom 10 inch ring to be loaded into the 12 inch mold to make a 10 W7 fit though. The enclosure's specs and space available make it almost ideal for the 10 W7.

PM if you want the details and I can make more sense of it.

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Yeah, definitely PM Todd or call them. These guys will definitely work with you to see if there is something they can figure out for you.

When I posted earlier (see above) they immediately PM'ed me with a few ideas. In the end, I decided (based on their professional advice) to go with a 12W6 vs. the 10W7. My enclosure comes in early next week. Can't wait to get it installed and hear my new 12W6 bump.
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so is that a 299 shipped???
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Originally Posted by kwik_801 View Post
so is that a 299 shipped???

$299 is the introductory sale price for just for the empty enclosure (no subwoofer) , pm your city and zip and I can get ya an accurate shipping quote.

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I wanted to post a quick review of this enclosure now that I've had it installed for a little over a week.

1) Todd and the guys at Audio Integrations are very knowledgable. They helped me out tremendously (as you can see in the posts above). I was originally skeptical of this enclosure, but after talking with them figured I would give it a shot. I had nothing to lose since they say it has a 30-day return policy.

2) The enclosure build quality is top notch. The fiberglass is rock solid and 1/4" - 3/8" thick all around...which is thick for fiberglass. Carpet is a perfect match to our trunk. The trim ring is a nice touch.

3) I installed a JL Audio 12W6 and it fits perfectly in this box and is the right amount of air space. The bass is deep and tight. Exactly how a 12W6 should sound in a proper enclosure.

Overall, I couldn't be happier with this enclosure. Here are a few pics...







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Hi how much to ship to ca 94085

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