Is intake resonator necessary?
While dampening the sound of the engine is one of the purposes of the air intake resonator, it is not the primary purpose. The primary purpose of the air intake resonator is to inhibit pressure wave harmonics, which causes air pressure in the engine and restricts the amount of airflow through the RPM spectrum.
Does removing the intake resonator make your car lose power?
2. It will cause you to lose some engine efficiency. Some vehicles experience a small drop in their fuel efficiency when the resonator delete kit is used because the engine is forced to work a little harder to create the results that you want.
Can you drive without an intake resonator?
Hi There, The air box resonator missing should not impact the running condition of your vehicle at all.
What is intake silencer?
Intake Silencers serve to smooth out these slugs of air and reduce the noise emanating from the blower inlet. This may be true for smaller blowers; however, as the blowers increase in size the need for an Intake Silencer becomes very apparent. If you have questions contact the factory.
WHAT IS A intake resonator?
The resonator in your intake is technically known as a Helmholz resonator, an acoustic device used to control pressure wave harmonics. The result is a “clog” or high pressure area in your intake tube that ultimately limits airflow through almost the entire rpm spectrum.
What is an intake silencer?
Will resonator delete increase HP?
A resonator delete can also reduce your engine efficiency. It affects the back pressure of the exhaust gases, which may amount to more fuel consumption. So, a resonator delete can give your vehicle a slight increase in horsepower.
What does an air intake silencer do?
Intake Silencers serve to smooth out these slugs of air and reduce the noise emanating from the blower inlet. Many users believe that an Intake Filter Silencer – such as Stoddard Silencers’ F64 – eliminates the need for an Intake Silencer.