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Originally Posted by 911st View Post
If going to side to side adds another elbow, 18" of tubing, and more fittings it is going to have an effect. As will end tank design and ducting. Over-sizing or unnecessary volume may also have some cost to throttle response.
Just an observation, but most large front-to-back IC's make the air flow take short tight turns getting into and out of the core area. This has to have some effect on total flow. The side-to-side, if properly designed, looks like you could make smoother transitions into and out of the core, through the use of longer smoother taper tanks.
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