11-14-2012, 04:18 AM
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Originally Posted by CanberraR3
If you want to keep the 2 pipes I'm not quite sure why you'd want to reroute through 1 and have the other as a dummy. Wouldn't it be easier just to get a set of Roadster TORS or Staintunes? Or get both sides modded. Maybe Nev (or someone else) can shed some light on whether there's any particular advantage of 3 into 1 v 3 into 2, other things being equal.
By the way, welcome from Canberra.
Good to have you join us. You obviously are looking to "improve" on stock; you'll find us both interested and helpful - and maybe even interesting.
Canberra, I will try some input here. no matter what size exhaust you have the less bends in the pipe the less the exhaust gas flow slows down. every bend every Y split off slows the ability for the engine to exhale. Same for entranced whether FA or NA ist about how well and easy a motor can inhale and how well and easy it can exhale. slow one down and the engine ability to produce power is restricted. One other good thing about 3-1 is the abiltiy for a tuner with a O2/exhaust muti-spectrum gas anylizer to reach each cylinder header area seperately to forther tweak the engine in. Each cylinders abitlity to enhale and exhale along with how cool or hot it runs is different. thus individual tuning improves engine power and efficiency.
hope this helps
Nev of course can explain further and much better.
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