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Old 17th April 2019, 01:04 PM   #9411
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David, when you are engaged and intrigued, things happen really fast.

If you keep improving the the hornresp, at a certain point it will used for other applications than sound.

The parallel "STUB" think is very close what they used in the intake system from engines at car applications. The intake length is tuned considering some resonances in order to increase air pressure at specific speed so it will increase engine torque. Longer pipes are good to improve toque at low speeds, while low tubes are good to improve power, you can't have both, the closes possible is reached when using variable intake system so the length is adjustable regarding engine speed Just a curiosity
That is exactly what F1 and IndyCar engines do! I think MotoGP uses variable intakes too.
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That is exactly what F1 and IndyCar engines do! I think MotoGP uses variable intakes too.



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