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The point at which a negative wave is created in your expansion chamber, helping gas flow optimally. Performance pipes usually require high RPMs to reach a power band. This is usually only a 2 stroke concept since the engine is actually harnessing sound waves.
 
The point at which a negative wave is created in your expansion chamber, helping gas flow optimally. Performance pipes usually require high RPMs to reach a power band. This is usually only a 2 stroke concept since the engine is actually harnessing sound waves.
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Revision as of 20:46, 13 February 2012

The point at which a negative wave is created in your expansion chamber, helping gas flow optimally. Performance pipes usually require high RPMs to reach a power band. This is usually only a 2 stroke concept since the engine is actually harnessing sound waves.