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ND Sound Levels Qualcomm

Postby Curves » Thu Sep 14, 2017 5:51 am

Will Roadstersport Max Torque Header and Super Street pass sound at Qualcomm?
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Re: ND Sound Levels Qualcomm

Postby Brian » Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:18 am

I ran that combo for a year without issue. You didn't mention midpipe, but particularly with OEM midpipe you should not be close to our limit. More recently I ran Super Street with longtube for a year and still consistently under the limit. Now adding supercharger I finally need to go bigger with the muffler because the blower pushing more air through the system raises the sound a little more.
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Re: ND Sound Levels Qualcomm

Postby Curves » Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:53 am

Adding the Roadstesport midpipe will still meet sound level restrictions?
This is not a daily driver so I am trying to see what I can get away with...
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Re: ND Sound Levels Qualcomm

Postby Brian » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:46 am

Our current RoadsterSport midpipe would make you dangerously close to the limit, stick with stock midpipe for now. We have been working on what we call the MaxMidpipe project for over a year and it will allow 2.5 inches of flow and still make sound, but likely still 30 days from being finished.
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