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I want to make a custom car speaker box i have 4 10" subs 2 punch p21058 and 2 dvc 10045 ignite subs and plenty of room how what do my subs require for air,space,watts and what type of box would work best with these speakers and should i wire them to eachother or hook each speaker to amp sepretly?

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Well u can go to the subs websight i mean look at the name on the subs type that in the computer see what they say

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