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Originally Posted by 9dreizig View Post
That would work if you were tuning a guitar or a microwave guide ( I thought about your solution for a bit too), but then realized that rpm = frequency so you would have to tune for one rpm value.
You're an EE I assume ?
EE No, that stuff scares me I am an ME

I was under the impression that equal-length scavenging effects only worked for you at a certain rpm range, anyway. At other rpms, they work against you. The "tuning" of the exhaust system tries to move these points and why there are flat spots and high power spots through the rev range.
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