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To get the proper box for that speaker.You will need the speaker specs from the manufacturer or try to research it online with the model number.Once you get the specs .You can go to http://www.diyaudioandvideo.com/Calculator/Box/ .Enter the required specs onto online calculator and it will calculate box dimensions for you.Good luck
Just get a 12" sub box enclosure for an audio store near you or make a custom box, a larger box supposedly gives you more bass yet at the cost of boot space. I have a type R sub and the box is only as big as it needs to be for the sub to fit and it gives amazing bass.
MA Audio's website has the recommended box volume and port size online here. A ported enclosure needs 3.0 CuFt of internal volume and the port should be 48 sq/in and 14.5" in length. A 4X12" rectangular port would give you the recommended 48 sq/in. Using 3/4" MDF, a box 16X18X25 has an internal volume of 3.25 CuFt allowing .25 CuFt for the sub and port displacement.
I used to be a Cerwin Vega dealer. How much space do you have? Ideally you would want at least 4 cubic feet per sub. If you shoot me an E-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org I will be willing to discuss exact plans for your application. I now run a local business designing custom enclosures and electronics for home, marine, and auto. As for your Stroker- A general box design is going to need to be ported with alot of volume (cubic feet) the bigger the better. The actual port diameter and length will be determined after I have some basics from you. I will give you a free design to start with if you Email me the specifics like how much room do you have? how much power? dual 4ohm coils? car, p/u truck, van/suv? The more info the better. If you want something more custom please specify and I will be happy to help.
do you want the box ported or unported (holes or no holes) if you don't got a lot of room than you dont want a ported box. keep in mind the box has to have the correct amount of cubic air space or you could seize your sub... if you're building it make sure you use OSB board (oriented strand board) or MDF board(medium density fiber) your sub needs .7cubic feet of air space in an unported box
are you gong to use this in your house or car?? any type of enclosed box air tight.. will do if your useing it in your house a box you can face the cone faceing down would be good with a port in the front about 3in would be good. be sure to purchase a cover for the speaker you dont want the cone smashed .you dont want any air leaks .. you can go to any car stero shop and have a box built.if you have good wood working skills build it your self 1/2 in partical board works ..you can also get the port tube at like a raido shack.and speaker port for conections weather it be rca or speaker wire type do not nail your box wood glue is best