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    Quick porting question

    Ok so basically here is the question.

    4 cubes ported at 38HZ

    One 4" port wants to come out at 2.94" for 38HZ

    Two 4" ports for 38HZ comes out at 8.8"

    Does that mean I make both ports 8.8" or do I make two at 4.4"?

    Using this site.. Port Length Calculator

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    Re: Quick porting question

    Hold on, something isnt adding up right... 4 cubes and the port only 4" long. I wouldn't use that site, use WinISD so that you can actually see your air velocity and prevent port noise...

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    Re: Quick porting question

    Quote Originally Posted by PapaGeno21 View Post
    Ok so basically here is the question.

    4 cubes ported at 38HZ

    One 4" port wants to come out at 2.94" for 38HZ

    Two 4" ports for 38HZ comes out at 8.8"

    Does that mean I make both ports 8.8" or do I make two at 4.4"?

    Using this site.. Port Length Calculator

    Thanks!
    IF those calculations are correct(use his video), you would not split the length between the 2... If its day 3" with 1, it's not gonna be 4" each for 2.. They're approx twice as long when you double the aeros.



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    Re: Quick porting question

    Quote Originally Posted by ssteele18 View Post
    IF those calculations are correct(use his video), you would not split the length between the 2... If its day 3" with 1, it's not gonna be 4" each for 2.. They're approx twice as long when you double the aeros.
    Thats the rule of thumb I was thinking in my head, I would not trust that calculator.



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    Re: Quick porting question

    Yeah I will be doing 2 ports at 9" long each. 4" diameter. Approx 37 HZ in a 4 cubed box.




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