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Old 01-08-2006, 03:28 PM
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LOL!!! The majority of it is where the tubing necks down after the maf to meet the filter. There is a drastic transition there, that and the resonators are the biggies on the intake tract. After that, then you can start hacking up the box
[SIZE=3]What is the purpose of all the volume devoted to the (seemingly pointless) resonators? Theres even one inside the air box! If the maf-to-throttle tubing were replaced with smooth, straight tubing, would that make the engine sound different?[/SIZE]
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LOL!!! The majority of it is where the tubing necks down after the maf to meet the filter. There is a drastic transition there, that and the resonators are the biggies on the intake tract. After that, then you can start hacking up the box
Chris, sounds like a lucrative addition to your TBSS offerings...
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[SIZE=3]What is the purpose of all the volume devoted to the (seemingly pointless) resonators? Theres even one inside the air box! If the maf-to-throttle tubing were replaced with smooth, straight tubing, would that make the engine sound different?[/SIZE]
Yes, GM has sound deadening Resonators on most of their engines to kill WOT intake noise.
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