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Old 02-08-2013, 06:49 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by It'sNotTheBike View Post
Probably because the OP imagines the trained engineers who designed the air intake
botched the job, though those engineers had access to a dyno and more than likely spent
many hours making sure the airflow was optimized for the resonant cavity of the air box,
( think of Helmholtz and you will be on the right track).

How likely is it that the engineers did a bad job and someone who needs to ask how
best to cut holes in the air box will do a better job ? Sort of like leaving an orangutang
in front of a typewriter and waiting for the sonnets of Shakespeare to be produced
( don't hold your breath waiting for anything intelligible to come out of that typewriter


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