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    Posted: 14 February 2015 at 10:13pm
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I've been working in a project of 21" hog scoop with precision devices pd 2150. By the moment I have 2 for make 2 hogs.
I got the plan of the 18 hog scoop and scaled to 21'' and changed sizes for get a more linear horn as it's possible. I was trying to simulate it with hornresp but I didn't get nothing good I think I'm doing something wrong.

p.d. : in squares sections I thinked in circular sections for make more linear as possible the horn 

Box: 1128 x 1177 x 760 and 21 thin of plywood

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Do you own a forklift?
That box will be very impractical. 760mm wide? 

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Someone already did it forgot who tho. Regular hog aint that heavy this one will probably weight as a normal scoop. You gotta pay the price heavy cab for heavy bass Tongue .
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That driver weights like 35kg alone. 
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element 5 did a 21" hog style scoop, you could mean them sypa.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sypa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 February 2015 at 1:36am
No its not that,there was a pic i think levyte posted in some thread cant remember which one now.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote fat_brstd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 February 2015 at 2:47am
Stipe designed a 24" varient of the HOG which I saw once in Insomnia's lock up & I believe he even did a 21" version as well. It would certainly be worth contacting him if you can find him and see what he has to say about it.
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Michigan sounds from london or something similar to that..I may be wrong!!
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Originally posted by MarjanM MarjanM wrote:

Do you own a forklift?
That box will be very impractical. 760mm wide? 


Originally posted by Sypa Sypa wrote:

Someone already did it forgot who tho. Regular hog aint that heavy this one will probably weight as a normal scoop. You gotta pay the price heavy cab for heavy bass Tongue .
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Yes I know that heavy sizes and wheigts. I designed it with solid works and with the density of plywood it show you the weghit and it seems near of 75-80 Kg of box. I'm used to heavy boxes because I have 2 amazing A.S.S. SB121H wich size is 758 x 1135 x 1120 and weight is 150 kg LoLLLlll !! I don't have a forklift but I think I have good and strong friends, and they also are used to my pair of A.S.S, huge hog scoops doesn't be a problem if they also have a huge bass XD XD. 

Yes, I scaled the SIPE 18 HOGSCOOP, and if it works well then their dady will be also good no??

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Forum member Mitchigan has 21" hogs which Lev nominated as best scoop for 2014 ,
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New desing MOGALE SUPERSCOOP 21 modified to HOG 21", and more lenght horn throat.

That seems better

What do you think??

Thanks !!Smile




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For how huge it is, I would be expecting a LOT more output below 40Hz, and more above it really.
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