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    Icon32 external port calculation question

    Ok I was just wondering when measuring the port length for aero ports externally would be the same as the port calculator that you use for the internal ports?

    Sorry I just forgot & need to know again.



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    Re: external port calculation question

    Yes, a port calculator (like the one on the psp website) gives you the length needed WITHOUT taking into consideration the port displacement. So if ur box is say 2.0 internally, if u just want it externally all you need to figure out is the length.



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    Re: external port calculation question

    ok that is what i thought thank you.



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