So I didn't search very well because they where on the web somewhere...
Here it goes...
Qms = -0,698
Qes = 0,323
Qts = 0,60
FS = 35 Hz
Vas = 94
RMS = 160w
Peak = 500w
Db/1w/1m = 93 Db
Resistance = 4ohm
I've plotted these figures in WinISD-Beta and it calculates to get me a 350 Liter sub-box. The -3DB dropoff then occurs at 20Hz (pretty deep, and 23Hz and up it remains pretty flat)
When I want a box of say 60 liters the -3Db roloff hapens between 70 and 80 Hz which is way to high...
(and this is strange, 'cause I found something on the web, which said that, if these subs where installed in a sealed 45 liter box, they sounded really good.. now.. If I calculate this in WinISD, the 3Db rolloff hapens at 100+ HZ)
Could due to the nature off these subs, because they're designed to be "Free-Air" -subs.. But isn't there some way to use this in vented box ??
I have 2 off these and maximum volume I want to give to both off these is say 120 liters.. (need some space in the thrunk...)
I cannot mount these subs "free-air" 'cause my car is a sedan, and there simply isn't enough space to put these in.
Am I doing something wrong here or what ?
Maybe someone else can put the T/S params in some other program and proove me wrong
Thanks in Advance