how to stuff a sealed tempest

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  1. zane

    zane Stunt Coordinator

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    can someone answer this
     
  2. zane

    zane Stunt Coordinator

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    what the hell it deleted my original post, i was wonder if i have to stuff the tempest sealed enclosure any way special or if i just loosely put it in, i was wondering if i'm suppose to keep it away from the driver for heat reasons
     
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    Patrick Sun Studio Mogul

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    Yup, fluff up the stuffing material, and try to keep it out of the driver basket areas.
     
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    ThomasW Cinematographer

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    Mark Fitzsimmons Supporting Actor

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    I put two pounds into my sealed tempest (122L)

    Just put it in there, try to evenly distrubute it.
     
  6. TimForman

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    I used a little spray on adhesive on the inner walls to keep the polyfil from falling in my down firing MidQ box.
     
  7. TimForman

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    I should've added that other than the spray on adhesive I just placed it loosely into the box.
     

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