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    Posted: 25 January 2008 at 2:49pm
Hello i am thinking of building a few punishers and have a few JBL 1200w drivers not sure on the model numbers. They are 12" and wondered if they could be used in a punisher cabinet?
 
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I have 2.4l engine that has been sitting in my shed, I'm not sure what vehicle it came out of or what it runs on. Do you think it would work well in a racing car that I want to build?
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Originally posted by biotec biotec wrote:

I have 2.4l engine that has been sitting in my shed, I'm not sure what vehicle it came out of or what it runs on. Do you think it would work well in a racing car that I want to build?


3 words.
nail,head and hit,
that 12" could be a mid kick or sub driver, could be reflex band pass or horn suitable, could even be a monitor driver.
the punisher is definetly a demanding cab in which few drivers will work well
Silly sentence!
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To put it another way; it's 12 inches, it will likely fit in the gap and you can bolt it in so it could be used in a Punisher.

You'd be daft to try without getting the model number, full specs and doing a few simulations of the response though.
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Will do a bit of research then
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Originally posted by biotec biotec wrote:

I have 2.4l engine that has been sitting in my shed, I'm not sure what vehicle it came out of or what it runs on. Do you think it would work well in a racing car that I want to build?

It would be quite easy to tell if it is petrol or deisel. Does it have spark plugs. Does it have the gearbox with it. You could get an engineering company to make you some driveshafts. With a bit of welding you could modify the engine bay and mounts to seat it correctly.

Have you got any pics LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote biotec Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 February 2008 at 10:54am
I was beeing creative with my use of metaphors.
 
Chances are that if I did have an engine in my shed it would be slow reving, very old, diesel, and probably air cooled.
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