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Re: Factory exh systems Vs "'Trapps?
> 1. How is it tuned?
> Via removable baffles. No baffles is totally open, no restriction
> whatsoever. The next step
> in increasing backpressure is to attach all of the baffles, more baffles
> equals lower
> impedance. Then remove baffles to increase backpressure further 'till you
> get the
> balance of high-end and mid-range that suits the conditions at hand.
I believe you have it backwards. It's my understanding that Supertrapps get
less restrictive (and more noisy) as you ADD baffles not remove them ... the
baffles contain additional outlets hence the more baffles, the more outlets,
the more noise and the less the restriction.
I've never used one myself -- the Walker Dynomax has always worked well for
me and they're cheap -- so it's possible I might be wrong about this...
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